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For All Our Futures
The University of Auckland alumni magazine
Economics, arts and media during Covid-19; Susan Morton's research; stats shine for entrepreneurs; Diana Wichtel column; Jason Bae; Cathy Stinear's brain tips.
In this three-art Ingenio cover story, we look at how the New Zealand economy, creative arts and media can survive the Covid-19 pandemic.
New Zealand’s biggest longitudinal study – Growing Up in New Zealand – gives voice to families who may not always be heard.
Opinion: Nostalgia gets you nowhere amid the terrifying implosion of the media, writes alumn and former Listener writer Diana Wichtel.
Professors Tim Dare, Paul Rishworth and Dr Jiamou Liu have their say on whether the Covid-19 lockdowns could be a portent for future freedom restrictions.
Alumnus Dr Ashley Bloomfield has become a household name for his work in helping “crush the curve”.
A neuroscientist explains the ways to keep the most precious organ in your body protected.
Survival rates of businesses set up by our graduates are double the average and those strengths are needed now more than ever.
Ane Tonga, the new Pacific Art Curator at the Auckland Art Gallery, wants to encourage more diverse content and audiences to the gallery.
Musician Jason Bae had a huge 2020 planned, playing piano and conducting around the world. And then ...
In Around the Globe we meet three alumni doing interesting work overseas: Heather Harris, Howard Hunt and Lim Boon Ping.
A Golden Graduate's view of the pandemic; alumnus Kris Vette says we need to focus on science for Covid-19; Kupe leadership scholars take 2020 in their stride.
Details of the Ingenio team and information about the recyclable materials that the printed magazine is made from.
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