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Think Inc. Present – An Evening with Dr Jane Goodall

1st Jul 2017 7:30pm - 1st Jul 2017 9:30pm
Think Inc. Present – An Evening with Dr Jane Goodall

Two free A -reserve tickets especially offered for alumni. Please email us at alumni@aut.ac.nz. First come, first served.

Dr Jane Goodall, Ph.D., DBE, Founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace returns to New Zealand to discuss hope for the natural world in challenging times.

Think Inc., alongside the Jane Goodall Institute New Zealand, AUT and Loop, are excited to announce the arrival of Dr Jane Goodall to New Zealand this year as part of Tomorrow & Beyond Tour. Dr Goodall will make four appearances across New Zealand  in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Dunedin to discuss hope for the natural world in challenging times.

Proceeds from An Evening with Dr Jane Goodall will go directly to supporting the work of The Jane Goodall Institute New Zealand.

Dunedin: Sunday June 25, Regent Theatre
Wellington: Monday June 26, Michael Fowler Centre
Christchurch: Thursday June 29, Isaac Theatre Royal
Auckland: Saturday July 1, Logan Campbell Centre

Alumni events

12th Mar 2018 2:00pm - 12th Mar 2018 4:00pm
Give nothing to racism - the power of stories

Give nothing to racism - the power of stories

In the restless present with multidimensional configurations of diversity and enhanced regulatory complexity, what are the stories we can invoke to steer us towards positive change

25th Jul 2018 11:00am - 25th Jul 2018 2:00pm
AUT ICT and Engineering Careers Fair 2018

AUT ICT and Engineering Careers Fair 2018

Opportunity is knocking and you’re invited – Visit the AUT ICT & Engineering Careers Fair 2018 on Wednesday 25 July 11am-2:00pm in WA224 - The Conference Centre at the AUT City campus

19th Apr 2018 5:30pm - 1st Jun 2018 5:30pm
Exhibition at St Paul St Gallery

Exhibition at St Paul St Gallery

The exhibition continues an existing conversation on bodily autonomy, self-representation and cultural heritage between Molly Rangiwai-McHale, Natasha Matila-Smith, and AUT alumni Louisa Afoa, who identify as ‘mixed-race brown women born of a generation well-versed in internet tongue and African-American vernacular English or slang’—on fleet, lit, turnt up.

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