Inside the November 2019 issue of UniNews
Laura Cheftel: Making a World of Difference
Including overseas experiences:
PM's Group Scholarship to Colombia
Student returns from Mumbai
Māramatanga: Molly Mullen on funding arts in the community
Dancing for joy: dance students off to Latin America
In the beginning: Liggins researchers up close to placenta
Cultural honour: Marine Science student crowned Miss Cook Islands NZ
Golden Moments: Golden Grads luncheon
- Tamaki: end of an era
- Say farewell to the Shadz
- Waste not, want not
- Researchers honoured
- Making space for pioneer
- A room in the Hoadley name
Solid walls of sound: Andrew Hall
The cost of e-scooters
Arts and Culture
- Colin McCahon: There Is Only One Direction 1919-1959
- Volcanoes of Auckland: A Field Guide
- Mophead: How Your Difference Make a Difference
- #NoFly: Walking the Talk on Climate Change
- Females in the Frame: Women, Art, and Crime
- The Chinese Dream: Education the Future
- Dance Performance Series 2019 6, 9, 13 and 16 November
- Modos Thesis Show 2019 15-16 November
- Liggins Institute Public Lecture 26 November
October cover story
Neuroscientist Cathy Stinear: professor helping revolutionise stroke rehabilitation.
My Story: Valeria Vergara
Val Vergara is manager of the Staff Common Room at OGH.
Three graduate stories that capture the imagination.
HART and SOUL
Trevor Richards will appear in an event at the University on 30 October. He reflects on the protests of the 1970s that changed a nation.
- Muss-Bits gadget making a difference
- Haere Rā Tāmaki: the innovation campus farewell
- What we’re doing in the Shadows: News about Shadows bar
- Innovative new Blues Awards
- Rocket Man honoured
- Just the Business: Tony Falkenstein
- Motivations of a mophead, Selina Tusitala-Marsh book
- Successful SDG summit
- Increased numbers at Open Day
- FMHS Asian cultural festival
Culture and Events
- Critical Encounters: Tuia 250
Cultural Collections has developed a programme of exhibitions, playlists and talks that offers a range of perspectives and approaches to the 250th anniversary of meetings between Māori and James Cook’s Endeavour crew in 1769-70.
- Daniel Solander Seminar and Paradise Lost: Solander’s Legacy.
- Environmentalist Sir Jonathon Porritt on the Role of Higher Education and Tertiary Institutions at a Time of Climate Emergency’.
- Inaugural lecture by Professor Charl De Villiers – sustainability accounting 17 October
- Inaugural lecture by Professor Leo Paas – big data 29 October
Gaudemus concert: 18 October 1.10pm, St Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Symonds Street.
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