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School of Music students perform in Opera Scenes, 2016
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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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Summer School

You could finish your programme early, improve your grade point average and spread your workload with Summer School.

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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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the Graduation Gala Concerto Competition orchestra, 2016 Music Festival

Ensembles Marathon

Our talented classical performance flute and cello students will perform a collection of uniquely energetic works, which they have prepared throughout the year.

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Sum Yee Ling in Old Government House News

First heritage conservation degree conferred

Sum Yee Ling has seen first-hand how rapid population growth coupled with a shortage of urban land results in the destruction of heritage buildings.

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PhD Exercise Sciences Graduate Charlotte Connell with parents Delwyn and Bryan Connell News

Another marathon completed but this time it’s a PhD

Science graduate Charlotte Connell completes another marathon today but this time all she has to do is don cap and gown and walk on stage.

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2017 PhD Faculty of Science graduates Francesca Casu and husband Davide Zazzaro News

Husband and wife graduate same day with same degree

Francesca Casu and husband Davide Zazzaro like to joke they do everything together. Today they graduate from the Faculty of Science with matching doctorates.

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Miriam Seifert, PhD candidate News

Slow fashion in three fast minutes

Buying too much stuff you don’t really need? Think that $5 t-shirt is saving you money? Miriam Seifert says it’s time for the fashion industry to slow down.

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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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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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Professor Simon Holdaway on site in in the Fayum region of Egypt Whangarei lecture

Origins of Egyptian Civilisation

Simon Holdaway outlines new results that help explain the significance of changes in environment and culture leading to the development of Egyptian Civilisation.

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Jean Rockel ECE Seminar Series

Let’s get ‘political’ with very young learners: Researching care and education

Jean Rockel argues that the teacher-education programmes for student teachers should have a greater emphasis on the specialism of early learning and care.

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School of Business students Student showcase

Information Technology Exhibition

Come along on October 5 and view the projects and information systems that students have been working on throughout 2017.

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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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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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2016 Powerlifting women's winner- Romy Lee Event

Powerlifting

Compete for the title or watch the University's strongest athletes in our annual Powerlifting event.

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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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