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Backseat drivers are more helpful than you think (14 July 2020)
Having a passenger in the car can make a trip safer and more enjoyable, compared to driving alone, according to research by University of Waikato psychology professors Samuel Charlton and Nicola Starkey.
Emma Dalton's new role with Recreate NZ, a provider of social and recreational services to the disability community, is good fit for the Tauranga sociology student who wants to make a difference in the lives of others.
Recession hits Māori and Pasifika harder. They must be part of planning New Zealand's COVID-19 recovery (20 May 2020)
As schools and businesses reopen and attention shifts to the longer-term repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is critical that Māori be involved in decision making more equitably than has so far happened.
Research to address inequities in maternal health services for Māori receives A Better Start National Science Challenge funding (18 May 2020)
New research by the University of Waikato aims to address inequities in maternal health services for Māori.
Date Wednesday 5 August 2020 Time 1pm - 2pm Location Dr John Gallagher Concert Chamber, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts
What better way to spend a winter's day then to be warmed by the passionate musical expression of our own Tennant-Austin Duo. These two wonderful musicians, James Tennant (cello) and…
Date Wednesday 5 August 2020 Time 1pm - 2pm Location Zoom ( Meeting ID: https://waikato.zoom.us/j/99967545949?pwd=K2FOUHZvS3lpQVcxQXY4Z3RVdWY0dz09 / Password: 441742 )
The fundamental interconnections between humans and the natural environment cannot be overstated. Human societies have always had to adapt to and change their surrounding environments in order to survive. However…