Last month, AUT doctoral student Ankita Poudyal took out first prize at the Falling Walls NZ competition! Falling Walls is all about celebrating and communicating research that ‘breaks down walls’ […]
Did you know that you can join a group to advise the Graduate Research School on our activities? The Postgraduate Research Advisory Group (PRAG for short) is a group of […]
This post by Dr. Julia Hallas first appeared on Thesislink in May 2016. “Never use references that are older than three years” was the advice given by a journal article […]
You know what’s strange to think about? We are all future leaders. It may not feel like that now. When you’re knee-deep in a Masters or doctoral thesis, it’s easy […]
Wanting to make the most of your time in the University as a postgraduate student? The AUT NZ Scholars and ASEAN Students Group is looking for postgraduate students to chair […]
With thanks to Tim Hamilton from Visionworks – check out more of his work at www.visionworks.co.nz.
OK, it’s Friday, we’re all tired and in need of a pick-me-up. What better to lift our spirits than a round-up of the assorted cute fluffy friends who have played […]
Are you interested in a premium Grammarly account? For those that haven’t heard of Grammarly, it’s an English-language software tool that can help to correct your spelling and grammar, and […]
Applications close Friday 28 September 2018 How would you like to leave all your responsibilities behind, go to a beautiful beach, stay in free accommodation, and have people cook and […]
I’ve been reading a book called Educated by Dr Tara Westover. You’ve probably seen it around; it’s been haunting the Whitcoulls Top 100 list, which is quite remarkable for a […]
This video from the Graduate Research School first appeared on Thesislink in October 2014.
The actor/director Sir Kenneth Branagh was asked in an interview: how do you know a movie you’re directing is finished? After a moment’s pause he replied: you don’t, you abandon […]