Ingenio Spring 2022

The University of Auckland alumni magazine

Tackling youth mental health; neurologist Chris Shaw; Liggins genomic game changer; Justice Dame Susan Glazebrook; war in Ukraine; music, books and more.

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Professor Terryann Clark is one of many University of Auckland experts trying to improve the mental health of New Zealand's rangatahi.

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Researchers from the Liggins Institute are about to harness genome technology in the hope of improving the well-being of critically ill babies.

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Ship rat

Three University of Auckland experts each have a limit of 350 words to discuss the goal to be predator free by 2050.

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Professor Chris Shaw is a neurologist at the forefront of gene therapies for neurodegenerative disorders.

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The war in Ukraine is evolving as a dangerous trigger point for widespread global conflict. Three University experts analyse the issues.

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Opinion: Alumnus Richard Pamatatau reflects on the impact of dogs as pets in people's lives.

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Graci Kim

Diplomat, toy maker, children's author: Graci Kim is full of surprises.

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PhD student Te Kapua O’Connor worked with mentors to transform his research on Māori ancestors into a book for all.

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Opinion: Justice Dame Susan Glazebrook speaks out about the plight of female judges in Afghanistan.

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Forget skipping your flat white. Simran Kaur shares better ideas to grow wealth in her top-rating financial podcast that targets women.

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7 tips to sleep better; Ersha Island; Vision Bus impact; Ken Gorbey; Bernard Sama; Field Club Reunion; Glen Dromgoole and his electric chopper; much more.

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Ingenio information. This photo by Olaf Petersen (Auckland War Memorial Museum) shows Bruce Hayward and Glenys Puch who met at Auckland University Field Club.

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