Rita

Study reveals low stroke awareness

Health sciences
03 Sep, 2020
A national survey shows that stroke is not recognised as a major cause of death. It also reveals low-level awareness of stroke among Pacific peoples.
NZ Cyber Security Centre

More cyber attacks likely

Engineering, computer and mathematical sciences
01 Sep, 2020
New Zealand businesses warned to be ready for cyber attacks as attacks on the NZX continue. Professor Dave Parry explains what’s been happening.
Law awards-Sinan Hon

Law School’s “remarkable” prizegiving

Law
27 Aug, 2020
The backdrop of a pandemic infused the annual awards ceremony with a heightened sense of celebration.
Paro Seal

Robot hygiene important too

Health sciences
26 Aug, 2020
AUT nursing lecturer Dr Rhona Winnington, underlines significance of cleaning for robotic support pets used to support people with dementia.
Professor Valery Feigin

Stroke screening has no real effect

Health sciences
25 Aug, 2020
Professor Valery Feigin says a radical change in stroke prevention and treatment is needed in the current global health and economic crisis.
Asso Prof Khylee

Law expert appointed to NZ Parole Board

Law
25 Aug, 2020
AUT Associate Professor of Law Khylee Quince has been appointed to the New Zealand Parole Board (NZPB).
Merja Myllylahti

Technology, journalism and democracy

Communication studies
21 Aug, 2020
Dr Merja Myllylahti, co-director of the research centre for Journalism, Media and Democracy explores how technology is changing journalism.
Language interpreter Dr Mustafa Derbashi sitting at a desk.

Interpreting at a terrorist's hearing

Language and culture
21 Aug, 2020
In the middle of the action at the Christchurch mosques terrorist’s sentencing will be AUT alumnus, and language interpreter, Dr Mustafa Derbashi.
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AUT student tests positive for COVID-19

16 Aug, 2020
Earlier today (Sunday 16 August), one of our AUT students tested positive for COVID-19.
Sommer Kapitan

Research matters: from Tik Tok to vaping

Business
14 Aug, 2020
Marketing expert translates valuable research for mainstream audiences

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