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We continue to climb in the World University Rankings. Times Higher Education (THE) now ranks us third equal in New Zealand!
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Dr Rachael Griffiths-Hughes, lecturer and musician, is part of a group bringing old music to new audiences.
Cellists Santiago Cañón-Valencia and Edward King, Waikato alumni, are now firmly established on the international music circuit.
Major award for working towards a more sustainable planet.
The Royal Society Te Apārangi presents Professor Ngahuia te Awekotuku with the Pou Aronui Award.
Laura O'Flaherty is not letting anything hold her back from achieving her education goals.
Can information and communications technology be used to better diagnose and treat cancer? Professor Yifan Chen from the School of Engineering will discuss this ground-breaking research at his Inaugural Professorial Lecture on 17 October.
PhD student Shaaliny Jaufar wants to know what factors and experiences inspire active young citizens.
Robotics in Primary Industries: The Revolution
University of Waikato scientists were well represented at this year's KuDos Awards for science excellence.
Sky Ma's loving life and study at the University of Waikato in Tauranga.
Business strategist and Waikato alumnus Nick Harvey is headlining TEDx Tauranga this Saturday.
Two student composers have hit the right notes, making the finals of a national competition.
Kia ora: how Māori borrowings shape New Zealand English
Saumaleula Lefeau studies hard and works hard, and her efforts have been rewarded.