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Talking coronavirus

The Vice-Chancellor Professor Stuart McCutcheon in discussion with infectious diseases expert, Dr Stephen Ritchie, about coronavirus.

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HIV News

Low HIV infections in drug-users point to needle exchange success

New Zealand has avoided the high HIV rates seen among high-risk groups in other countries, a new study shows.

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Kate MacKrill News

Stanford and MIT beckon for young health researchers

An emerging expert on the nocebo effect and a promising young heart researcher have won prestigious scholarships funded by entrepreneur Andrew Bagnall.

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Emily Lam Po Tang News

Double scholarships will take Kiwi researcher to MIT

ABI researcher Emily Lam Po Tang has been awarded two scholarships she will use to fund a short-term placement at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Aimee Macaskill News

Teaching the University’s ‘youngest students’ wins national award

Aimee Macaskill isn’t based in a classroom but as the winner of a national teaching award she's making a big impact on children’s learning.

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Laboratory and technician Opinion

It’s not the apocalypse, but yes, you should care

When will there be a vaccine? What can we do and how do we stay up to date? Helen Petousis-Harris gives an update on the COVID-19 global health emergency.

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Be well

Discover a range of articles, videos and tools designed to help you care for your wellbeing while you study.

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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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Ross Ihaka Lecture

Role of statistics and computing in public and social policy

This year’s Ihaka Lecture Series brings together three experts to discuss the challenges and rewards of applying data science to societal issues.

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Postgraduate events Event

Postgraduate students

Find out about events for postgraduates and how to stay up-to-date with what's on.

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The Great Waka Ama Race Event

The Great Waka Ama Race

Paddle to win an all-expenses-paid trip to compete in Hawaii at the Queen Lili'uokalani Memorial race. Registrations are now open.

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Graduation Event


Photos from the 2019 Graduation ceremonies.

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The Inside Word

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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Stay in the loop with events and activities around campus.

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Blues Awards 2019 Blues Awards

Outstanding achievers outside the classroom

A climate change activist, a sonic arts music producer, and a Taekwondo champion are among the winners of the University of Auckland Blues Awards for 2019.

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