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Female students working in a laboratory Information evening

Engineer her future

Learn about senior school subject choices and studying engineering at our information evening for female high school students and their whanau on 26 October.

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Architect's rendering of the new Recreation Centre design Consultation

New Recreation and Wellness Centre concept design

Consultation on the concept design for a new Recreation Wellness Centre for the University of Auckland is now open.

What do you think?
Climathon! Sustainability

Climathon is coming

Climathon will give Aucklanders the chance to explore, innovate and influence our city's future. Our staff share their climate-related opinions in the build-up.

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Pregnant woman News

Infrared cameras study found pregnant women should sleep on their side

Research has found that women who sleep on their backs in late pregnancy may cause problems for the baby.

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Hospital emergency department News

Northland’s unique Pūkawakawa Programme marks ten years

Ten years of a groundbreaking training initiative to encourage more graduating doctors to Northland is about to be celebrated.

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Elam graduate, musician and frontman of Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Ruban Nielson News

Meet the inaugural 40 under 40

Forty exceptional individuals in fields from plastic surgery to psychedelic rock music have been named in our inaugural 40 Under 40 list.

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Dr Max Petrov and the COSMOS research group News

Rutherford recipient will lead research into post-pancreatitis diabetes

Max Petrov, expert in diseases of the pancreas, metabolism, and nutrition, has been awarded Rutherford Discovery Fellowship.

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Carol Mutch (Faculty of Education and Social Work) working with Nepalese school children.
Opinion

Terror on TV: What do I say to my children?

Associate Professor Carol Mutch, Critical Studies, asks how we can help children cope with fears brought about by exposure to the horrors of mass tragedy.

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Lucy McSweeney on the steps of Parliament: engineering student and mental health advocate and winner of the award for the most outstanding contribution (Service and Leadership) Congratulations

2017 Blues Awards

On Friday 29 September, 114 Blues were awarded to students who had achieved in sports, the arts and culture and service and leadership.

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Tokangawhā / Split Apple Rock in Tasman Bay Lecture

King Tāwhiao's Royal Tour of England

Professor Michael Belgrave discusses Tāwhiao's 1884 tour of London from the perspective of the Māori rangatīra participants themselves.

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Taitanyk Toniu, one of the dancer students who will be performing in the series. Performance

Discovering bright stars in the making

Experience courage and creativity with our dance student’s raw and diverse choreography and performance works at the annual Dance Studies Performance Series.

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The Fale Pasifika, fronted by Jim Viviaere's sculpture of 7 stainless steel frigate birds. Symposium

Labour Markets, Labour Mobility and Policy Options in the Pacific: a critical development debate

Engage with researchers who have had long-standing interest in labour mobility in the Pacific. Free!

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Professor Rainer Bromme of Muenster University Lecture

Between certainty and doubt: What citizens (need to) know in order to cope with science based expert knowledge.

Professor Bromme of Muenster University will present empirical evidence on lay peoples' ways of coping with disagreements among experts.

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Professor Graeme Aitken, Dean of the Faculty of Education and Social Work 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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2017 Summer Lab participants hanging out prior to their final presentations.
Summer Lab

Develop your entrepreneurial skills over summer

Summer Lab is a free six week accelerator programme that will give you the skills, tools and networks you need to unleash your ideas on the world.

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Spring Graduation 2017, procession along Victoria Street East Gallery

Graduation photos

Photographs from this year's Spring Graduation.

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Sports Coordinator Tiwai Wilson and Sports Manager Albie Eaton are presented with the Shield by UTSNZ CEO Sarah Anderson. Sports

University of Auckland defends coveted Shield

Once again we claim the ultimate trophy in tertiary sport.

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The executive team of the Auckland University CompSci Society with their Club of the Year award. Clubs Awards

New Club of the Year: Auckland University CompSci Society

Congratulations to the seven winners of our 2017 Clubs Awards!

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