Graduates & Students

Meet Antonia - AUT Sociology Graduate

September 21, 2017

Graeme Dingle Foundation

We meet Antonia Vito, a 2015 AUT sociology graduate who shares how her passion for helping youth opened up the opportunity for an internship and job with the Graeme Dingle Foundation.

How volunteering helps build invaluable skills

September 21, 2017

Umar Kuddus

AUT fourth year law student Umar Kuddus talks about his experiences as a volunteer with the Auckland Community Law Centre and how it has helped him gain immeasurable legal experience and gave him the opportunity to help people in the New Zealand community.

Visual Artist Alex Bartleet

August 14, 2017

Visual arts grad

The drive to make art has been unshakeable for self-employed visual artist Alex Bartleet, despite forays into advertising. Currently Alex is in London working as an art technician hanging exhibitions that include Andy Warhol, Picasso and Mattisse, while also working on his own art. And he's loving it.

What it means to be a Woman in Tech – Claudine Nalesu

August 10, 2017

Claudine Women in Tech

This Saturday our own third-year Creative Technologies student Claudine Nalesu will take part in Tech Week’s Women in Tech Panel to share her own personal journey. We caught up with Claudine to get the low-down on what it means to her to be a woman in tech.

Be true and you can do anything

May 25, 2017

Robert Aduer Ring

On Friday, the African Student Club and the AUT African staff network will celebrate Africa Day. We chat to one of the original co-founders and Bachelor of Health Science graduate Robert Aduer Ring about his time at AUT, why the club started and life since graduation.

The Voice of Al Jazeera

February 7, 2017

Al Jazeera

Writing about events shaping the political landscape like the Yemen War and ISIS is a dream job, despite its complexities, says Briony Sowden, Al Jazeera producer/journalist.