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Psychology student Rathee Savi wants to know why people choose and use certain modes for their daily commute. She's looking for survey participants.
Congratulations to University of Waikato current and former students who competed in the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast, bringing home two gold medals, two silvers and a bronze.
He’s been a teacher and youth worker, he’s a politician and musician, and now Jamie Strange is a masters scholar.
In 2004, Najila Al Zadjali became the first-ever female Omani student to enrol at the University of Waikato. Next week, she will walk across the graduation stage again, proud to be graduating in a city she now considers home.
Fenna Beets always wanted to be a scientist. This Friday, she fulfils that long-held goal, graduating from the University of Waikato in Tauranga with a Master of Science in Research.
How do you win the ball in a line-out? People have tended to think you just have to be the highest, but research shows it is actually who can get the jumper in the air fastest.
Professor Troy Baisden asks if the approach recommended by the Havelock North inquiry to prevent drinking water contamination can be extended to have a wider impact.
Mobile technology in teaching and learning has been a recurring research focus for Associate Professor Dr Nigel Calder, who has been invited to present his findings at UCL’s London Knowledge Lab and UC Berkeley.
When hockey champion Natasha Fitzsimons graduates at Claudelands next week, she can proudly reflect on her long list of achievements over the past three years.
Terry Halford, once a sweeper of floors, now an environmental engineer.
April’s graduation ceremony will be a special celebration for single mum Kyle Hefferon, who has just completed a Bachelor of Social Sciences majoring in Environmental Planning and Geography.
Violence in prisons is growing, along with prisoner numbers. Between 2010 and 2017, violent incidents and aggressive behaviour nearly doubled. A researcher at the University of Waikato is finding ways to curb that growth and possibly de-escalate it.
Lynley St George is one of only a handful of women graduating in computer science.
Award-winning Visual Designer and Senior Lecturer Chin-En Keith Soo has exhibited all over the world under the name CEKS (his initials) and is showing two pieces at the Tauranga Art Gallery.