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Two busy mothers studying to be teachers have been presented with University of Waikato Adult Learner awards.
A University of Waikato lecturer is looking at how dogs can be used for lung cancer screening.
Steve Outram left school at 15, took up tertiary study at 49. Now he's one of the university's top mature students.
University of Waikato researchers have won three lots of funding from the government worth nearly three million dollars.
Dr Rangi Matamua's book Matariki - The Star of the Year was a hit in English, and now it's available in te reo Māori.
He had to have his arm twisted to enter an international competition, but chemical engineer Associate Professor Johan Verbeek is glad he made the effort.
Four University of Waikato wāhine passionate about the taiao (environment) win Dame Te Atairangikaahu Scholarships.
Waikato alumna Nikki Kennedy is a businesswoman and an active advocate for te reo Māori.
University of Waikato scientists are part of an international team monitoring changes in a delta vulnerable to climate change and rising sea levels.
The University of Waikato and George Mason Charitable Trust have teamed up for a new and integrated study of Taranaki's land, freshwater and coast.
Could online games be the solution to the world’s biggest problems? According to University of Waikato Senior Lecturer Dianne Forbes, they might be.
Join Dame Margaret Clark and Dr Jon Johansson in Tauranga on Thursday 14 September for the third event in the free Tauranga lecture series for discussion on New Zealand's political history, its cycles of politics and campaign performance.
From 300 wannabes, 24 students were chosen for the 2017 Top Student Awards – two from Waikato.
Residents from Parihaka and former members of Ngā Tamatoa activist group will be on campus for Kīngitanga Day this Thursday 14 September. It's a public event.