Zoom kōrero connects our global alumni

Business
11 Oct, 2022
Connecting our globally based alumni with students has never been made this easy.
A group of women collaborating

Best Director nomination for AUT alumna

Communication studies
06 Oct, 2022
Master of Communication Studies alumna Lina Tianyue Hu has been nominated in the best director category of the ‘Show Me Shorts’ short film competition.
A man and a woman standing together

Programme inspires students to study law

Law
04 Oct, 2022
AUT hosted students from lower decile schools as part of Te Kuhunga, a programme built to inspire and support students to study law at university.
Two women recording with headphones and mixer

Share the Elevator

Communication studies
04 Oct, 2022
A new podcast shines a bright light on the inequities and challenges experienced by young women of colour starting their careers in Aotearoa.
A screenshot from AUT's Fiji Language Week video showing a cartoon hotelier with some tourists.

Fijian Language Week 2022

Hospitality, tourism and events
03 Oct, 2022
We’re pleased to launch Episode 7 of AUT’s 2022 Pacific Language Week Video series – AUT Focus on Sustainability.

Depression in Pacific adolescents

Health sciences
30 Sep, 2022
A new study uses network analysis to demonstrate how connectedness with family, friends, and school can prevent depression in Pacific adolescents.
Four children playing with plastic animal toys at a low round table.

Taking care seriously in education

Education
29 Sep, 2022
The government is in year three of a 10-year plan to build a ‘planned and coherent’ education ecosystem – but it has failed to make any tangible progress.
Two top law students with Dean of AUT Law School

Law School scholars, supporters honoured

Law
29 Sep, 2022
An evening of excitement and excellence – those words aptly describe the recent 2022 AUT Law Awards, an annual event that recognises our top law scholars.
David Hall standing hands in pockets amongst the trees in Albert Park.

Can cities plant away climate emissions?

Social sciences and public policy
28 Sep, 2022
In the real world, David Hall argues, this is not feasible, fair or future-proofed for cities to just plant their way out of climate change.
A screenshot from the video showing a cartoon scene of people in Tuvalu cleaning their beach.

Tuvalu Language Week 2022

Architecture and built environment
27 Sep, 2022
Episode six of AUT’s 2022 Pacific Language Week Video series – AUT Focus on Sustainability – went live this week.

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