6 August 2020
Far from home: Helping international students during Covid
Already far from home and adjusting to a new life, international students were impacted heavily by the financial fallout of Covid-19.
8 June 2020
Alumnus donates expertise to NZ COVID Tracer
Like so many during lockdown, alumnus Alan Chew wanted to help. He put his talents towards developing a contact tracing app, the ideas of which now form the basis of the Government's official contact tracing app, NZ Covid Tracer.
3 June 2020
Waikato alumni recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list
A world-leading mathematician, an advocate for Māori language education and a master voyager are just a few of the Waikato alumni who feature in this year's Queen’s Birthday Honours.
22 May 2020
Help at hand for students feeling financial effects of Covid-19
During New Zealand’s coronavirus lockdown many Waikato students have been facing hardship. The Waikato Student Union and Foundation have come together to encourage our community to contribute to the Student Hardship Fund to support those students in need.
20 May 2020
University of Waikato collaborates on global project to secure Antarctica’s future
The University of Waikato, along with other New Zealand universities, has been named as a collaborator on a significant Australian research programme.
14 February 2020
Remembering Tom Shaw: Family gift supports biological sciences students
To remember their brother Tom, the Shaw brothers and their parents established the Tom Shaw Memorial Prize in Biological Sciences for students with outstanding ability in ecology or botany. The prize is now in its 40th year, and the Shaws have committed to funding the prize for a further 20 years.
11 December 2019
Former PM and Chancellor accepts an honorary doctorate
The University of Waikato’s longest-serving Chancellor, the Rt Honourable James Bolger ONZ, accepted an honorary doctorate yesterday.
17 September 2019
Waikato scientists ranked as some of most-influential in the world
23 Waikato scientists appear in a new international database of the 100,000 most influential scientists worldwide. These 23 Waikato scientists, therefore, represent the top 1% most influential scientists worldwide.
16 September 2019
University of Waikato strengthens UK ties with Lancaster University partnership
The University of Waikato has signed a strategic partnership agreement with Lancaster University in Lancashire, UK to further develop the existing relationship between the two institutions.