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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.
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.
Melanie Smith breaks the mould. It's rare to find a female CEO in the UK, let alone one who is Māori.
Riley Elliott is a marine scientist trying to change perceptions about sharks.
Professor Shane Cronin has spent the past few months in Tonga researching the impact of the Hunga
Tonga-Hunga Haʻapai eruption.
Renowned weaver Maureen Lander is one of five distinguished alumni to be celebrated this year.
Writer Rosetta Allan is a force in the literary world. With husband James, she's a force for philanthropic good as well.
Opinion: Louise Chunn was editor of Craccum in 1978. She reflects on how we can bridge the so-called generation gap.
Dr Eric Lithander, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Strategic Engagement), says the University is critiquing its contribution to the varied communities it serves.
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.
A remarkable couple with ‘uncommon courage’ have left a legacy to help improve the lives of people like them, with movement disorders.
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.
Details of the Ingenio team and magazine information. This photo, by Peter Rees, shows the March 2022 harvest at Goldie Estate.
Read previous issues of Ingenio.
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