Ingenio Winter 2020

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.

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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.

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New Zealand’s biggest longitudinal study – Growing Up in New Zealand – gives voice to families who may not always be heard.

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Opinion: Nostalgia gets you nowhere amid the terrifying implosion of the media, writes alumn and former Listener writer Diana Wichtel.

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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.

Taking issue

Alumnus Dr Ashley Bloomfield has become a household name for his work in helping “crush the curve”.

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A neuroscientist explains the ways to keep the most precious organ in your body protected.

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Survival rates of businesses set up by our graduates are double the average and those strengths are needed now more than ever.

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Ane Tonga, the new Pacific Art Curator at the Auckland Art Gallery, wants to encourage more diverse content and audiences to the gallery.

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Musician Jason Bae had a huge 2020 planned, playing piano and conducting around the world. And then ...

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Heather Harris in London

In Around the Globe we meet three alumni doing interesting work overseas: Heather Harris, Howard Hunt and Lim Boon Ping.

Around the Globe

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.

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