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King’s Birthday Honours for staff and alumni
Distinguished Professor Nigel French, Professor Emeritus Ralph Sims, Associate Professor Shirley Jean Jülich and Associate Professor Huhana Smith have been included in this year’s King’s Birthday Honours List.
Celebrating staff success at Auckland graduation
Nine members of staff were among those graduating across eight Auckland ceremonies this week.
Uncovering the secret life of blackbirds
Dr Mehrnaz Tavasoli dedicated her PhD study to broadening the understanding of how individuality in behavioural traits contributes to reproductive success and survival in common blackbirds.
A golden decade of sport and study for Olympic athlete
Black Fern Tyla Nathan-Wong graduated with a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise after navigating her way through study and competing on a global stage.
Seeking a new approach for wellbeing in patients with intestinal failure
Andrew Xia was part of the first cohort to graduate from the Master of Science – Nutrition and Dietetics programme in 2013 and is now completing PhD research to help patients with intestinal failure.
Investigating the impact of client suicide on psychologists
Psychologists must make critical decisions relating to their clients’ care that can result in decision-regret and distress. Dr Shoni Marshall-Edwards’ PhD research investigated the impact of client suicide on psychologists to inform more robust support structures.
Fossil snails might tell us of the frequency of heavy rainfall in the past
A new study comparing the stable oxygen and carbon isotope ratios of giant land snails in New Zealand and New Caledonia has found a surprising result.
New lifejacket design more fit for purpose for flood events in India
Doctor of Philosophy graduate Dr Areef Shaik saw a real need for a more fit for purpose lifejacket for emergency responders in India, where flood events occur every year due to the tropical monsoon climate.