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Join us for the first Doctoral Morning Tea of 2017. A monthly event for all doctoral students, the doctoral morning tea allows you to meet and mingle with other doctoral students in a relaxed environment and keep up-to-date on applicable information. There are also informative guest speakers presenting on topics relevant to the life of a doctoral student.

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Doctoral Morning Tea
It’s Faculty Orientation week! New students should have received their Orientation booklet in the mail – if not, don’t worry, there’ll be plenty of spares on the day. We’re welcoming students from all faculties throughout the week – check out for more information and we’ll see you at your faculty powhiri!

Orientation for new students
If you haven’t enrolled yet or need advice with making any last minute decisions around your courses, come to our drop-in Enrolment Clinics that we will be holding throughout Orientation Week from Monday 27 February to Saturday 4 March at City Campus.

For all details, see our website via the link below.

Enrolment clinics
How are you travelling to campus in Semester One? Check out the different options on our Transport in Auckland page that also includes useful information like how to get your ID sticker for discounted Auckland Transport.

Transport in Auckland
Who run the world? Join us for a free screening for students and staff of the entrepreneurship film She Started It on International Women’s Day, Wednesday 8 March.

Register now via the link below.

She Started It – Free film screening
Congratulations to University of Auckland Law alumna Rez Gardi, Young New Zealander of the Year, and Professor Ed Gane, NZ Innovator of the Year, and to our many other staff and alumni who were honoured at the New Zealander of the Year Awards last night!

2017 New Zealander of the Year Awards winners - NZ Herald News
Have you ever wondered how people juggle and balance work/life while doing postgraduate research? Join us for this informative session and learn how to identify stress and find the balance that’s right for you.

All new and current postgrad students are welcome to attend! Please register via the link below.

How to find the perfect work/life balance
Join our panel of masters and doctoral students from various faculties, as they discuss their experiences. They will share some insights, tips and things they wish they had known or done from the start! Feel free to bring along a couple of questions of your own – the panel will gladly address them.

All new, current and prospective postgrads are welcome to attend this session. Please register...
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Starting Postgrad - Tips, questions and overall things I wish I had known ...
You may have noticed we've changed our website a lot in the past six months. Next is the redesign of our faculty websites.

If you are thinking about studying at the University, or are a member of the public who interacts with the University, we would really appreciate if you could answer some questions about how we structure the information on these sites. It shouldn't take more than 5-15...
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Help us redesign our faculty websites!
This story on paternal depression was picked up by CNN and is from our researchers at the Centre for Longitudinal Research at the School of Population Health.

New dads risk depression too, study says
The carnival continues… We’re looking for University of Auckland students, staff, friends and families to help make our Pride Parade walking float even bigger than last year.
Come celebrate the University’s LGBTI community and show our commitment to being safe, inclusive and equitable. Everyone is welcome!

University of Auckland float at Auckland Pride Parade 2017

It’s not too late to start study in 2017, if you don’t have university entrance. New Start is a part-time university preparation programme for over 20 year olds that will bridge you into a range of degrees here.
Apply by Sunday 26 February to start in Semester One 2017!

New Start preparation programme
Still deciding on where to study in 2017? The University of Auckland has a limited number of rooms still available for school leaver applicants within our Halls of Residence!
To apply for accommodation simply visit our website and fill out an application form.

Accommodation at the University of Auckland
Join us for a special public lecture by Visiting Hood Fellow and University of Auckland graduate, Professor Martyn Goulding.

An internationally recognised and highly acclaimed molecular neuroscientist, Professor Goulding will be taking a historical perspective, outlining some of the key things that we have learnt about the brain and nervous system, and then, switching to the future and where...
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Public lecture: 'Understanding how the brain works: the real challenge'
Thanks to everyone who helped make the University’s presence at Big Gay Out a BIG success. Check out the fun photos from the day!
Keen to learn more about business-related careers and to network with 25+ employers? Don’t miss the CDES Business Career Expo coming up 13 March. Students from all faculties and all years are welcome.

2017 CDES Business Career Expo

Renowned contemporary artist Professor Michael Parekowhai (Ngati Whakarongo) from Elam School of Fine Arts has wowed audiences with his outstanding artworks for decades. His latest work, The Lighthouse, is no exception.

Lighthouse opens on Queen’s Wharf
Whether you are looking for a place to live, or have a flat in need of some flatmates, head along to one of our speed flatting sessions and match yourself up with potential housemates!

To register for a session, please contact:

Speed Flatting sessions
Researchers from the University of Auckland's Liggins Institute and Medical School are investigating a potential biomarker – a molecular fingerprint – in the blood of pregnant women that may be linked to their risk of giving birth too early.

New hope for prem babies - National - NZ Herald News