News from the University of Waikato, Tauranga
From Whakatāne to Arizona via Waikato (15 October 2018)
Bachelor of Social Sciences graduate encourages anyone considering university study to attend an information session in Whakatāne on Wednesday 24 October.
Running on science (9 October 2018)
A collaboration between the University of Waikato Adams Centre for High Performance and healthcare provider Body in Motion will allow runners to access specialised technology that’s usually only available to elite athletes.
Celebrating adult learners (8 October 2018)
The academic and personal achievements of six University of Waikato adult learners were acknowledged at a special awards ceremony last Friday.
Tauranga educators to learn from global leader (4 October 2018)
Global leader in Education Dr Tony Wagner will speak at a series of events in Tauranga next month.
Aramoana has designs on Tauranga Moana’s new university campus (26 September 2018)
Bachelor of Social Sciences student Aramoana Andrews recently took part in a design challenge aiming to make Tauranga a student-friendly city.
New squash scholarship served up to Tauranga student (26 September 2018)
Tauranga student Ben Grindrod is the inaugural recipient of the University of Waikato Squash Scholarship.
Creative art works breathe life into new campus (24 September 2018)
As the University's new home in the Bay of Plenty takes shape, a team of local artists have been selected to create several major artworks for the Tauranga CBD Campus.
Kete o te wānanga: Introducing University Kaumātua, Tamati Tata (24 September 2018)
It is a beautiful winter’s day when the University of Waikato's Kaumātua, Tamati Tata welcomes us onto his tūrangawaewae at Huria Marae, home of Ngāi Tamarāwaho in Tauranga Moana.
Our city as a living laboratory (21 September 2018)
Research Officer Dr Kiri Wallace will talk about effective methods for kick-starting native tree regeneration at the Tauranga Urban Restoration Workshop on Friday 5 October.
Erin the Engineer rocking the world of robotics (13 September 2018)
Alumna Erin Sims is taking on a traditionally male dominated industry.