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A motley crew of academics from the University Of Auckland educate you on a range of thought-provoking topics. Thanks to the University of Auckland.

 

Ready, Steady, Learn w/ Hēmi Dale: September 14, 2021

Ready, Steady, Learn w/ Hēmi Dale: September 14, 2021 Ready, Steady, Learn w/ Hēmi Dale: September 14, 2021, 84.74 MB
Tue 14 Sep 2021

I tēnei ata on Ready Steady Learn Hēmi Dale phones up to chat about his work developing and implementing Aotearoa New Zealand history / Te Takanga o te Wā as part of the national curriculum in schools. Whakarongo mai! 

Ready Steady Learn w/ Tharindu Kaluarachchi: September 7, 2021

Ready Steady Learn w/ Tharindu Kaluarachchi: September 7, 2021 Ready Steady Learn w/ Tharindu Kaluarachchi: September 7, 2021, 68.45 MB
Tue 7 Sep 2021

I tēnei wiki Tharindu Kaluarachchi chats about his research focusing on putting the ‘human’ up front of Artificial Intelligence research and technologies. Whakarongo mai! 

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Steve Matthewman: August 31, 2021

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Steve Matthewman: August 31, 2021 Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Steve Matthewman: August 31, 2021, 84.42 MB
Tue 31 Aug 2021

Today on Ready Steady Learn, Associate Professor Steve Matthewman is on the line chatting about his research into the idea of Building Back Better as central to post-disaster reconstruction. Whakarongo mai! 

Ready Steady Learn w/ Briar O'Connor: August 24, 2021

Ready Steady Learn w/ Briar O'Connor: August 24, 2021 Ready Steady Learn w/ Briar O'Connor: August 24, 2021, 99.73 MB
Tue 24 Aug 2021

Today on Ready, Steady, Learn we hear from PhD candidate in Education and Social Work, Briar O'Connor, about her research into the role of schools regarding child abuse and neglect. Whakarongo mai! 

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Ellery McNaughton: August 17, 2021

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Ellery McNaughton: August 17, 2021 Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Ellery McNaughton: August 17, 2021, 59.86 MB
Tue 17 Aug 2021

Today we're joined in studio by the School of Biological Science's Ellery McNaughton, to chat about her research on the effects of artificial light at night! Whakarongo mai! 

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Tim Welch: August 10, 2021

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Tim Welch: August 10, 2021 Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Tim Welch: August 10, 2021, 84.97 MB
Tue 10 Aug 2021

Today on Ready Steady Learn we're joined by Tim Welch who is a Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland. Tim Welch discusses the transport infrastructure, his thoughts on the cycle debate and how to get involved in Urban planning. Whakarongo mai! 

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Dr Angus Campbell: August 3, 2021

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Dr Angus Campbell: August 3, 2021 Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Dr Angus Campbell: August 3, 2021, 84.32 MB
Tue 3 Aug 2021

Today on Ready Steady Learn, the new Leader of Design Programmes, Dr. Angus Campbell, comes up for a chat about his work and plans for the future. Whakarongo mai! 

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Robin Murphy: July 27, 2021

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Robin Murphy: July 27, 2021 Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Robin Murphy: July 27, 2021, 73.89 MB
Tue 27 Jul 2021

PhD student Robin Murphy comes up onto the show to talk about some new research into the potential benefits of LSD microdosing. Whakarongo mai! 

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Rachelle Pederson: July 20, 2021

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Rachelle Pederson: July 20, 2021 Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Rachelle Pederson: July 20, 2021, 61.58 MB
Tue 20 Jul 2021

Today on Ready Steady Learn we're joined by Rachelle Pederson who talks about her research into privilege and Pākeha identity throughout the changing relationships between Māori and Pākeha. If you'd like to get involved in the study you can reach Rachelle at rachelle.pedersen@auckland.ac.nz. Whakarongo mai! 

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Dr. Ciara Cremin: July 13, 2021

Ready, Steady, Learn! w/ Dr. Ciara Cremin: July 13, 2021 Ciara Cremin: July 13, 2021, 105.85 MB
Tue 13 Jul 2021

Dr. Ciara Cremin comes in to talk about her research into masculinity as a generic disorder, and her book The Future is Feminine: Capitalism and the Masculine Disorder. Whakarongo mai!