Future of work
Diagnostic tool for pilots enhances airline safety
16 November 2023
Dr Maria Treadaway, Faculty of Arts, was awarded a best thesis award for her work to test the language fluency of trainee pilots.
A brand ecosystem to build social licence for business
25 July 2023
Emeritus Professor Rod Brodie’s research has led to a brand eco-system to enhance social licence for business.
Business needs to nurture the brand eco-system to stay relevant
30 June 2023
Emeritus Professor Rod Brodie’s research looks at how businesses who fail to acknowledge how brands are co-created are headed for trouble.
The limits of Artificial Intelligence and why it matters
23 May 2023
The public release of ChatGPT has sparked debate about how Artificial Intelligence (AI) will reshape society. Craig Webster says we need to take seriously the foundational limitations inherent in the technology.
Indigenising our universities: aspirations and opportunities
30 March 2023
Opinion: Te Kawehau Hoskins and Alison Jones explore the value of an evolving Treaty partnership to higher education. In Part 3 of the series, the opportunities indigenisation brings.
Indigenising our universities: be Pākehā, be Māori
29 March 2023
Opinion: Te Kawehau Hoskins and Alison Jones explore the value of an evolving Treaty partnership to higher education. In the second of a three part series, they ask if inclusion policies can have unintended consequences.
Indigenising our universities: Tēnā tātou 'here we all are'
27 March 2023
Opinion: In a three-part series, Te Kawehau Hoskins and Alison Jones explore the value of an evolving Treaty partnership to higher education. Part 1: Who is the ‘we’ at our institutions.
Taking maths education into the future
15 December 2022
Dr Igor Kontorovich describes how we can ensure mathematics education is fit for future learning.
Teacher expectations crucial to learning
28 November 2022
Perception is reality when it comes to teachers and their expectations of their students.
Fairer tax for big tech
18 November 2022
The global digital economy is worth many trillions of dollars but on average digital companies pay only 9.5 percent tax.
Meet the 'space invader'
28 September 2022
At present progress, a century would pass before academics reflected the diversity of our people. Sereana Naepi puts the spotlight on universities and who they serve.
Tools of ancient hunters find their place in outer space
19 July 2021
Space might be the final frontier, but, like all frontiers it’s strewn with junk. Luckily, Professor Guglielmo Aglietti, director of the Auckland Space Institute has a plan