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For All Our Futures
The University of Auckland alumni magazine
Scientists tackling climate change; our Covid-19 efforts; a gift to history; 40 Under 40; 7 tips to learn te reo; Dr Hinemoa Elder, author; favourite artwork.
The Climate Science Initiative involves many disciplines and fields of research working to understand and mitigate the effects of climate change.
Anthony Hoete has returned to his alma mater as a Professor of Architecture (Māori) after three decades overseas.
Shaun Hendy and Siouxsie Wiles have become household names since the Covid-19 pandemic hit. But they haven't been working alone.
Three University of Auckland experts taking on the challenge of discussing the gang question, in around 360 words.
Psychiatrist Dr Hinemoa Elder talks about how the Māori wisdom in her new book 'Aroha' can help us live contented lives.
Keeping it simple and taking a chance are keys to learning te reo Māori.
History lecturer says it's odd we haven't asked more historians about the impact of pandemics.
Opinion: Being forced into online learning due to Covid-19 lockdowns may lead to universities adapting and innovating their teaching methods forever.
The University of Auckland's art collection is vast but art historian Linda Tyler has a favourite.
Three alumni doing interesting work overseas – Craig White, Cat Auburn and Carl Adams – reflect on their study and subsequent careers.
Five of our 40 Under 40 stars; Caroline Barron and other alumni books; editorial; Golden Graduate Alan Maxwell; news and research; and how to connect.
Details of the Ingenio team and information about the recyclable materials that the printed magazine is made from.
Read previous issues of Ingenio.
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