News stories - School of Education
Rhythm and resilience: A deputy principal’s inspiring journey to success (30 March 2023)
A talented dancer and performer, Caroline Gill has had a long history with the University of Waikato, achieving multiple qualifications in sport, dance and education, which has helped shape her career.
Waikato alumnus awarded prestigious University Medal. (7 March 2023)
The University of Waikato has awarded its prestigious University of Waikato Medal to alumnus Rob McGowan for his significant and sustained contribution to protecting Aotearoa’s Indigenous ecosystems.
Exchange students fly high in Denmark and Singapore (1 March 2023)
While most of us were on summer holiday, a group of third-year University of Waikato students were halfway around the world, combining study with an overseas experience.
Algae to economics: academic promotions announced (1 February 2023)
The University of Waikato has announced its latest round of academic promotions.
Prime Minister’s Scholarship students getting ready to fly (14 December 2022)
While most of us are winding down to a relaxing holiday season, a number of lucky students will spend the next few weeks planning for the trip of a lifetime, thanks to the Prime Minister’s Scholarships.
New children’s literature qualification launches (14 December 2022)
Are you inspired by Joy Cowley, Gavin Bishop, Selina Tusitala Marsh or Margaret Mahy?
Te Maiea o te Rangi; the sun rises on a new opportunity for te reo (11 November 2022)
A new opportunity to take te reo to the world has risen at the University of Waikato as the Māori Medium Education Programme, Te Maiea o te Rangi opens to school leavers and career changers with a passion for te reo Māori and teaching.
University of Waikato researchers honoured at Royal Society Te Aprārangi awards (10 November 2022)
Two University of Waikato academics were honoured at the Royal Society Te Apārangi awards held in Hamilton last night.
Picturing a better future for children with ADHD (29 September 2022)
A University of Waikato PhD student is designing picture books for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) to enhance their reading engagement.
Teacher aide course fills the gap (12 September 2022)
A new online course is supporting teacher aides to work with Covid-impacted school students