Alumni

The fabulous Hunter brothers

The fabulous Hunter brothers

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 […]

Digital doctor in the house

Digital doctor in the house

Far North GP and public health champion, Lance O’Sullivan, talks with Julianne Evans.

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.

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.

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.”