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Take time to korero

27 September 2021

The University of Auckland stands with the kaupapa of Mental Health Awareness Week (27 Sept - 3 Oct).

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  • Brian Rodgers

    27 September 2021

    Experienced counsellor Dr Brian Rodgers on paying attention to the signals anxiety sends.

  • Take time to korero

    27 September 2021

    The University of Auckland stands with the kaupapa of Mental Health Awareness Week (27 Sept - 3 Oct).

  • Jim Metson

    23 September 2021

    Opinion: New Zealand’s Covid response has been praised for being led by research, expertise and evidence. Let’s use the same approach for all the big challenges we face, writes Jim Metson.

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The Challenge

  • Jim Metson

    23 September 2021

    Opinion: New Zealand’s Covid response has been praised for being led by research, expertise and evidence. Let’s use the same approach for all the big challenges we face, writes Jim Metson.

  • Professor Guglielmo Aglietti at the University of Auckland's Mission Control Centre.

    19 July 2021

    Space might be the final frontier, but, like all frontiers it’s strewn with junk. Luckily, Professor Guglielmo Aglietti, director of the Auckland Space Institute has a plan

  • Professor Stuart McNaughton researches curriculum and pedagogy.

    30 June 2021

    From the rise of social media to dramatic change in the education system, many reasons are offered to explain New Zealand’s decline in international iteracy assessments. Stuart McNaughton says a single cause is very unlikely.

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