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Mātātaki | The Challenge
The University of Auckland alumni magazine
Infrastructure and innovation for electric vehicles; 20 years of the ABI; 40 Under 40; Critic and conscience; Cecilia Tarrant; 7 tips to get published
Professor Grant Covic is an expert in Inductive Power Transfer (IPT) technology. He's among experts working to make a transition to EVs easier and equitable.
Director Peter Hunter and deputy Merryn Tawhai share some of the successes of the faculty.
It's been deemed to be a right and privilege for academics. Barbara Grant explains the history.
Three University of Auckland academics give their opinion on the question, in 350 words.
We catch up with these rising stars from the past five years to find out their insights, plus meet 2021's group including Marcia Hopa.
If your great unpublished novel is taking up space on your hard drive, author Ruby Porter has some ideas on what to do next.
Opinion: Deborah Hill Cone is well known as a journalist. She then took a spiritual journey into the valley of academia ... and survived.
Cecilia Tarrant, the University’s new Chancellor, is already well-known for helping female students reach their goals.
When Garth Barfoot read a story by journalist Donna Chisholm in the last Ingenio, it sparked a chain of good events.
It took a nudge from staff in the University of Auckland School of Music to get Kate Bell where she is today – teaching singing to the masses.
A medical museum's fascinating exhibits; Terry O'Neill's career; alumni Around the Globe; books and films; and how to connect with us.
Details of the Ingenio team and information about the recyclable materials the printed magazine is made from. (ClockTower photo: Media Productions)
Read previous issues of Ingenio.
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