Tim Roth

Tim Roth stars in new film by Welby Ings

16 Nov, 2020
Production has begun on a new feature film PUNCH, written and directed by Professor Welby Ings, of AUT’s School of Art and Design.
A screenshot of part of the book's front cover, showing a red Earth from space and a space station floating above it.

Scorchers: A Climate Fiction Anthology

Language and culture
13 Nov, 2020
A new antipodean anthology of climate change short fiction might just contribute to humanity imagining its way out of this existential crisis.
Dr Cassandra Fleming

AUT success with Marsden funding

12 Nov, 2020
Two AUT academics have won 2020 Marsden funding for research projects.
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City Campuses services operating online

12 Nov, 2020
As a precaution the Ministry of Health has advised Auckland CBD workers should work from home on Friday 13 November.
Ted Bryant and Derek McCormack

Honorary fellowship for culinary hero

Hospitality, tourism and events
10 Nov, 2020
Ted Bryant, a long-time hospitality industry stalwart, has been awarded the title of Reeves Honorary Fellow of AUT.
A misty forest.

A roadmap for action on climate finance

Social sciences and public policy
10 Nov, 2020
AUT academics have helped put together a comprehensive new report on how we can reform our financial system to help fight the climate crisis.

Tautoko lends students a helping hand

06 Nov, 2020
AUTSA’s Foodie Godmother service has rebranded as Tautoko - a Māori concept to support, uplift and encourage.
David Towns and Kath McPherson

David Towns awarded professor emeritus

04 Nov, 2020
One of NZ’s most influential conservation scientists, Professor David Towns, has been awarded the title of professor emeritus.
Professor Tarling

A new $10,000 PhD scholarship

Language and culture
03 Nov, 2020
A new scholarship worth $10,000 will support a student starting or undertaking their PhD at AUT in a topic focused on Southeast Asia.
Tracy Berno holding the book Hiakai and smiling.

A special book on modern Māori cuisine

Hospitality, tourism and events
02 Nov, 2020
When Associate Professor Tracy Berno was asked by Chef Monique Fiso to help write Hiakai she was “absolutely blown away” and jumped at the opportunity.


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