The Interfaculty Ultimate Frisbee Tournament has been changed to Sunday 14 May. For more information or to register your interest in playing check out our website.
The Interfaculty Ultimate Frisbee Tournament has been changed to Sunday 14 May

Interfaculty Ultimate Frisbee

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Our next Doctoral Morning Tea is tomorrow, Thursday 27 April. Guest Speaker this month is Nicola Johnston, Head of Intellectual Property at UniServices, who will be discussing how UniServices can help you with IP, patents and copyright information.
Please register via the link below for catering purposes.
Our next Doctoral Morning Tea is tomorrow Thursday 27 April Guest Speaker

Doctoral Morning Tea - April 2017

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Watch as the Faculty of Engineering wins their second consecutive race and will advance to the Queen Lili’uokalani Memorial race in Hawaii!
Kevin Hsu
Hannah Andrews
GiRi Shukla
Stephen Hoadley, Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at the Faculty of Arts, examines the US missile strike on a Syrian military air base from an academic point of view.
Stephen Hoadley Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at the Faculty

Missiles on Syria: Academic Interpretations

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Alec Hesp
Sonna has been out sampling various study spaces on campus. In this week’s featured blog, she shares her findings and offers other excellent advice.
Sonna has been out sampling various study spaces on campus In this

The best test tips | The Inside Word at the University of Auckland

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On Monday, 24 April the Orienteering Sprint Final as part of the World Masters Games will be taking place on the University City Campus.

From 10.30am to 5pm, Princes Street (between Waterloo Quadrant and Wellesley Street) and Alfred Street will be closed to all traffic.
On Monday 24 April the Orienteering Sprint Final as part of the

2017 World Masters Games

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Walk the Talk is a free 8-week guided walking programme for all staff and students. The walks last 30-45 minutes and they're a great way to beat stress while helping you to get fit and keep active.

There’s no commitment required – just come along when you can. Register your interest for the first programme starting the week of 8 May.
Walk the Talk is a free 8week guided walking programme for all

Walk the Talk

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Challenge what you believe is possible and be inspired to become a change-maker. Join us for an inspirational talk from David Sutherland who founded an IT company in his garage in West Auckland, sold it for $64 million and went on to found Whoa! Studios, Auckland’s coolest new family destination.
Challenge what you believe is possible and be inspired to become a

Unleash Your Potential Speaker Series

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Jewelz Petley
Kimi Cotter
Poppy Holmberg
Luke Goode, Associate Professor of Media and Communications in the Faculty of Arts, looks at internet trolls and suggests there could be a positive side to their dark activity.
Luke Goode Associate Professor of Media and Communications in the Faculty of

The troll: a dark shadow on the internet

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Stanisław Szostak
The University is expanding its City Campus facilities with the introduction of a combined student kitchen and convenience store on level 0 of the Kate Edger Information Commons.

The space, currently occupied by UBS as it undertakes renovations on level 1, is likely to be a well-received student resource with microwaves and additional seating and tables.

Updates will be available as the...
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The University is expanding its City Campus facilities with the introduction of
Paia Lopala
Joanna Travasso
Maliha Islam
The University evacuation notice has now been lifted.

The Rec Centre, Library and Info Commons will be open Saturday-Monday with normal Easter hours.

If you are a student who had course work due on Thurdsay, please submit electronically if you can. If you cannot submit electronically please contact your Course Coordinator. For those who had assignments or exams disrupted by the Thursday...
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The University evacuation notice has now been lifted

Easter opening hours

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Hina Omer
Maliha Islam
Applications for the University of Auckland International Student Scholarships close on Monday 1 May (NZ time). If you’re thinking about studying here for Semester 2, make sure to get your application in now!
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University of Auckland International Student Scholarships

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Alena Mae Montecillo Famulagan
Merellesz Ellizae Beth
Nurul Firdaus
Do you have a talent you’d like to share on campus? Registrations are now open for the University of Auckland Buskers Festival 2017! For more information, or to register, click the link below.
Do you have a talent youd like to share on campus Registrations

The University of Auckland Buskers Festival

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Maliha Islam
Nancy Mitchelson
Jessica Cee
Are you interested in going on exchange overseas and earning credits towards your degree? Come to our Auckland Abroad Fair this Wednesday 12 April, 11am-3pm in the Quad!
Explore your options, hear from University of Auckland students who have studied abroad and meet students from our partner universities overseas.
Are you interested in going on exchange overseas and earning credits towards

360° Auckland Abroad Exchange programme

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Melissa Coutts
Patrick Abraham
Sukhans Asrani
Dr Shaofeng Li, Senior Lecturer at the School of Cultures, Languages and Linguistics, is looking at the learning phenomenon that enables learners to pick up a foreign language through exposure and use of the language, and not through conscious study.
Dr Shaofeng Li Senior Lecturer at the School of Cultures Languages and

Learning a language unconsciously

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Al Saqib Majumder
Brian Yeom
Keri Edmonds
In this week’s blog, Rebekah talks about the experience of completing her first assignment and shares some great tips.

Make sure to leave a comment on her blog with any questions you might have about uni life and she’ll answer them in her next vlog.
In this weeks blog Rebekah talks about the experience of completing her

One down – a lot more to go! | The Inside Word at the University of Auckland

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Kieran
Lufei Yin
If you want to have a go at white water rafting, kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding, come along to the Auckland University Canoe Club’s Vector Wero Day this Saturday 8 April!

Tickets are heavily discounted and there will be free shuttle buses between City Campus and Vector Wero Whitewater Park.
Open to all AUCC members and University of Auckland students. See the event below for more details.
If you want to have a go at white water rafting kayaking

AUCC Vector Wero Day

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Interfaculty Badminton will fill up fast! So register your interest in representing your faculty in the 2017 Interfaculty Sports Championship. Who's faculty will come out on top this year?
Interfaculty Badminton will fill up fast So register your interest in representing

Interfaculty Badminton

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Sam Cho
Jonathan Read
Jimmy Wu
Have your say on the Midtown bus route out of the city centre for buses that use Sandringham Road, New North Road and Remuera Road. Auckland Transport will be on campus in the Quad today and next Wednesday 12 April, 12.30–3pm. Come and check out the plans and chat to the team.
Have your say on the Midtown bus route out of the city

Midtown bus route

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Final year engineering student Harry She has been awarded a prestigious Summer Studentship to CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research. Harry, who is studying Software Engineering and completing a conjoint degree in Physics, leaves for CERN at the end of Semester One.
Final year engineering student Harry She has been awarded a prestigious Summer

Engineering student to accelerate possibilities at CERN

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Gary Kwok
Scarlett Li
Dom Kay