PMA Knowledge Hub Scholarships open for applications
25 January 2023
The Pasifika Medical Association (PMA) have partnered with the University of Auckland to establish postgraduate scholarships, supported by the Office of the Associate Dean Pacific and the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences.
Te Kapua O’Connor inspired by Māori ancestors
31 October 2022
PhD student Te Kapua O’Connor worked with mentors to transform his research on Māori ancestors into an accessible book.
Bernard Sama researching the many challenges asylum seekers face
31 October 2022
Cameroon-born PhD student Bernard Sama talks to Judy Wilford about how to treat people claiming refugee status. He knows: he has walked a mile in their shoes.
Mussel man wins Asia-Pacific 3MT Final
21 October 2022
University of Auckland doctoral candidate Trevyn Toone won first place the Three Minute Thesis Asia-Pacific Final with his research on mussel restoration.
SGS Research Showcase winners announced
19 October 2022
A mussel restoration project, a nostalgic image, and an exploration of artificial corneal technology took out the top prizes in the SGS Research Showcase 2022.
Making art from sound, Tongan style
30 September 2022
The practice of Doctor of Fine Arts graduate, Sione Faletau, has shifted and evolved over the years of his studies, and across myriad media, but it has always been grounded in Tongan culture and concepts.
Mussels, mitochondria and the mind – 3MT winners announced
9 August 2022
Fourteen postgraduate students captivated a sold-out audience at the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) Final on Friday, with Trevyn Toone taking out the ultimate title: doctoral winner.
Pride in Pacific Studies postgraduate success
5 August 2022
August graduation saw three postgraduate students cross the stage from the School of Pacific Studies, with two doctoral and one masters student capped.
Dancing a fine line: women in Bollywood
3 August 2022
The changing position of female performers in Bollywood is the focus of University of Auckland doctoral candidate Kooshna Gupta’s research.
Research students take on race against the clock
28 July 2022
Fourteen postgraduate research students will take on the ultimate race against the clock at the highly anticipated Three Minute Thesis Final next Friday 5 August.
PhD candidates take on international research projects
11 July 2022
Two University of Auckland doctoral candidates are part of international research projects that have received U21 Graduate Collaborative Research Awards worth US$5000.
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.