Inside this issue of UniNews: Professor Andreas Neef and the dark side of tourism; Professor Nicola Dalbeth and the facts about gout; Alys Longley stretches creativity across the globe; Robert Bartholomew on Māori segregration; Kaita Sem leads the way. Plus all that's 'Good to Know' and staff 'In the News'.
Covid-19 has had a major impact on tourism. Professor Andreas Neef says it's a good time to have a rethink about the type of tourism the world needs.
Features and Regulars
Nicola Dalbeth is an internationally respected gout specialist and researcher. She says it’s a disease with much misinformation about its causes
Associate Professor Alys Longley didn’t let a little pandemic get in the way of collaborative global arts projects,
Opinion: Robert Bartholomew says it’s time to educate about a dark chapter of Māori racial segregation. Because while history may not repeat, it speaks to the present.
A leadership programme for Māori and Pacific students at the University of Auckland helps ensure every chance of success.
Grad expectations - four graduates from June 2021 pg 3
Good to Know
Arts kaiārahi pg 4
New migration theories pg 4
Theresa Gattung boosts equity in business pg 4
Orbis Diagnostics pg 4
International student Nicole Hayton Pg 5
In the News (see page 2 of PDF)
Associate Professor Melani Anae
Dr Suresh Muthukumaraswam
Dr Helen Murray
Professor Shaun Hendy
Professor Des Gorman
New books Pg 11
Adventures of a Psychologist: Reflections on What Made Up the Mind by Emeritus Professor of Psychology Michael Corballis
The Future is Feminine: Capitalism and the Masculine Disorder by Dr Ciara Cremin (Sociology)
Art and Culture
From Our Beautiful Square, at the Fisher Art Gallery
University at La Biennale di Venezia, or Architecture Biennale,