Te ao Māori
Call to learn Waipapa Taumata Rau waiata
1 July 2022
We all remember our school songs, but not too many people know the University has its own waiata. It has, and it’s now a decade old.
Proud day of celebration at Tai Tokerau
30 June 2022
A group of 25 education students recently graduated in front of proud whānau in the Tai Tokerau June ceremony.
Online exhibition remembers whānau who died during lockdowns
29 June 2022
An interactive online exhibition opening on 2 July profiles the impact of lockdown restrictions experienced by Māori, particularly around end-of-life care and tangihanga.
Telling the untold histories of Tāmaki Makaurau
17 June 2022
Dr Lucy Mackintosh recently published a non-fiction book based on her PhD research. Her book, 'Shifting Grounds: Deep Histories of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland', won the 2022 Ernest Scott Prize for History and was shortlisted for an Ockham New Zealand Book award.
Meet two Māori and Pacific students among Fulbright award winners
13 June 2022
The Fulbright New Zealand exchange awards have been announced and among the recipients are Zoe Catherine Lavatangaloa Henry and Alehandrea Raiha Manuel.
Can we ever solve Aotearoa's housing crisis?
16 May 2022
Opinion: Three experts connected with the University of Auckland each have 350 words to answer whether New Zealand can solve its housing crisis.
Maureen Lander: 'The University still plays a role in my life'
13 May 2022
Weaver and teacher Maureen Lander is one of our distinguished alumni in 2022 and, in her 80th year, is still working with students on campus.
Lucy Mackintosh explores complex local histories of Tāmaki Makaurau
13 May 2022
Lucy Mackintosh's PhD evolved into a book in which she explores the history behind key geographical features in Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland.
Anne Salmond - Tiriti and Democracy, Part 6: Property
7 May 2022
Opinion: In the final part of her Newsroom series on Te Tiriti and Democracy, Dame Anne Salmond examines the Māori and settler views of land and 'property'.
Steel industry career swop for osteoarthritis research
6 May 2022
Emma Te Tumanako Brown gave up a promising engineering career in heavy industry for a doctoral research project to increase understanding of osteoarthritis.
Graduate brothers share plans to help whānau and whenua
6 May 2022
Brothers Haukapuanui and Sonny Vercoe graduated together this week, each with a Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) from the University of Auckland.
Law graduate seeks to amplify Māori and Moana-Oceania voices
5 May 2022
Bradley Arona-Waqanivavalagi has graduated as a Bachelor of Law (honours) and Arts, and wants to use it to effect change for his people.