• Composing his way to Comic-Con (10 July 2018)

    Waikato alum Tristan Fisher composed the music for the New Zealand short film Shelldon, which will screen at Comic-Con's International Independent Film Festival this month.

  • An independent Māori voice in Parliament: Hon Te Ururoa Flavell (6 July 2018)

    Former Māori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell will talk about his experience of the 2017 election at a public seminar at the University of Waikato on Thursday 18 July. His topic is ‘Does the nation want an independent Maori voice in Parliament?'

  • When dieting becomes a disorder (3 July 2018)

    Have you or someone you know had dieting get out of control? University of Waikato Masters student Katie Babbott is researching community-based treatments for disordered eating.

  • The vital role of fathers in breastfeeding (28 June 2018)

    Angga Rahadian, the winner of this year’s 3MT Masters Competition, is researching the vital role fathers play in breastfeeding success.

  • A team like no other (25 June 2018)

    Students asked for it, and they got it – a masters degree in professional writing at the University of Waikato.

  • Deterring cyber attacks: old problems, new solutions (6 June 2018)

    Dr Joe Burton looks at how we change responses to cyber attacks.

  • Gloves on to fight depression (5 June 2018)

    Sponsored by the University, social science student Melanie Bach took part in a charity boxing tournament last month, after taking up the sport to manage her anxiety.

  • Shedding old stereotypes (22 May 2018)

    The Men’s Shed movement has taken the stereotype of men isolated in their back sheds into a new space, where researchers have found a positive future for retirement.

  • Research grant of more than $200,000 for new ways to detect cancer (17 May 2018)

    Can dogs really sniff out cancer? Thanks to a grant from the Health Research Council of New Zealand University of Waikato’s Tim Edwards can now test the theory in a clinical setting.

  • University of Waikato lecturer wins Sign Language award (11 May 2018)

    Dr Laura Haughey has been given the NZSL in Arts Award for her work on creating ground breaking theatre accessible for both Deaf and hearing audiences.

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