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Applications for accommodation commencing in Semester Two 2018 are now open.

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ClockTower Notice

Human Sciences Building lectures and tutorials update

Some lectures and tutorials scheduled to take place in the Human Sciences Building have been moved.

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Exercise Sciences Notice

Exercise Sciences have moved

Exercise Sciences undergraduate labs and postgraduate lectures will be delivered from their new purpose-built facilities in Newmarket from Monday 16 April.

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AskAuckland Central

Visit us in Alfred Nathan House for information and advice on your degree, your enrolment, fee payments, Campus Card and visa renewals.

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Rinki Murphy News

Income inequality impacts obesity in children

A study of over 200,000 children shows that obesity can be affected by income levels with girls having higher rates of obesity in wealthier countries.

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Michaela Sokolich-Beatson News

Students among medal hopefuls

University of Auckland students have gold medal hopes as the 2018 Commonwealth Games begin on Australia's Gold Coast.

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Biomechanics Day News

National Biomechanics Day

School students will see and experience biomechanics projects at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI) as part of National Biomechanics Day.

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Vice-Chancellor Stuart McCutcheon. News

Auckland leads on international education conference 2021

More than 2,000 international educators from around the world will be listening and learning in Auckland in 2021 at the APAIE conference.

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Gibbons Lecture Series: Robots everywhere

In this year’s Gibbons Lectures Bruce MacDonald, Mike Shatford, Patrice Delmas and Elizabeth Broadbent share different issues about robotics.

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Dr Tony Fernando Research

The science of sleep

Dr Tony Fernando discusses ‘late sleepers’, a biologically and genetically determined condition, on TVNZ's Breakfast.

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UTS Blackfriars Research Hub, Sydney, Courtesy: TGZ Event

FFWD18: Architects discuss design for urban spaces

Popular lecture and discussion series Fast Forward returns from March to May with a focus on high-quality design for Auckland’s expanding urban areas.

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Chris Wild MOOC

An introduction to data analysis

Data to Insight provides an introduction to statistical data analysis for those new to the subject, as well as those wanting a reminder and a fresh perspective.

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FMHS 50th Anniversary Open Day Video

FMHS 50th Anniversary Open Day

The Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences’ opened their doors to the public earlier this month to celebrate their 50th Anniversary.

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Te Taitokerau kaumātua Opinion

Adding life to years in the North

Dr Marama Muru-Lanning and Dr Mere Kepa give perspectives of working with kaumātua on meeting future ageing Māori health needs.

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Arash Tayebi Launch

VentureLab: championing student innovation and entrepreneurship

Delivered by the University's Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, VentureLab is designed for students and staff to fully ignite their next big idea.

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What's on! Events

What's On

Stay in the loop with events and activities around campus.

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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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Waka ama Event

Waka Ama 2018: Come and support your faculty!

The Great Waka Ama race starts and finishes on Takapuna Beach, Saturday 21 April. Teams paddle 5km to Rangitoto Island, run 8km to the summit before returning.

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