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For All Our Futures
Meet doctoral candidates from across the University and find out what it is like to undertake graduate research at our world-leading institution.
Tongan New Zealander Siobhan is undertaking groundbreaking research into non-communicable disease risk in the Cook Islands for her PhD in Health Sciences.
Kieran discusses his research into needle-free injection and the opportunities available to candidates during the PhD.
Teuila Hughes is researching Samoan dance practices as part of her PhD in Dance.
Ellie is a PhD candidate in Exercise Science researching the impact of exercise on cardiovascular disease in adults.
For Emma Brown, a career in industry prepared her well for a PhD in Chemicals and Materials Engineering.
Doctor of Education graduate Maia works as a lecturer in Te Puna Wānanga The School of Māori and Indigenous Education.
Doctor of Medicine graduate Avinash is the inaugural Global Cancer Disparities Fellow and works as a surgeon in oncology.
Sjoerd van Ballegooy gained a PhD in Civil Engineering and is now Technical Director at Tonkin + Taylor.
Nona's PhD focuses on more efficient collaboration between Māori communities and non-Māori parties to utilise and develop geothermal resources.
Mina is an international doctoral candidate researching how very young children demonstrate agency and competency in decision-making.
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