News from the University of Waikato, Tauranga

More news and events from the University of Waikato.

Diamond polishes her skills to better serve the BOP community (24 November 2017)
Living up to her name, Danielle Jade Diamond is shining bright in the area of community psychology in the Bay of Plenty.

Surf and social work unite Maketu brothers (23 November 2017)
Besides DNA, Bay of Plenty born and bred Morgyn and Mark Bramley have a lot in common.

New Chair for Lakes and Freshwater Science (13 November 2017)
The University of Waikato has appointed a new Bay of Plenty Regional Council Chair in Lake and Freshwater Science.

Katikati couple support new doctoral scholarship (13 November 2017)
There’s a new scholarship available to University of Waikato PhD students who are studying environmental issues.

New Tauranga Campus takes shape (10 November 2017)
The building of the University of Waikato’s new campus on Durham Street in Tauranga's CBD is well underway and on schedule for completion in 2019.

Council invests in Omokoroa landslide research (09 November 2017)
Doctoral students at the University of Waikato think they might have found a way to stabilise Omokoroa’s sensitive soils and reduce the number of landslides.

Inquire, Inspire 2017 (08 November 2017)
Inquire, Inspire 2017 – a Tauranga research symposium was held at the Windermere Campus on Friday 3 November and the diverse range of speakers and topics held the packed lecture theatre enthralled.

Two new appointments for University of Waikato (02 November 2017)
The newly established Te Huataki Waiora Faculty of Health, Sport and Human Performance, at The University of Waikato has appointed two leading experts in their fields.

Bipolar disorder no barrier for tenacious sole parent scholarship winner (10 October 2017)
Laura O’Flaherty has learnt taking a risk on education can be the route to a new path in life. She is not only studying but the Papamoa mum-of-two was recently awarded the Waikato Student Union Sole Parent/Caregiver Scholarship for 2017.

Is the robot revolution coming? (04 October 2017)
The robots are coming, and Professor Mike Duke will explain how humans can embrace their arrival, in the next lecture in the University of Waikato’s Tauranga public lecture series.

From China to “chur” – the sky’s the limit for international student (04 October 2017)
When Sky (Ziqi) Ma’s parents sent him from China to study in Tauranga five years ago he barely spoke a word of English and relied on his phone’s Google translate function to communicate with his teachers.

Leading by example at TEDx Tauranga (02 October 2017)
Business strategist Nick Harvey is headlining TEDx in Tauranga on Saturday 7 October, where he will discuss fulfilling both leadership and life potential.

Two mothers, 12 children and university study (25 September 2017)
Two mothers with six children each are top adult learners at the University of Waikato.

Election 2017: Change is on the way – ready or not (07 September 2017)
Political scientists Dame Margaret Clark and Dr Jon Johansson will examine the 2017 election campaign for the third lecture in the new University of Waikato Tauranga public lecture series.

University of Waikato continues to climb global rankings (06 September 2017)
The University of Waikato’s rapid ascent of the world university rankings was further confirmed today, with the release of the Times Higher Education (THE) rankings.