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For All Our Futures
Lara Greaves: psychology to politics; Ed Gane and Tim Dare's Hep C battle; Peter Hunter's ambitions for ABI; Karamia Müller, Māramatanga; TFC poetry winners
Dr Lara Greaves has numerous threads to her research, from Māori politics, identity and health, to sexual identity and referenda.
It's World Hepatitis Day this month, so Professor Tim Dare
talks about the gratitude he feels to Professor Ed Gane, and why they’re teaming up.
Dr Karamia Müller from the School of Architecture and Planning has her say about the value placed on lives during Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter.
Peter Hunter has a vision for developing the Auckland Bioengineering Institute even further.
During lockdown, students doing the Tertiary Foundation Certificate entered a poetry competition called Lockdown Breakout. The results were impressive.
Read features from current and previous UniNews, as well as research, news, events and opinion. Pictured is Susan Morton from May 2020.
Back issues in PDF form, from 2007 onwards.
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