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The latest news and views from the University of Auckland.

Coronavirus

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Arts and culture

  • 6 October 2022

    POP is one of six pop up gallery spaces to feature in Arcadia as part of Art in the City, showcasing the work of Professors Nuala Gregory and Diane Brand from the Faculty of Arts and Industries, 7-16 October.

  • 6 October 2022

    The politics behind collecting and exhibiting contemporary art are being explored in a new exhibition, opening at Old Government House on 12 October.

  • 5 October 2022

    Opinion: Auckland is not Copenhagen, but it could be a lot more like Copenhagen should our new mayor choose to make it so, says Dr Timothy Welch

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Environment and sustainability

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Science and technology

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The Challenge

  • Sereana Naepi

    28 September 2022

    At present progress, a century would pass before academics reflected the diversity of our people. Sereana Naepi puts the spotlight on universities and who they serve.

  • Julia Slark

    6 September 2022

    Some estimates find Aotearoa New Zealand needs 4000 nurses to fill the healthcare gaps. Fresh thinking is needed to tackle the nursing and health workforce shortfall.

  • Matheson Russell

    9 June 2022

    The world faces ‘democratic recession’. Today more people live in autocratic regimes than in liberal democracies. Matheson Russell says democracy needs re-shaping to meet the challenges of climate change and rising inequity.

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