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In the spirit of the internationally televised game show, University Challenge on Campus aims to bring together some of the sharpest minds from across the country for the inaugural (non-televised) on-campus event, hosted by the University of Waikato on Sunday 19 November.
There’s a shortage of teachers in New Zealand, mostly in secondary schools, but in Auckland and rural areas in particular, primary school teaching positions are also becoming hard to fill.
The University of Waikato has appointed Dr Troy Baisden to the position of Bay of Plenty Regional Council Chair in Lakes and Freshwater Science.
There's a new scholarship available to PhD students who are studying environmental issues.
The building of the University of Waikato’s new campus on Durham St in the Tauranga CBD is well underway and on schedule for completion in 2019. The multi-million dollar development, which will provide Tauranga with a world-class campus and education offering attracting local, national and international students, forms a key part of the revitalisation plan for the city.
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 – 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.
As part of Royal Society Te Apārangi’s 150th Anniversary celebrations, Dr Jaimie Veale and Professor Tahu Kukutai from the University of Waikato are hosting a talk on Wednesday 8 November to showcase the contributions women researchers are making in New Zealand.
How Māori can benefit from the power of data for health and wellbeing.
The University of Waikato is leading the way with electric vehicles.
Two leading health and sport researchers join Te Huataki Waiora Faculty of Health, Sport and Human Performance.
Dr Cate Curtis, Senior Lecturer in Social Psychology at the University of Waikato, finds a few similarities between Married at First Sight and arranged marriages.
University of Waikato secures $3.6 million in grants.
Science student Kelsey Ferris has secured a year-long internship in the UK.