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Vice Chancellor Roy Crawford

Solid year reported at University breakfast (10 April 2014)
The University of Waikato recorded a $9.4 million surplus in 2013 and has retained its status as a low-risk institution with plans to increase that surplus to $9.9 million in 2014.

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Law Schools to work closer together after signing (16 April 2014)
The University of Waikato's Te Piringa - Faculty of Law has signed a letter of intent with the School of Law at China's Yantai University.

Bill Flower and Jack Pronger

Flower Fellowship recipient’s research looks to combat soil water shortage on farms (15 April 2014)
As New Zealand farms continue to face problems associated with ongoing drought, University of Waikato doctoral student Jack Pronger, hopes his current research project will contribute to an improvement in pastoral drought resilience.

University of Waikato supports Business Startup Competition (15 April 2014)
The University of Waikato is getting behind local entrepreneurs as proud sponsors of the 2014 INNES48 Business Startup Competition.

Sarah Hyde

Law Student at home in the Waikato (15 April 2014)
The opportunity to gain practical experience while studying made the University of Waikato the ideal choice for Sarah Hyde.

Tauranga teachers: Ashton Hawke, Kristin Potaka, Jess Boerema

University students back together again at Tauranga school (15 April 2014)
The saying “best friends stick together” has rung true for three former University of Waikato students, who are now all teaching together at Tauranga Intermediate school, having flatted together in Hamilton while studying.

Professor Brendan Hicks

University of Waikato increases efforts to care for campus lakes (15 April 2014)
The University of Waikato is urging people to think carefully before disposing of waste, liquids and hazardous products into drains on campus because of the negative impact on the health of the campus lakes.

Tauranga Stakeholder Breakfast

University reports successful year at business breakfast (15 April 2014)
The University of Waikato recorded a $9.4 million surplus in 2013 and has retained its status as a low-risk institution, the Tauranga business community was told this morning.

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