Psychopathy is a widely misunderstood form of personality disorder, according to the University of Waikato’s Professor of Psychology Devon L.L. Polaschek.
Associate Professor Martin Lodge has been working with the Polaris Quartet of Shanghai on a new music project.
For self-confessed “ungirly girl” Melanie Tregurtha, preparations for what to wear to graduation are not high on her list of priorities.
Mum-of-five and nan-of-two Tangi Walker graduates this week with a Bachelor of Social Work.
Zanian Malepati Steele is graduating with a Bachelor of Social Sciences with honours, a qualification he’s already putting to good use.
Young American film-maker Nick Homler has had his first full-length documentary selected for the 2017 Doc Edge International Documentary Film Festival.
Graduation this Friday (May 5) will be extra special for Kaikohe’s Campbell Gin. His siblings have come from all over New Zealand and Australia to see him graduate.
As soon as BA graduate Emma Nygard receives her degree this week she will be off - moving to Melbourne to start a career in writing.
The Conservatorium of Music’s percussion ensemble had the special opportunity of performing in the public production of Carmina Burana last month.
A new multi-lingual devised theatre production, Salonica, by Equal Voices Arts Company has been invited overseas to perform and tour.
Pregnancy is a time of continuous change – not just physical, but social and emotional.
Watching your baby sleep peacefully is one of the joys of becoming a parent. But have you ever wondered what is happening in this little sleepy head’s mind?
Dame Malvina Major and several Waikato rising stars put on a song-filled evening for Kokako enthusiasts earlier this week.
Music student Matthias Balzat was awarded the top instrumental place and overall grand winner at this year’s New Zealand National Concerto Competition.
A dream of studying abroad in Japan has become a reality for BA student Liam Wright who was recently awarded a Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia (PMSA).
Completing adrenaline-filled activities all over New Zealand is something that FASS student Rereahu Collier has been doing for the past few months.
A team from the School of Psychology has been working for the last three years to develop ‘Positively Pregnant’ – an app for pregnant women.
PhD student Sandhya Fernandez is conducting research that looks at people with a diagnosis of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and how they communicate.
A recent study, led by Dr Thomas Stubbs, shows budget reduction targets and public sector caps, insisted on by the IMF as loan conditions, result in reduced health spending and medical ‘brain drain’ in developing West African nations.
The traditions and performance techniques of taonga pūoro (traditional Māori musical instruments) will be taught through two courses this year.