For all our futures For all our futures

For all our futures

We have launched a major philanthropic campaign to raise the funds that will enable the University to increase the impact of its contribution to society.

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Alive to change Alive to change

Alive to change

Sally Nicholas, who is just completing her PhD in Linguistics/Māori Studies, says her ground-breaking work describing Cook Islands Māori is “preposterous” – but she does so with a smile. Julie Middleton finds out why.

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A life of many layers A life of many layers

A life of many layers

Alumnus Dr George Mason has gifted $5 million to establish a research centre for the natural environment in the Faculty of Science. Tess Redgrave talks to George about his life, work and love of the outdoors.

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Doing what’s needed Doing what’s needed

Doing what’s needed

“If you want to build a disruptive business,” says social entrepreneur Robyn Scott, “it’s useful to have had a disrupted childhood.”

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Collateral Damage

Collateral Damage

Dr Tom Gregory from Politics and International Relations speaks with Judy Wilford about the uses and misuses of the language of the law and the dangers they pose for the future.

Oct 12, 2016 14:25

Klara’s story

Klara’s story

New Zealand needs more great doctors. Klara Kissova is determined to be one of them and she knows she wouldn’t be a Health Science student now if she hadn’t received a scholarship.

Oct 12, 2016 14:37

Light force

Light force

Cather Simpson speaks with Margo White about the excitement of her life in science and how it connects with the world of business.

Oct 12, 2016 14:31

Current issue

Current issue

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

May 26, 2016 9:48

Recent Articles

Has the glass ceiling really been cracked?

Has the glass ceiling really been cracked?

Female students outnumber male students in most disciplines in tertiary education. Yet women are still underrepresented in the top jobs in most sectors – including in tertiary education.

The ultimate elevator pitch

The ultimate elevator pitch

Dance Studies doctoral student, Kate Riegle van West, is conducting the first research study to measure the effects of International Poi on physical and cognitive function in healthy older adults.

For all our futures

For all our futures

We have launched a major philanthropic campaign to raise the funds that will enable the University to increase the impact of its contribution to society.

Being who you are

Being who you are

Recent celebrations marking the thirtieth anniversary of the passage of the Homosexual Law Reform Bill remind us all what was achieved when LGBTI communities and their allies worked together to overcome longstanding social and legal inequality.

Klara’s story

Klara’s story

New Zealand needs more great doctors. Klara Kissova is determined to be one of them and she knows she wouldn’t be a Health Science student now if she hadn’t received a scholarship.