The fabulous Hunter brothers The fabulous Hunter brothers

The fabulous Hunter brothers

  • May 26, 2017 4:00 pm
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Ian and Peter Hunter talk with Margo White. Professor Ian Hunter identifies his first invention as a device he called the ‘smell-o-meter’, constructed when he was six from an old meter thrown out by his father. He opened it up, wrote “nice” at one end and “smelly” at the other. He’d hold the device in […]

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What is happiness? What is happiness?

What is happiness?

  • May 25, 2017 4:31 pm
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Helen Borne talks to Dr Ross McDonald and Dr Tony Fernando about the recently-published World Happiness Report

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Graffiti crimes Graffiti crimes

Graffiti crimes

  • May 25, 2017 4:06 pm
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Senior lecturer in criminology and sociology Ron Kramer has an unconventional weekend side-line in commissioned graffiti

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Digital doctor in the house Digital doctor in the house

Digital doctor in the house

  • May 25, 2017 3:06 pm
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Far North GP and public health champion, Lance O’Sullivan, talks with Julianne Evans.

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Continuing the journey

Continuing the journey

One day during the years when Carol Hirschfeld was fronting TV3 News, she popped into a bank to get some money. “A young Samoan teller leaned over the counter and said: ‘it’s so good to see another brown person on TV’.

May 24, 2017 16:31

Face to face

Face to face

Lisa Reihana is one of New Zealand’s most important contemporary artists. Right now her work is wowing the world as New Zealand’s 2017 entry to the Venice Art Biennale.

May 24, 2017 16:33

A glittering event

A glittering event

The wild burst of torrential rain on the evening of the Distinguished Alumni Awards Dinner only served to add to the feeling of warmth and conviviality for the guests.

May 23, 2017 16:35

Current issue

Current issue

Download the Autumn 2016 issue of Ingenio as a PDF document.

May 26, 2016 9:48

Recent Articles

Heartening news

Heartening news

Professor Rob Doughty holds the Heart Foundation Chair of Heart Health at the University of Auckland, where he runs a programme of research designed to improve understanding of the causes, prevention and treatment of heart disease in New Zealand.

Around the globe

Around the globe

Three international alumni tell us a little of what they’re up to.

Creating new realities

Creating new realities

When Alfdaniels Mabingo returns to Uganda he will go there as the first PhD graduate in dance pedagogy. He talks with Judy Wilford.

Because of who they are

Because of who they are

This year, for the first time, the majority of the University’s Distinguished Alumni are from Polynesian backgrounds. They are all high achievers who are having a significant impact on their communities. Tess Redgrave met the three female winners.

Transformation through education

Transformation through education

The University is committed to delivering high impact learning experiences that prepare students to face the challenges of working and contributing to an uncertain world, in which they are likely to change careers more than five times.