Professor Lorna Piatti-Farnell

5 questions: Prof Lorna Piatti-Farnell

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
13 Oct, 2020
We asked Professor Lorna Piatti-Farnell five questions about her research ahead of her Inaugural Professorial Address.
Girls playing netball

Sport clubs face COVID financial pain

Sport and recreation
09 Oct, 2020
Sports clubs connected to NZ’s most traditional codes report being “hit hard” by the impact of COVID-19 according to the 2020 National Sport Club Survey.
Dr Bradley Case

Sheep and beef farms near carbon neutral

Science
09 Oct, 2020
AUT research has found New Zealand’s sheep and beef farms are already close to being carbon neutral.
Professor Jarrod Haar

Evidence crucial in uncertain times

Business
08 Oct, 2020
For Professor Jarrod Haar, COVID-19 has provided a chance to learn and share valuable findings about how the pandemic impacts Kiwi workplaces.
Screenshot of AUT's Fiji Language Week video

Pacific language videos: Fiji

Health sciences
05 Oct, 2020
It’s Fiji Language Week in Aotearoa, and to celebrate, AUT has launched the Fiji episode in its Pacific language video series.
Mobile phone filled with a variety of social media apps

How social media shapes NZ's election

Business
05 Oct, 2020
If social media engagement rates determined who’s in charge, NZ’s next government might surprise you, write Sommer Kapitan and Patrick van Esch.
Professor Nicola Kayes

Understanding changes in grey matter

Health sciences
01 Oct, 2020
An AUT health design project aims to alleviate the uncertainty that older people experience as they navigate changes to their memory and thinking.
Headshot of AUT Law expert Christopher Whitehead

Does travel insurance have a future?

Law
01 Oct, 2020
The Law School’s Christopher Whitehead discusses the complex world of travel, insurance, and legalese in pandemic times.
Aspen Awards

AUT wins "Ideas Worth Teaching" prize

Business
01 Oct, 2020
Four scholars who teach an AUT Business School course have been acknowledged for their innovative teaching during global crises.
sugary drink

Carb cut could improve COVID-19 outcomes

Health sciences
30 Sep, 2020
Simple diet changes can reduce Covid-19 potential impact says an AUT author in the British Medical Journal.

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