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For All Our Futures
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.
Eileen Tupou says the Master of Social Work allowed her to fulfil her potential, while studying alongside people from completely different disciplines.
Alaina Muriwai-Te Rore is a Master of Dance Studies student and Bachelor of Dance Studies (Honours) graduate.
Xavier Forsman is a Master of Science in Geography graduate. He works as Senior Librarian, Māori Research at Auckland Council.
Lucy (Yixin) Wei is a Master of Commerce in Accounting graduate, first year PhD student and Graduate Teaching Assistant.
Helen Robinson is a graduate of the Master of Social and Community Leadership. She works as the General Manager of Social Services at the Auckland City Mission.
Maria is a Master of Laws graduate, specialising in Corporate and Commercial Law. She works as a Solicitor for Simpson Grierson.
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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