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Never Have I Ever a winner at ORCAs

Communication studies
29 Aug, 2022
AUT Advertising and Brand Creative students have won this year’s TRB student competition at the ORCAs.
AUT Live

AUT LIVE is this Saturday 27th August

27 Aug, 2022
AUT is throwing open the doors to its campuses this Saturday 27th August for AUT LIVE, its largest recruitment event of the year.

Guiding tourism in the Pacific Islands

Hospitality, tourism and events
25 Aug, 2022
With visitors now returning to the Pacific Islands, AUT is helping destinations make better decisions on building back.
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Apology to Dr Paterson after complaint

25 Aug, 2022
AUT has unreservedly apologised to Dr Marisa Paterson for its handling of her complaint to the HRC about sexual harassment by a former staff member.
Hayley Ngo

Win for construction engineering grad

24 Aug, 2022
Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) graduate Hayley Ngo has been recognised by the National Association of Women in Construction NZ.
AUT Chinese microsite

AUT launches new Chinese microsite

22 Aug, 2022
AUT has launched a new Chinese microsite to encourage prospective Chinese students and their families to study onshore at AUT in Auckland.

Over 10 million sought help for gambling

Health sciences
22 Aug, 2022
A systematic review, published in the scientific journal Addiction, has found that globally one in every 400 adults has sought help for gambling problems.
Tā Toby Curtis smiling and looking at the camera.

Tā Toby Curtis, a great rangatira of AUT

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
18 Aug, 2022
On behalf of the Vice-Chancellor's Office, we lament the loss of one of our greatest rangatira Sir Toby Curtis.
Best Awards 2021

AUT finalists at Best Awards 2022

Art and design
17 Aug, 2022
Forty-two AUT student projects are finalists in the prestigious Best Awards.
Professor Rhema Vaithianathan standing smiling with arms crossed.

Machine learning to help the homeless

Social sciences and public policy
16 Aug, 2022
Plenty of interest is being shown in AUT’s use of machine learning that reduces issues of systemic racism when housing the homeless.

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