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Applications are now open for 2018 accommodation.

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Course Advice Sessions

One-on-one course advice to help you with planning your degree and choosing courses.

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Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Histories Meet Conference

Tāmaki Herenga Waka: Histories Meet

Celebrating Auckland as a meeting place of people, of culture and of ideas from throughout New Zealand and across the world.

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Alane Sue Paterson’s Answering the Hail installation, 2016 Exhibition

Elam artists exhibit their finest

A popular industry event, the annual Elam Artists Graduate Show profiles the work of our exceptional graduating students.

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Party in the Park, O Week

Class of 2017 Yearbook

Check out some of the highlights from 2017 including the events, clubs and programmes on campus, as well as high performing students and award winners.

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Korimako Trio, courtesy of Heather Milne News

Korimako Trio win prestigious chamber music scholarship

A talented trio from the School of Music have won the 2017 Pettman ROSL (Royal Over-Seas League) Arts Chamber Music Scholarship.

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Professor Lesley McCowan News

UK research mirrors New Zealand stillbirth findings

Research that showed that women who go to sleep on their side have a lower risk of a still birth has been repeated in the UK with similar results.

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Dr Cameron Mitchell with one of the study participants and a colleague News

Older men need more protein to maintain muscles

The amount of protein recommended by international guidelines is not sufficient to maintain muscle size and strength in older men, according to a new study.

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Associate Professor Papaarangi Reid News

Academics call for more responsiveness to Māori health needs

Māori health academics are calling for all health researchers in Aotearoa New Zealand to be accountable under the Treaty of Waitangi to Māori health needs.

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LGBT flag Opinion

Religious freedom … or religious intolerance?

Dr Caroline Blyth argues exemption clauses in same-sex marriage bills show the power of religious institutions in ‘secular’ Australia and NZ.

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Professor Graeme Aitken Recording

Professor Graeme Aitken's Retrospective Lecture

Called Ambition and Its Enemies: A Report Card on 40 Years of Leadership in Education, the lecture saw Graeme reflect on his four decades in education.

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Professor Nick Trefethen, photo by Geraint Lewis Lecture

Discrete or continuous?

Is the air in a room a swarm of discrete molecules bouncing around, or a smooth continuum? This talk will be a tour of our mathematical and scientific world.

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Green Chemistry New Zealand 2017 Conference

Green Chemistry New Zealand 2017

Green Chemical Science involves designing sustainable technologies that prevent pollution and reduce the consumption of non-renewable resources.

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Professor Mick Dodson, Australian National University Lecture

Indigenous Peoples advocate to give public lecture

Professor Mick Dodson, Director of the National Centre for Indigenous Studies in Australia, will present a public lecture at the Auckland Law School.

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UniGuides at the 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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Spring Graduation 2017 Gallery

Graduation photos

Photographs from this year's Spring Graduation.

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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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University of Auckland CompSci Society 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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