Ingenio Autumn 2022

The University of Auckland alumni magazine

School education beyond lockdowns; shark man Riley Elliott; volcanologist Shane Cronin; Mel Smith, Māori CEO in the UK; writer Rosetta Allan; books and more.

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Professor Carol Mutch is one of many University of Auckland education experts to reflect on the impact of Covid-19 lockdowns on children's education.

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Melanie Smith breaks the mould. It's rare to find a female CEO in the UK, let alone one who is Māori.

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Riley Elliott is a marine scientist trying to change perceptions about sharks.

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Professor Shane Cronin has spent the past few months in Tonga researching the impact of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Haʻapai eruption.

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Renowned weaver Maureen Lander is one of five distinguished alumni to be celebrated this year.

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Writer Rosetta Allan is a force in the literary world. With husband James, she's a force for philanthropic good as well.

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Opinion: Louise Chunn was the first female editor of Craccum. She reflects on how we can bridge the so-called generation gap.

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Dr Eric Lithander, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Strategic Engagement), says the University is critiquing its contribution to the varied communities it serves.

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Judy Lessing's voice was familiar on RNZ for 25 years. But she tells Donna Chisholm she's most proud of her post-journalism work.

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A remarkable couple with ‘uncommon courage’ have left a legacy to help improve the lives of people like them, with movement disorders.

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Nurses on Covid-19 nursing; Linda Tyler explores an artwork in the Uni collection; Taking Issue: the housing crisis; 7 tips to reduce food going to landfill.

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