A composite image of the Te Ruānuku book cover and Hēmi Kelly

Te Ruānuku: The Alchemist in te reo

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
10 Dec, 2020
The Alchemist is now available to read in te reo Māori as Te Ruānuku, thanks to AUT te reo Lecturer Hēmi Kelly.
PM Jacinda Ardern and commemoration of mosque attack victims

Mosque attack report a start, not an end

Law
14 Dec, 2020
The royal commission report on the Christchurch atrocity is a beginning, not an end, writes Law Professor Kris Gledhill.
Mohd Akhtaar

The first Islamic mindfulness app

Communication studies
08 Dec, 2020
AUT alumnus Mohd Akhtaar has created Mindful Muslim, the world’s first Islamic mindfulness app.
Dr Merja Myllylahti

Independent NZ media ownership booms

Communication studies
03 Dec, 2020
The 2020 JMAD Media Ownership report highlights key trends, including the impact of COVID-19 on readership, ad revenue and journalism jobs.
Indian High Commissioner and Vice-Chancellor

AUT strengthens ties with India

02 Dec, 2020
AUT has signed an MOU with Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, the first agreement between IIT Madras and any university in New Zealand.
New AUT Professors

New Professors and Associate Professors

30 Nov, 2020
Nine academics have been appointed to the position of Professor, effective from 1 January 2021. 19 academics have been appointed as Associate Professors.
Unite against Racism

Stamping out the racism epidemic

Art and design
26 Nov, 2020
Graduating Industrial Design student Phoebe Lee has imagined a future Aotearoa where the epidemic of racism has been stamped out.
Seasonal workers in the field

Saving our seasonal growers and workers

Business
26 Nov, 2020
It’s time to find a new approach to managed isolation – one that allows migrant workers to help save our seasonal crops industry, writes Swati Nagar.
AUT Chancellor John Maasland

AUT Chancellor John Maasland Retires

25 Nov, 2020
The Chancellor of AUT, John Maasland, will retire at the end of 2020.
AUT student Caitlin Farnham and Matt Walsh, CEO of the Sky Sport Breakers

Breaking into the workforce

Sport and recreation
24 Nov, 2020
After having her internship delayed due to COVID-19, fourth year student Caitlin Farnham is excited to finally be working with the Sky Sport Breakers.

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