New Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research
29 Jul, 2022
AUT Vice-Chancellor Professor Damon Salesa has announced Professor Mark Orams will become the university’s new Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research.
Covid's impact on Pacific workers
25 Jul, 2022
COVID-19 exacerbated existing disparities between NZ European and Pacific workers - particularly for Pacific women under 30 in Auckland.
Assisted dying and nursing care
22 Jul, 2022
AUT-led research highlights the need to support nurses, procedurally and psychologically, as they increasingly encounter assisted dying.
Families affected by gambling
21 Jul, 2022
A Ministry of Health funded report on problem gambling shows that more can be done to develop a whānau inclusive offering.
Festival grows young filmmakers
20 Jul, 2022
The inaugural New Zealand Youth Film Festival will take place in December 2022, with the gala opening night being hosted at AUT’s City Campus.
Was Covid-19 good for climate spending?
Social sciences and public policy
18 Jul, 2022
The global Covid-19 pandemic gave an opportunity to spend on New Zealand’s response to the climate crises, but did it?
ASMR centre of first feature film
18 Jul, 2022
Writer and director Tom Levesque’s first feature film Shut Eye debuts at this year’s New Zealand International Film Festival.
AUT celebrates the Y25 list
14 Jul, 2022
Twenty-five outstanding young women and non-binary people were honoured at the launch event of the YWCA’s 2022 Y25, held at AUT’s City Campus.
Kiribati Language Week 2022
Sport and recreation
11 Jul, 2022
We’re pleased to launch our Kiribati episode of AUT’s 2022 Pacific Language Week Video series – AUT Focus on Sustainability.
Accolades for Shadow A Leader 2022
08 Jul, 2022
Shadow A Leader is one of AUT’s flagship partnership programmes, giving thousands of students an invaluable day shadowing top leaders in Auckland.
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