Meet the Hamilton e-Tuts!
The e-Tuts team is a group of University of Waikato students who are here to help staff and students in their use of teaching and learning technology tools. Here is our team on the Hamilton campus.
Assalamu'alaikum! My name is Aaminah and I am currently a third year Bachelor of Management studies student here at Waikato. In my free time I love to hang out, go hiking and read a whole ton of books. I am super excited to be a part of the e-Tuts team as I get to work with incredible people and experiment with different kinds of technology!
Assalamu'alaikum! I’m Aasiya and I’m in my first year of a communications degree. I enjoy working as an e-tut as I learn something new everyday! When I’m not working or studying, I like to watch marvel films, make cheesecake and design my journal.
hey fellow students, hows it going? My name is Hardik Mistry and i am originally from India. I am studying towards a engineering degree and am planing to do a masters and possibly planning on studying overseas. I am genralys good with most things and am an all rounder, an can talk about most topics. I am a big fan of anime and love to play around with cars and i enjoy being lazy and playing games.
Talofa lava! My name is Jobenz Manoa and I come from Samoa. I was awarded a scholarship through the New Zealand Aid Programme to study for my Masters in Cybersecurity here at the University of Waikato. I enjoy being part of the e tuts team because it allows me to interact with people from various backgrounds which gives me different perspectives on technology and how it is used. In my spare time, I like playing squash and to Netflix and chill at home.
Bonjour ! I am Kévin, PhD student from France who started at the Faculty of Science and Engineering in September 2017. My background is mostly composed of research projects and internships in ecology and molecular phylogenetics, but I also have a degree in ecological engineering. My PhD project is about using DNA to study the evolution of the divaricate habit, an almost endemic morphological peculiarity of the flora of New Zealand. When I am not PhD-ing, I am learning the violin, hiking, watching movies, and of course working as an e-Tut!
Bula Vinaka and Kia Ora! My name is Mohseen (Mo) and I am from Fiji. Currently, I am completing my Master of Management qualification at University of Waikato. It’s a pleasure to be an Etut because it enables me to further learn and explore technology and at the same time teach staff and students how to use technology effectively and efficiently. During my free time I love to work out, do outdoor activities, explore nature and read inspirational stories.