Dr Nimbus Staniland, Dr Lydia Cheung and Dr Jessica Vredenburg

Business School wins translation awards

13 May, 2021
AUT Business School has won the NZ Business Research Translation Competition, highlighting the impact of sharing research with non-academic audiences.
Marilyn Waring standing in a library.

Dame Marilyn Waring on new WHO Council

Social sciences and public policy
12 May, 2021
The World Health Organisation has asked Dame Marilyn Waring to help come up with new strategies to build healthy societies.
A screenshot from the videos showing a plastic brain.

Busting the myths around stroke

Health sciences
11 May, 2021
A Pacific language video series by AUT is highlighting key facts around stroke, in an attempt to bust the myths around this neurological disease.
Lightbulb in soil

Five questions with Professor Ricky Chan

10 May, 2021
We asked Professor Ricky Chan five questions about his research following his appointment to Professor.
Screenshot of the video saying "Stroke: Busting the myths, Episode 1"

Pacific language videos: Rotuman

Health sciences
10 May, 2021
AUT has launched the first of nine episodes in this year’s Pacific Language Week series.
Professor Tim Maloney smiling and looking at the camera

Timely unemployment data now available

Social sciences and public policy
07 May, 2021
New Zealand decision makers now have access to more frequent unemployment statistics thanks to a new tool.

First Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic

07 May, 2021
AUT’s first Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic will be Professor Wendy Lawson.
GCOP founder and Chief Possibility Officer Minnie Baragwanath

New Access Entrepreneurship Programme

06 May, 2021
13 entrepreneurs will be leading 11 projects to advance accessibility in a new programme launched by the Global Centre of Possibility @ AUT.
A body that lives

A Body That Lives Walter Prize showcase

Art and design
06 May, 2021
Associate Professor Fiona Amundsen will be exhibiting her work as one of the finalists in the Walters Prize at Auckland Art Gallery.
Dr Mangor Pedersen

AI Lead on Australian Epilepsy Project

Health sciences
04 May, 2021
AUT cognitive neuroscientist, Dr Mangor Pedersen, is the AI Lead on the ground-breaking Australian Epilepsy Project (AEP).


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