Politicians in many countries around the world claim to be experiencing a “housing crisis”. But how do they define it, who is affected, and what is the cause?
Student takes once-in-a-lifetime trip to Japan with JENESYS (6 March 2020)
A cultural exchange to Japan through the JENSEYS programme was a once in a lifetime opportunity for Davin Franks who returned to New Zealand with a new way of looking at the world.
Hillary Medalists announced for 2020 (4 March 2020)
A former dentistry student who followed her passion for theatre and an elite endurance swimmer who is now giving back to the sport through coaching are the Sir Edmund Hillary Medallists for 2020.
100% climate resilient? (2 March 2020)
New research asks how prepared is Aotearoa’s highly valuable tourism sector for the coming impacts of climate change?
Waikato commuters committed to their travel mode of choice - cars (24 January 2020)
Waikato people are wedded to their cars and although they want to use more sustainable travel choices, they believe it’s too hard.
Corruption Perceptions Index ‘biased’ and ‘flawed’ (24 January 2020)
A University of Waikato researcher has called Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index, released this week, a biased survey based on flawed methodology.
It’s “haere rā” for Sky Ma (10 January 2020)
Chinese international student Sky (Ziqi) Ma graduated with a Bachelor of Social Work month after four years of study at the University of Waikato's Tauranga campus.
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