Inside this issue of UniNews: Pro Vice-Chancellor Pacific Jemaima Tiatia; ABI's Geoffrey Handsfield; athlete Imogen Ayris; Kitiona Pasene helping students; University waiata.
The University’s new Pro Vice-Chancellor Pacific, Jemaima Tiatia, says she will be an effective leader by bringing her whole authentic self to the table.
Kitiona Pasene is part of a new approach to engaging with young people to boost their knowledge of university’s benefits.
Veeran Morar is delighted to have a job on Vision Bus Aotearoa, taking eye healthcare to those who may not have had it otherwise.
Pole vaulter Imogen Ayris, a science student at the University of Auckland, is off to the Commonwealth Games and hopes her good form brings reward.
Dr Geoffrey Handsfield is hard at work on research into cerebral palsy that could change lives. But he also makes sure his own parasympathetic nervous system gets plenty of rest – through immersion in nature.
The University waiata Ruia is now a decade old, and Kaiarataki Michael Steedman would like a big group to sing it.
No justification for war in Ukraine
Natalia Booth is Russian and works in the School of Population Health. She likens the war in Ukraine to gender-based domestic violence and says we can not accept it.
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In the News (pg 2 of PDF)
Professor Jennifer Curtin
Professor Grant Covic
Associate Professor Gehan Gunasekara
Professor Richard Easther
Associate Professor Margaret Stanley
Professor Anthony Hoete
'Good to Know' stories
Sir Collin Tukuitonga pg 4
Vision Bus pg 4
Athlete Imogen Ayris pg 5
High-tech tools to beat asthma pg 9
Arts and Culture
Kupe scholars and Pacific Art
Gina Cole pg 11
Books pg 11
Thief, Convict, Pirate, Wife: The Many Histories of Charlotte Badger
Jennifer Ashton, Auckland University Press, $35
Te Koroua me te Moana
Ernest Hemingway, translated by Greg Koia, Auckland University Press, $30
No Other Place to Stand: An Anthology of Climate Change Poetry from Aotearoa New Zealand
Edited by Jordan Hamel, Rebecca Hawkes, Erik Kennedy, Essa Ranapiri, Auckland University Press, $30
Puripāha: Te Pane Kaewa
Witi Ihimaera, translated into te reo Māori by Ruth Smith, Auckland University Press, $40