September 2019

Inside the September 2019 issue of UniNews

Cover story

My Story: Geremy Hema
Geremy Hema is a kaiārahi at the University who loves his role and the people he meets.


Suvi Nenonen: market shapers and changes to MBA
Professor Suvi Nenonen explains improvements to the MBA programme and what she’s learned from her research into ‘market shaping’.

Emma Newborn: the custodian, comedian, Coral and the cat

Emma Newborn is the custodian at Old Government House and also a comedian with a solo show starting on 3 September. But she’s more used to sharing the limelight with a cat.

Regular sections


The price of affordability
Dr Michael Rehm, senior lecturer in property at the Business School, says the path to affordable housing will be unpopular and painful for some.

Rangahau (research)

Dr David Moreau on exercise bursts; Professor Nathan Consedine on getting over our perceptions of disgusting products; Dr Fabio Morreale on technological innovations in music; Anna Vasilyeva on the Instagram beauty myth. 

Ngā mea hou (What's New)

Books set sail for Tonga; Changes at the Cancer Society Research Centre; the annual learning and teaching survey; parents seminar

Ngā kohinga kōrero o te wā (Snapshots)

Black Light Night at the Rec Centre; Chamber Choir performs the little match girl passion; new app combines history and te reo; Vice-Chancellor's lecture series. 

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