Opinion: 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.
University of Auckland to host global education event
30 May 2019
The Faculty of Education and Social Work is leading a major conference for teachers, leaders, academics and policy makers from New Zealand, Pacific countries and the international community.
Exchange programme extends opportunities for international collaboration
28 May 2019
A new EU-funded programme brings together global research capacity to work towards infrastructure resilience.
Lessons in living from a vanishing world
21 May 2019
Living for almost a year in Papua New Guinea gave a recent PhD graduate rare insight into the impact of colonisation on food production and social systems.
Meet our first Masters of Community Dance (Honours) graduates
10 May 2019
Jane (Jiahui) Liu and Johnny (Longqi) Yu graduated this week as the first students to have completed a Community Dance Masters at the University of Auckland - a dual Masters with Beijing Dance Academy.
Looking beyond the safari lens in Kenya
7 May 2019
An initial concern for the sexual wellbeing of girls and young women in rural Kenya has taken University of Auckland lecturer Laura Chubb on an extraordinary journey.
How do callers complain in Saudi Arabia?
7 May 2019
The language used in complaint calls to a Saudi Arabian company is the thesis topic of a University of Auckland student, who graduated with a PhD in Linguistics last week.
Building a pipeline of business talent
3 May 2019
Grow NZ Business has been employing interns from the Auckland Business School, an initiative which graduating students Rachel Yeu and Anna Sviridora say provides them with invaluable industry experience.
A very 21st century design degree
3 May 2019
How can we prepare designers to tackle the big global issues of our time, for jobs that don’t yet exist and technologies that have yet to be invented?