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Mātātaki | The Challenge
Provost Valerie Linton; Ginny Braun; Diane Brand; opinion by Anne Bardsley; Andrew Hall; Alofa So’olefai; Best of 2021; Scroll down to see more.
UniNews meets the University’s inaugural Provost, Professor
Valerie Linton, to find out what the role entails – and who she is.
Professor Ginny Braun’s lifetime of psychology research has been honoured with the Marsden Medal.
Diane Brand says the move from professional architect to
academia was liberating. Now the Dean of Creative Arts and Industries is off in another direction.
Alofa So’olefai is the AUSA president for 2022. First up,
boosting minority voices.
Opinion: We now face the reality that Covid will likely be with us for the foreseeable future: indeed, it will almost inevitably become endemic.
Dr Andrew Hall is an EV enthusiast. His car is typically quiet but he's been helping make an EV rally car roar.
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