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Habitat build underway on campus

If you build it, they will come and with the Habitat build on campus now underway, staff and students have been putting in some hard labour to get the job done.

Waikato University nails it

The University of Waikato is calling on staff and students to put down their laptops and books and pick up hammers and nails to be part of a Habitat Build taking place on campus.

Recent Stories

Pacific students benefit from Edna Money Scholarships (27 February 2015)
The inaugural three recipients of the Edna Money Future Pacific Leaders Scholarship were welcomed to the University of Waikato in late February.

Thomas Macdonald

Applications open for Fieldays® scholarship (26 February 2015)
Applications are now open for the 2015 New Zealand National Agricultural Fieldays Sir Don Llewellyn Scholarship.

Kimberley and Dodj

Fundraising to get to the UN (25 February 2015)
For Kimberley Kilgour, you get the feeling she doesn’t let the phrase “giving up” enter in to her vocabulary.

University Crest

New Zealand falling behind in sustainable business practices (24 February 2015)
There is a growing demand by New Zealand businesses for a return to government intervention in sustainable development issues, says one of the keynote speakers at the Sustainability Symposium.

Natalie Good

Unplanned trip home for Hillary medallist (20 February 2015)
International snowboarder Natalie Good will be back in New Zealand to pick up her Sir Edmund Hillary medal from the University of Waikato.

Professor Craig Cary

Antarctic research to benefit from MBIE funding for NZ-Korea collaboration (19 February 2015)
The University of Waikato was one of three multi-institutional joint research projects with the Republic of Korea to be awarded funding through a newly established bilateral funding scheme.

Dean Sandwell and Clare Beet

Icy expedition for Raglan locals (19 February 2015)
‘It’s a small world after all’ for Clare Beet and Dean Sandwell who found themselves on the same flight to Antarctica to partake in research for the University of Waikato.

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