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Three academics from Te Kura Toi Tangata Faculty of Education have picked up awards at this year's New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE) awards.
A composition by the University of Waikato’s Associate Professor Martin Lodge will be recorded in Berlin in December.
University of Waikato student Tiriana Anderson (Ngāti Maniapoto/Rereahu) is researching tikanga (Māori custom) and why some Māori traditions exist.
Associate Professor Jenny Lee- Morgan has been honoured for her "significant contribution to Māori education".
University of Waikato researchers in collaboration with Rauawaawa Kaumātua Charitable Trust (Rauawaawa) have been awarded more than $900,000 for a new study for the Ageing Well National Science Challenge.
University of Waikato Cybersecurity Programme Head Dr Ryan Ko is one of eight people selected by the government to be part of a Cyber Security Skills Taskforce to address the shortage of cyber professionals in New Zealand.
Minister for Māori Development Te Ururoa Flavell has appointed two prominent Māori academics from the University of Waikato to the Waitangi Tribunal.
A team from the University of Waikato is one of seven featured in a National Geographic documentary series following Kiwi scientists in Antarctica.
A week-long trip to Vietnam by Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley has strengthened the University’s existing links with the country.
High school teachers from across the Waikato have spent a day immersed in science so they can share the hands-on experience with students and help inspire them into research careers.
Professor of Accounting Grant Samkin believes the accounting profession needs to become more open and transparent; and consider the public interest by contributing to social justice and equity - rather than being associated with tax avoidance schemes for wealthy clients.
Five former participants of the Waikato University and Ko Awatea leadership programme have received an international award in Sydney for a youth wellness movement at one of the largest health conferences in the world - Ko Awatea’s Asia Pacific (APAC) Forum.
Schools are often seen as prime places for young people to learn about leadership. But is the way we are supporting young people into leadership experiences working?
Participants at Round the Bridges had the chance to test their resistance to running fatigue on Sunday with sport science experts from the University of Waikato.