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"A quirky façade that hums with energy." Our new Science building is featured in Metro magazine NZ this week.

Urban Design: Chris Barton on University of Auckland's new Science Centre - Metro

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Calling all star gazers and amateur astronomers! NZstars2016 is the 10th International Astronomical Union's symposia on massive stars and, as part of the conference, the Department of Physics is holding a public symposium on Saturday 3 December 2016. If you're interested in the current research into massive stars, be sure to join us. For more details, check out our website via the link below.

The lives and death throes of massive stars

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Are you heading into your first year at the University of Auckland in 2017? Do you want to share your experiences with other potential students while you learn about the new world that is university life? If so, apply to be a blogger for The Inside Word!

Are you our next blogger?

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Third-year Engineering student Andrew McLaren (no relation) has been awarded the first international internship offered by UK supercar maker McLaren Automotive.
The mechatronics student will spend nine weeks at the McLaren Technology Centre in the UK, working alongside the company’s research and development engineers.

Scholarship the road to supercars

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Today, 25 November, is White Ribbon Day, designated by the United Nations as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. Everyone is entitled to respect, and to live free from fear and abuse.

The University's Family Violence Project, which includes a Policy, supports students and staff who experience violence from someone close to them, such as a partner, family...
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It's time our workplaces step up to help deal with family violence

The damaging and pervasive effects of family violence extends well beyond the home. Many victims and perpetrators will invariably bring their trauma with the...

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The new Master of Social and Community Leadership is an opportunity to build leadership skills and create meaningful change across community, government, NGO and social enterprise sectors.

Lead social and community change

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Congratulations to our researchers who were awarded the Rutherford Medal and eight other top honours by the Royal Society of New Zealand (RSNZ) and Health Research Council of New Zealand last night.

Emeritus Professor Michael Corballis FRSNZ, from the School of Psychology has been recognised with the RSNZ’s highest honour - the Rutherford Medal.
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Brain scientist wins highest NZ research honour - National - NZ Herald News

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Read about the exciting launch of UniServices spin-out company Soul Machines. Based on the first human-like avatar technology Baby X created by Dr Mark Sagar and his team at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute at the University of Auckland, Soul Machines are developing intelligent and emotionally responsive avatars thanks to venture capital firm Horizons Ventures.

Mark Sagar's Baby X technology spin-out gains US$7.5 million in venture capital funding - Business - NZ Herald News

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Good luck to our University Challenge team which takes on Massey University tonight! Tune into Prime TV at 6pm, and if you missed the first episode, head over to the Prime TV website to catch up.

University Challenge - Videos

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The University of Auckland has been ranked internationally as New Zealand’s leading university for producing work-ready graduates.

The University was the only New Zealand university placed among the top 150 in the Times Higher Education Global University Employability Ranking 2016.

Highest ranking for graduate employability

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Thank you all for your response! Please note that recruitment for our focus group has now closed.

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Have you just completed your first year of undergraduate study? Would you like to be part of a focus group where you share your experiences with us and suggestions for improvement?

Join our session on 28 November from 9am to 1pm at City Campus. As a thank you for your participation, all...
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Applications for University of Auckland International Scholarships close on Monday 21 November (NZ time). If you’re thinking about studying here starting March 2017, make sure you get your application in soon! Apply now at bit.ly/UoAscholarships.

University of Auckland International Scholarships

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Congratulations to Jenny Malmstrom, lecturer in Chemical & Materials Engineering, who has been named a Rutherford Discovery Fellow for 2016.

Rutherford Discovery Fellowship for stem cell research

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Associate Professor Steve Hoadley (Politics and International Relations) is commenting the US election on the nzherald.co.nz Focus live coverage and from about 6pm Dr Maria Armoudian (Politics) will be live on the nzherald.co.nz Facebook page. She is also a guest on Paul Henry (TV3) tomorrow morning and Dr Jennifer Frost (History) will be on TVNZ's Breakfast.
Applications are open for the 2017 Dulcie Bowman Memorial Scholarship that supports hearing impaired female students. Find out more via the link below.

Dulcie Bowman Memorial Scholarships

auckland.ac.nz
UniGuide applications are closing soon! Get in your application before Sunday 13 November to join the team for 2017! Go to to apply.
Watch the highlights of some of this year's fantastic student events!
New Zealand has been ranked the world's best place to live.

New Zealand tops list of world's best countries - NZ Herald News

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Are you interested in the future of Europe post-Brexit? Don't miss the public lecture 'Who's your partner now: Europe in the global sense' on Wednesday 9 November with special guest Bert Koenders, the Dutch Foreign Minister.

Europa lecture series - Who's your partner now: Europe in the global sense

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Congratulations to Kate Riegle van West on winning the U21 Virtual Three Minute Thesis Competition!
Read more about the U21 3MT Competition and Kate’s presentation "Poi for your health: A spin on ageing" at: [ Universitas21.com Link ].