Two hands reaching for each other, or are they drifting apart?

The pandemic's effect on social lives

Social sciences and public policy
17 Nov, 2021
As COVID-19 restrictions are slowly lifted, people should plan to reconnect as soon as it is safe to do so, researchers say.
Jarrod Haar

Fair and transparent pay at work

Business
17 Nov, 2021
Organisations that build fair and transparent salaries and pay scales, and share that information across the business, are more likely to succeed.
Professor Len Gillman

Names and indigenous knowledge matter

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
16 Nov, 2021
What's in a name? Two Auckland academics have just released a report arguing for a change to naming conventions for native plants.
AUT postgraduate student and firefighter Josh Darby

A firefighter wellbeing project

Health sciences
16 Nov, 2021
Firefighter and AUT student, Josh Darby, is part of a core team leading a $500,000 project to improve the psychological wellbeing of firefighters.
Damon Salesa

AUT appoints Dr Damon Salesa as new VC

15 Nov, 2021
Pacific scholar and senior university sector leader Dr Damon Salesa has been appointed to be the next Vice-Chancellor of AUT.
Dong-Xu Liu

Epigenetic research in breast cancer

15 Nov, 2021
The International Breast Cancer Consortium for Epigenetic Discovery will be announced at the opening of the AUT-hosted Breast Cancer Research Symposium.
2021_Jarrod_Haar

The “great resignation”, NZ-style

Business
11 Nov, 2021
New research from the Business School shows more and more Kiwi workers are thinking about either changing or throwing in the job towel.
Electric bus

Spotlight on sustainability

09 Nov, 2021
AUT’s inaugural Sustainability Report assesses our progress in creating a greener and more sustainable future.
Alex Turcu

Lockdown shows “digital user divide”

Business
05 Nov, 2021
AUT’s NZ Work Research Institute (NZWRI), in collaboration with InternetNZ, has released the latest New Zealand World Internet Project (WIP) report.
Dr Atakohu Middleton

Highly commended for Reo-Māori story

Communication studies
05 Nov, 2021
A te reo Māori short story by AUT lecturer Dr Atakohu Middleton has won an award in a national fiction competition

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