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School of Music students perform in Opera Scenes, 2016

School of Music Festival

The School of Music is throwing open its doors in celebration of all things musical with a two-week festival of events to coincide with the start of spring.

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Ballot box Election

See what our academics have to say on politicians, policies and issues

Read their pre-election commentary in the final run up to polling day on September 23.​

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Jasmine Plows in one of the Liggins Institute Labs Research

Does obesity start in the womb?

PhD student Jasmine Plows talks to Kathryn Ryan on Nine to Noon about her research into gestational diabetes, and developing potential treatments to prevent it.

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Opera Scenes 2016 Performance

Opera for all

See the future of New Zealand opera unfold before your eyes with a vocal feast of operatic miniatures performed by School of Music students.

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2016 Spring Graduation Procession, Engineering News

More than 3,200 students cap off studies in Spring graduation

Record numbers of students will receive qualifications in this year’s University of Auckland Spring graduation.

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Associate Professor Maurice Curtis of the Centre for Brain Research News

Researchers find the key to loss of smell with Parkinson’s disease

Researchers have found an anatomical link for the loss of the sense of smell in Parkinson’s disease.

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MAZEC, the winning team for the Ports of Auckland challenge News

$24,000 in prizes for innovative solutions

Bringing the Ports of Auckland closer to the people of Auckland is one of the winning ideas that Auckland students have generated in an innovation challenge.

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John Boys and Grant Covic News

Major new investment in wireless electric-charging roads

A pioneering project to build wireless charging technology that charges electric vehicles as they are being driven or are parked receives almost $12 million.

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Professor Dame Anne Salmond Opinion

Dame Anne Salmond: It’s the end of an era

Despite all the hype, this election is not really a contest between left and right. Instead, the tectonic plates between the generations are shifting.

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Roger Manins, saxophonist in the 2016 concert Performance

Jazz quartet to give concert

Popular award-winning staff jazz ensemble DOG present an evening of standards and original works sure to leave jazz junkies panting for more!

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A young Allen Curnow Symposium

The life and works of Allen Curnow

The life and work of one of New Zealand's greatest poets will be celebrated at a special symposium on Saturday 30 September.

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View across Devonport and the Auckland Harbour, to Auckland Central, from North Head Competition

Climathon invites Aucklanders to help shape city’s future

Calling everyone who wants to help make Auckland New Zealand’s most vibrant, sustainable city.

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DRAMA 404 students rehearsing, watched over by Andrew Foster Performance

Bacchae: Fuse

A new adaptation of The Bacchae directed by Andrew Foster and performed by the DRAMA 204 class which reimagines the Bacchantes for the 21st century.

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Dean of the Faculty of Education and Social Work, Graeme Aitken Dean's lecture

Ambition and Its Enemies: A Report Card on 40 Years of Leadership in Education

In his final lecture as Dean, Graeme Aitken will reflect on his experience of more than 40 years in the education sector.

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Picture what you might want to photograph Sustainability

Photography Competition

Enter the 'Showcasing Sustainability' Photography Competition and win a share of $3,000 to spend on camera gear! Entries due 25 September 2017.

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The Inside Word blog Blog

The Inside Word

Written by first-year students, The Inside Word blog captures what it’s like to study here at the University. Subscribe so you never miss a post!

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Uniguides at the 2017 Science Powhiri Leadership

Become a UniGuide!

We’re recruiting UniGuides for Semester One next year. If you want to make a difference and help new students transition to University life, apply now.

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