Te Matatini: Teenage CEO talks sustainability and hauora research for poi
3 February 2023
Georgia Latu (Kai Tahu, Ngāpuhi) will be promoting her award-winning business at Te Matatini.
Ngāti Whakaue descendant to blaze Te Matatini stage
1 February 2023
Anipātene Biddle is a Faculty of Arts student who will take centre stage among some of the elite groups of Aotearoa at Te Matatini Kapa Haka Festival 2023.
Te Matatini: Kia Ūkaipō Anō Te Reo – director talks revitalisation through kapa haka
27 January 2023
Hēmi Dale is the director of Māori Medium Education and Huarahi Māori in the Faculty of Education and Social Work. He is leading the revision of the NCEA standards for Tikanga ā Iwi.
Student human rights projects receive Amnesty awards
16 January 2023
Projects to support the Banaban people and LGBTQIA+ communities in rural areas have received human rights awards.
Upgrade to University of Auckland ClockTower entrance
13 January 2023
Improvements to the main entrance of the University of Auckland's ClockTower mean access will be temporarily diverted.
Obituary, Emeritus Professor Stuart McCutcheon
12 January 2023
The University of Auckland is saddened at the loss of former Vice-Chancellor Emeritus Professor Stuart McCutcheon.
University staff and alumni recognised in 2023 New Year Honours
5 January 2023
From the best-known public health official in the land, to the out-of-sight heroes of communities, the 2023 New Year Honours acknowledged University of Auckland staff and alumni.
Te Papa Ako o Tai Tonga whānau day
5 January 2023
Te Papa Ako o Tai Tonga campus celebrated the first public whānau day in December. It was a well attended event with community connection growing.
Vital research supported with $5.3m health funding
21 December 2022
Researchers from Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland have received funding support for research into a wide range of health concerns.
Dr Bloomfield appointed University of Auckland professor
19 December 2022
Former Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield is to join Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland as a Professor in the School of Population Health and will lead the establishment of a new Public Policy Impact Institute at the University as its inaugural chair.
Graduates shine at MAPAS ceremony
14 December 2022
On 12 December, 66 Māori and Pacific students were presented with MAPAS completion certificates for their degrees.
Heart Foundation’s inaugural Pacific Research Fellow focused on equity
9 December 2022
Inaugural Pacific Research Fellow aims to enhance equity in discharge planning.