Education researcher receives Chinese Government PhD Student Award
8 July 2019
Di (Allen) Wu, a PhD student from the Faculty of Education and Social Work, recently received the Chinese Government Outstanding Self-financing PhD Student Award 2018.
Chinese graduates give back
8 July 2019
Members of Auckland’s Chinese community mucked-in at Dominion Road Primary School as part of the University of Auckland’s inaugural Volunteer Impact Week.
New York alumni helping the homeless
4 July 2019
The University’s New York alumni chapter spent an afternoon feeding the homeless and working poor in the Bronx as part of Volunteer Impact Week.
Social justice scholar awarded Fulbright
2 July 2019
Fuimaono Dylan Asafo is heading to Harvard to undertake a Masters of Law. His thesis topic is Critical Race Theory and minority rights.
Global perspectives on international student employability
1 July 2019
An excerpt from research paper, ‘Global perspectives on international student employability’, co-authored by Director International, Brett Berquist.
NZ experts in landmark childhood pneumonia study
28 June 2019
A major new study has refocused the global fight against childhood pneumonia – and New Zealand researchers played a key role.
Green initiative takes silver for Auckland students
26 June 2019
University of Auckland students brought home silver in the 2019 World’s Challenge Challenge held in Western University in London, Canada.
Kiwis pilot maggot farm in India to process waste
26 June 2019
A Kiwi venture which uses maggots to process waste into fertiliser and chicken feed has set up its first treatment plant in India.
The difference that optometry makes in people’s lives is so incredibly invaluable
24 June 2019
Bachelor of Optometry student Amosa Lene completed at externship in Fiji with Sathya Sai International (SAI). In this opinion piece, he reflects on his experience and the things he learned overseas.
What you can do to help our refugees
20 June 2019
Opinion: It's World Refugee Day and the UN estimates a record 70.5 million people have been forced from their homes. Jay Marlowe explains what we can do to help.
Power of educators to make students’ dreams reality
6 June 2019
Opinion: Mohamed Alansari writes that educators and mentors often underestimate the power they have to influence positive life trajectories for their students.
Samoan language future beautiful to behold
31 May 2019
Opinion: Samoan Language Week reminds us how important knowledge of language and culture is to well-being, especially for young people, writes Mirofora Mataafa-Komiti.