Education news

  • Lecturer selected for Ministry Advisory Group
    AUT lecturer Mele Ileini Tautakitaki was recently named as a member of the Ministry of Education’s Early Childhood Taskforce Advisory Group for children under the age of two. 
  • 14 metre fall survivor graduates
    Breaking her jaw, two cheekbones and fracturing her foot in a recent abseiling fall did not prevent Mikaela Blayney from attending AUT’s graduation ceremony on Wednesday 14 December.
  • AUT applauds teaching excellence
    Today students at AUT University recognised teaching staff in this year's AuSM (Auckland Student Movement at AUT) Awesome Awards ceremony.
  • NZ unis must make room for Pasifika models
    Universities have been challenged to “change their ways” if Pasifika and other minority cultures are going to achieve their potential, says New Zealand’s first professor of Pacific studies.
  • AUT academic awarded Oxford Fellowship
    Head of the School of Education and Associate Dean for Learning and Teaching at AUT University, Jay Reid, has just been awarded an Oxford Fellowship.
  • AUT launches new primary specialty
    With the the Hon Dr Wayne Mapp, MP for the North Shore and Associate Minister for Tertiary Education, in attendance, AUT's School of Education launched a new primary specialty for its Bachelor of Education

Last updated: 10-Jun-2016 3.25pm

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