A screenshot from the video showing a cartoon scene of people in Tuvalu cleaning their beach.

Tuvalu Language Week 2022

Architecture and built environment
27 Sep, 2022
Episode six of AUT’s 2022 Pacific Language Week Video series – AUT Focus on Sustainability – went live this week.

Artwork responds to climate crisis

23 Sep, 2022
Combining matauranga Māori and western science, an online artwork tracks the decline of Haupapa Tasman Glacier.
Associate Professor of Screen Production and Cultural Studies Arezou Zalipour with a camera

Documenting Shama

Communication studies
19 Sep, 2022
Documentary research project showcases ethnic trusts work with migrant women in the Waikato region.

$8m boost for AUT engineering research

Architecture and built environment
15 Sep, 2022
A funding injection of more than $8 million will boost Auckland University of Technology research into eliminating earthquake damage in buildings.

Treating the stigma of chronic pain

Health sciences
15 Sep, 2022
AUT researchers found that people will conceal their chronic pain to avoid ‘being seen as drug-seeking, lazy, or mentally unstable’.

Queen Elizabeth II

09 Sep, 2022
AUT acknowledges the passing of our Head of State.
Welby Ings

Punch in cinemas today

Art and design
08 Sep, 2022
Today is the official release of Punch, the debut feature film written and directed by AUT professor of Art & Design, Welby Ings.

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2022

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
07 Sep, 2022
Me takitahi te ū ki te kaupapa, whakanuia te reo Māori ki AUT! Join us as we celebrate te reo Māori at AUT!
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AUT announces recovery programme

05 Sep, 2022
Auckland University of Technology has announced to staff that a post-COVID financial recovery programme could result in up to 230 job losses.


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