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Hamilton, city of the future

At the final of Waikato University's Winter Lecture Series for 2014 there were plenty of ideas about how the city might handle growth over the next half century.

First internet connection commemorated

A plaque marking New Zealand's first connection to the internet was unveiled in Hamilton on Wednesday and, unlike that first connection, the ceremony went without a hitch.


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Aquatics Technical Team Leader makes the KuDos Award finals

Dudley Bell’s contribution to science has been recognised with selection as a finalist in the Hill Laboratories Technician/Technologist section of the 2014 KuDos Awards.

Waikato Dean to lead NZ Biological Heritage Science Challenge

Reversing the decline of New Zealand's biological heritage is the mission for a new multi-million dollar national research programme led by the University of Waikato’s Professor Bruce Clarkson.

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Gallagher Great Race

Gallagher Great Race

Come along to the Great Race and witness the best of university rowing by bringing together varsity crews from around the globe to race against our home crew. 13 & 14 September

Kingitanga Day

Kīngitanga Day

Come and enjoy a University-wide programme of presentations, panels, workshops, displays and performances on Kīngitanga Day. 18 September


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Gallagher Great Race 2014

Come along to the Great Race and witness the best of university rowing by bringing together varsity crews from around the globe to race against our home crew. Be sure to catch the action at the Ferry Bank (Grantham St) on September 18, 2014.

Kīngitanga Day 2014 - preview

Kīngitanga Day is an opportunity for students, staff and the wider community to celebrate the University's distinctive identity, heritage and relationships. A fun and vibrant day is anticipated for the University and the community.


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Distinctively Waikato

Waikato has the highest proportion of female professors and associate professors of all New Zealand universities. Women make up one-quarter of Waikato’s professors, and more than one-third of its associate professors.

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Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts

Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts

The Academy hosts performances by professional artists and local community events. Find out what's on at the Academy.

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Josh Blue, Bachelor of Social Sciences/Bachelor of Laws

From first XV to a top level legal team, by way of Mount Everest - passionate rugby player and soon-to-be lawyer Josh Blue is one of our Hillary Scholars. Read More

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