New writer in residence (27 November 2019)
Richard von Sturmer has been appointed writer in residence for 2020.
ALPSSGRAD 2019 Graduate and Postgraduate Conference (15 November 2019)
A very successful ALPSSGRAD Conference was held on 7 and 8 November 2019 at the University of Waikato.
University announced as Headline Partner of NZ Festival of the Arts Writers programme (14 November 2019)
The University of Waikato has been announced as a headline University Partner of the New Zealand Writers Festival
Fighting for Māori data rights (1 November 2019)
Two researchers are helping to pioneer a global initiative that seeks to restore control of data to Indigenous people.
Psychology Research Poster Session 2019 (31 October 2019)
From the topic of memory and attention in everyday driving to the relationship between traumatic brain injury and the risk of reconviction in offenders serving community based sentences, this year’s Psychology poster session showcased a wide range of questions that Waikato’s honours students have worked hard to answer this year.
Kiwi literary talent awarded top prize (10 October 2019)
The inaugural Sargeson Prize was awarded last night – the country’s richest short story prize.
In his Hamilton Public Lecture, Professor Francis L. Collins will address the question of migration, the indirect route he has taken to become a migration researcher and his own discomfort with some of the core claims of the field of migration studies.
Towards a Sociology of New Zealand (25 September 2019)
In his Hamilton Public Lecture, Professor Curtis will start with a discussion of sociology as a problem-solving approach
University of Waikato secures more than $6m in MBIE research funding (17 September 2019)
The University of Waikato has received more than $6 million in research funding from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).
Visual masters for prized photographer (5 September 2019)
Award-winning photographer and filmmaker Todd Henry has just submitted his masters thesis at the University of Waikato, and perhaps unsurprisingly, it involves photographs.