This time last year, Rebekah was having to decide between studying in Auckland or Dunedin. No prizes for guessing the outcome, but you might be interested to know her reasons for choosing us. Check out this week’s featured blog.
The final open trial for the tertiary women’s volleyball team will be held in the Sports Hall on Friday 2 June, 7.30-9am. The team will be representing the University of Auckland at the 2017 NZ Tertiary Nationals in Wellington on 22 July! For more information and to register your interest head to the website.
Don’t miss the panel discussion ‘Dislocation in an age of connection’ at postgrad festival tonight.
If you can’t make it, watch the live stream on our website from 7pm and put your questions to our panelists online.
We’re evaluating this semester’s courses and teaching over the next two weeks. If your course is up for evaluation you will be notified via email and Canvas. Please submit your feedback - what you say matters and will help teaching staff improve our courses!
Dive through the underwater labyrinth of the Poor Knights islands with Marine biologist Lucy van Oosterom from the School of Biological Sciences, and learn about her research into how and why fish communicate.
Rez Gardi, University of Auckland Young New Zealander of the Year, joins Associate Professors Jay Marlowe and Luke Goode to discuss how new technologies and social media affect social integration, how digital technologies are changing research, and to answer your questions about where postgraduate study could take you.
Are you a masters or honours student interested in doctoral study but not sure if it’s for you? Hear tips from second and final-year doctoral candidates at our doctoral panel discussion, part of Postgraduate Festival.
Māori and Pacific writers cross borders with a vibrant aesthetic that exists nowhere else on the planet - yet they are under-represented in literature. Join us at tonight’s free lecture where novelist, essayist and creative writing teacher Tina Makereti assesses the state of affairs and presents her vision of a vibrant Māori/Pacific/ Indigenous/NZ literature.
Want a free pizza lunch and the opportunity to have a say on how lockers and student kitchens should be run across the University?
Sign up to join one of our student focus groups running at the end of May via the link below.
Please note - selected participants will be contacted directly.
Interested in entrepreneurship but don’t have a venture idea? Want to learn how to come up with and develop ideas? Don’t know how to test and grow your venture concepts?
Use the inter-semester break to develop your ideation and validation skills and give entrepreneurship a go. Open to students from all faculties! Register your interest by 21 June – Programme starts 3 July 2017.