News and Updates

Investigating prosperous indigenous groups
Dr Robert Joseph received a Fulbright scholarship to study prosperous indigenous groups in North America.

Firm chosen to build tertiary campus in Tauranga
The University of Waikato has chosen Hawkins Construction to build the new Tauranga CBD tertiary campus development.

PM’s scholarship sends Waikato students to Asia
Three students from the University of Waikato will be jetting off to Asia soon under the Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia (PMSA).

Nicole’s prize-winning business idea to make scholarships more accessible
A $10k prize will help make University of Waikato Management School student Nicole Calderwood’s business idea a reality.

Waikato health researchers win major grants
Professor of Population Health Ross Lawrenson has been awarded two project grants from the Health Research Council worth nearly $2.4 million dollars.

In-orchard robots leading change at Fieldays
Kiwifruit and apple pickers of the robot kind make their stage debut at the 2017 New Zealand Agricultural Fieldays today.

Making music – student composers testing their scores
Four music composition students have been selected to take part in the annual Young Composers Workshop being held in Nelson in July.

Partnership with Shanghai goes from strength to strength
The University of Waikato and Shanghai International Studies University have commemorated their 20-year partnership.

Waikato among top 1.1% of universities worldwide
With the release of this year’s global rankings, the University of Waikato is now counted among the top 1.1% of universities in the world, the latest step in a remarkable story that has seen the university climb the rankings by more than 100 places in the last four years.

Fieldays scholarship winner announced
This year’s New Zealand Agricultural Fieldays scholarship winner, Shannon Hunter, is conducting research that will make an important contribution to New Zealand’s growing avocado industry.

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