New awards bestowed on Waikato (18 October 2018)
Groundbreaking academics from the University of Waikato have been honored by the Royal Society Te Apārangi.
Poster students for Psychology research (15 October 2018)
From the effect of social media on Pacific cultural identity to the reason the moon looks bigger on the horizon than in the sky, last week’s Psychology poster session showcased the wide range of questions that Waikato’s honours students have worked hard to answer this year.
Music to his ears (9 October 2018)
Bachelor of Music student Emmanuel Fonoti-Fuimaono will receive a Tertiary Achievement in Pacific Ako (TAPA) award at a special ceremony later this month.
Happiness is breaking out (9 October 2018)
Happiness and wellbeing research is flourishing at University of Waikato.
Forging a vision for security in a new age of disruptive techno-politics (21 September 2018)
Experts from around the country and the world have gathered at University of Waikato to examine technologies that will challenge the very core of the country’s defence and security systems.
Writer in Residence applications now open (20 September 2018)
Each year the University of Waikato invites applications for the position of Writer in Residence.
Counting Ourselves survey for trans and non-binary people getting strong response (19 September 2018)
Researchers have been overwhelmed by the huge response to Counting Ourselves, a community-led survey on the health and wellbeing of trans and non-binary people.
Swarms, Artificial Intelligence and New Zealand’s Security (14 September 2018)
Dr Reuben Steff is looking at how Artificial Intelligence is going to have immense implications for New Zealand’s national security.
Disgusting, grotesque and offensive (11 September 2018)
Dr Dan Weijers is looking at how to deal with the public rejection of new potentially life-saving technologies.
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, ka pai! (10 September 2018)
New research indicates people are using more Māori words in English, as well as understanding a wider range of them.