University of Auckland leads international study researching early childhood brain development
29 July 2021
Professor Sir Peter Gluckman-led consortium awarded a multi-million dollar contract as part of programme to predict critical aspects of children’s brain development.
Feast of funding for health research from gout to measles to critical care
28 July 2021
The University of Auckland's medical faculty won a big share of the latest research grants from the government.
University of Auckland pledges more openness on animal research
27 July 2021
The University of Auckland has signed up to a New Zealand agreement pledging openness on the use of animals in research and teaching.
26 July 2021
Response to a letter in the Listener on the subject of whether mātauranga Māori can be called science.
University of Auckland embraces gift of new Māori name – Waipapa Taumata Rau
22 July 2021
The University of Auckland is adopting a new name – Waipapa Taumata Rau – gifted by the people of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei.
Inaugural University Provost takes up the job
20 July 2021
Professor Valerie Linton takes up the new role of Provost at the University of Auckland and brings a wealth of experience to support the Vice-Chancellor and University.
New opportunities arise with decentralisation of Equity function
16 July 2021
The University of Auckland is increasing the support it offers to students and staff in line with the importance it places on equity.
University of Auckland athletes head off to the pinnacle of sport
12 July 2021
The University of Auckland is proud to have a number of students and alumni in the 2021 New Zealand Olympic Team.
Dr Ngāpare Hopa awarded Elsdon Best Memorial medal
9 July 2021
An eminent Māori scholar has been recognised for her outstanding career.
Academic freedom and the demands of Indigenisation
7 July 2021
Opinion: Should the university be indigenised to meet with Māori agendas? Robert Nola, Elizabeth Rata and Michael Corballis discuss.
Champion of women in business funds University Chair for Women in Entrepreneurship
24 June 2021
Leading New Zealand businessperson, Theresa Gattung, funds new University of Auckland Chair of Women in Entrepreneurship.
Refugee students need more dedicated support to achieve potential
23 June 2021
Aotearoa New Zealand is performing reasonably well in its support of refugee education, but it needs more long term Government support and to be less dependent on the good will of volunteers and short term funding.