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Partnership launched with South Waikato

The University of Waikato has launched a new initiative in partnership with the secondary schools and communities of Tokoroa and Putaruru.

Cyber law specialist new law dean

Waikato's Te - Piringa Faculty of Law has a new dean. He's Associate Professor Wayne Rumbles, a cyber law specialist who's had a long association with the University of Waikato.

Recent Stories

  • Volcanic pilgrimage for Fulbright scholar (2 July 2015)

    A Fulbright Science and Innovation Graduate Award has paved the way for Ben Simons to research persistently active volcanic systems.

  • Waikato student makes Māori All Blacks squad (1 July 2015)

    University of Waikato club rugby player Jacob Skeen has been named in the 26-man Māori All Blacks squad for 2015.

  • Exhibition sure to SPARK interest (30 June 2015)

    One of New Zealand’s most prominent artists will host an exhibition expected to create plenty of interest in Hamilton next month.

  • University appoints new research manager (29 June 2015)

    The University has appointed a full-time Auckland-based Research and Innovation Manager, Dr Eric Walton. His role is to build linkages between the University and the business community, and help secure research funding, working primarily with the health, science, arts, ICT and business sectors.

  • BMXer off to Belgium (29 June 2015)

    Twelve-time national champion and first-year Sir Edmund Hillary scholar Codi Merito is getting set for the UCI BMX World Championships in Belgium this July.

  • Students explore options at Windermere Open Day (29 June 2015)

    Secondary school students from throughout the Bay of Plenty arrived at the Bay of Plenty Windermere campus last Friday.

  • UK tour for Waikato quartet (26 June 2015)

    Cellist group Quattro are off to the UK for six weeks in July after winning the 2015 Royal Over-Seas League (ROSL) Music Scholarship.

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