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Kieran Berry is a Master of Laws graduate, who works as Legal and Research Counsel for the Office of the Chief Coroner.
Larissa Michelsen is a Master of Engineering Studies graduate. She works as a Product Development Engineer for Fisher & Paykel Healthcare.
Benjamin Robb is a Master of Commerce graduate. He is currently working as a Research Assistant and completing his thesis.
The Master of Education has given Willie Swann the knowledge and skills to better support his students with their secondary studies.
Alaina Muriwai-Te Rore is a Master of Dance Studies student and Bachelor of Dance Studies (Honours) graduate.
Ruby Satele is pursuing her lifelong fascination with cultural heritage caring for the Pacific ethnology collection and its tāonga at Auckland Museum.
Lucy (Yixin) Wei is a Master of Commerce in Accounting graduate, first year PhD student and Graduate Teaching Assistant.
Dr Simone Watkins is researching the health outcomes for babies born with serious heart conditions in New Zealand.
The Master of Social Work (Professional) has helped Rachel develop the skills and confidence she needed to re-enter the work force.
Maria is a Master of Laws graduate, specialising in Corporate and Commercial Law. She works as a Solicitor for Simpson Grierson.
A Master of Conflict and Terrorism Studies opened the door to an international career as a foreign policy officer for Laura Eaton.
Xavier Forsman is a Master of Science in Geography graduate. He works as Senior Librarian, Māori Research at Auckland Council.
Clovis McEvoy is researching sonic arts composition as part of studies towards a Master of Music.
Meet the students whose research into sustainability is helping to secure a better future for Aotearoa.
Julie Winter-Smith's research investigated the perceptions of Māori stroke survivors and their whānau on the use of a robotic aid to assist rehabilitation.
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