Business and economy
20 libraries to open in Tongan villages
21 August 2019
Twenty new libraries brimming with books donated by the University of Auckland community will soon open in Tonga.
Business School entrepreneur honoured in Asia
15 August 2019
University of Auckland alumnus and Entrepreneur-in-Residence, Mitchell Pham, has been honoured in Ho Chi Minh City for his contribution to entrepreneurial leadership and international impact in the city's booming hi-tech industry.
Corporations and people
13 August 2019
Opinion: Professor Susan Watson argues that corporate citizens must recognise and value workers.
Pioneering scientist wins Kiwinet awards
8 August 2019
Distinguished Professor Dame Margaret Brimble of the University of Auckland wins two Kiwinet awards.
UniServices' Will Charles wins Kiwinet award
8 August 2019
Will Charles has had a significant impact on tech transfer in New Zealand over the past 13 years while leading the commercialisation activities at Auckland UniServices Limited.
Why business matters
7 August 2019
Opinion: Professor Jayne Godfrey and Molly Freeman explain why the importance and relevance of business education and research has never been greater.
The democratic cost of inequality
29 July 2019
How concerned should we be with inequality in society? A great deal according to economist Robert H. Wade.
Student innovators highlight this generation’s social anxieties
26 July 2019
Students at the Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship are forgoing get rich schemes in favour of ideas that address social and environmental issues.
Artificial intelligence: should we fear it or love it?
24 July 2019
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is currently generating high expectations and intense debate over issues such as the future of work, inherent bias and military application.
NZ business missing out on foreign graduate talent
18 July 2019
Opinion: The challenge for NZ employers to hire the people they need is well recognised, but there is talent trained right here many overlook, writes Brett Berquist.
Auckland student takes lawn bowls to millions
15 July 2019
No one would have anticipated a lawn bowls tournament to be the next success story to emerge from the University of Auckland’s entrepreneurship hub. Except, that is, for PhD student Rebecca Jelley.
Curating change with a Kupe Leadership Scholarship
8 July 2019
Ane Tonga has returned to University to undertake a Master of Arts majoring in Art History. Her thesis will examine Pacific curatorial practice in New Zealand between 1989 and 2019, a research area that has received very little critical attention.