2018 Stories from the University of Waikato

There are 10 news stories from 2018 - showing page 1 of 1.

  • Investigating sustainable energy systems (22 January 2018)

    The University is hosting the world's first conference on industrial electronics for sustainable energy systems.

  • The sweet taste of research success (19 January 2018)

    The mysteries of the X-factor behind Mānuka honey are being uncovered by University of Waikato researchers.

  • Leading the world's best (18 January 2018)

    Some of the world's best hockey teams are competing this week at the University of Waikato Men's Four Nations in Tauranga and Hamilton. Belgium head coach Shane McLeod is hoping to start 2018 off with a bang.

  • The price of sugar (17 January 2018)

    New research from University of Waikato academic Dr Lynne Chepulis shows that the beverage industry in New Zealand continues to be saturated with high-energy, low-nutrition beverages that are heavily marketed and readily available.

  • Top writer joins Waikato (16 January 2018)

    Catherine Chidgey is joining the English Programme at the University of Waikato in a full-time academic position from February this year.

  • The Game Changers (16 January 2018)

    Researching the digital lives of Muslim sportswomen.

  • Waikato Emeritus Professor recognised in 2018 Honours list (12 January 2018)

    Emeritus Professor Roger Moltzen has been made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to education.

  • Waikato lecturer is living the talk (11 January 2018)

    Forget about ‘walking the talk’, University of Waikato lecturer Chris Brough believes in ‘living the talk’.

  • Sir Edmund Hillary Medal awardees announced (9 January 2018)

    Cellist Matthias Balzat and and all-rounder Stacey Waaka given prestigious award.

  • Waikato alum conquers Mount Chimborazo (8 January 2018)

    Tim Stewart conquers Mount Chimborazo, the farthest point from the centre of the Earth.