• Family first, study later (7 December 2018)

    Mavae Ahio took longer than expected to get his degree, but he's just fine with that.

  • Mental Health Inquiry a wasted opportunity (5 December 2018)

    Dr Waikaremoana Waitoki looks at whether the report from the Government Inquiry into Mental Health and Addiction hits the mark.

  • Uniting new science and traditional Māori knowledge (5 December 2018)

    A major Marsden Fund project will combine cutting edge science with Mātauranga Māori to reveal the secrets of pā across the Waikato.

  • Can an app make the experience of pregnancy easier? (5 December 2018)

    Waikato researchers believe they have created an app that can make a real difference for pregnant women, their partners and families.

  • Dancing from the heart (3 December 2018)

    December’s graduation ceremony will mark the end of an academic journey and the start of a year-long travel adventure for 21-year-old dancer Courtney Richmond.

  • The Melanesian Fire (23 November 2018)

    A form of evangelical Christianity swept through the parts of the Pacific like wildfire, and a Waikato researcher is about to chart its course for the first time.

  • Combatting the myth of the unworthy poor (22 November 2018)

    Dr Mohi Rua's looking at ways to curb poverty and the myths around it.

  • The Embrace of our Ancestors (20 November 2018)

    For Dr Waikaremoana Waitoki ‘the embrace of our ancestors’ refers to the need for Māori psychologists to return to the knowledge of their ancestors.

  • Ending the cycle of exploitation for immigrant workers (15 November 2018)

    Waikato’s Professor Francis Collins is one of those leading research for the Government to help curb migrant exploitation in the workplace.

  • A novel approach (2 November 2018)

    The University of Waikato’s new Writer in Residence plans to work on a new novel with a whip in its tail.

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