12 December 2023
New on-campus business precinct and co-working space for the University of Waikato
The University of Waikato is gearing up to launch HIKO hub, an innovative business precinct and co-working space at the Hamilton campus that will strengthen ties between the business community and the University.
3 November 2023
Scholarship for Climate Change
A Mount Maunganui student and keen surfer is the inaugural recipient of the Toi Moana Climate Change Scholarship awarded by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council
18 August 2023
Scholarship recipient honours cherished former staff member
Third year Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Science student, Petra Guy, is the inaugural recipient of the Huy Tien Vu Scholarship.
19 July 2023
University of Waikato Medical School funding backed by Momentum Waikato
Funding for a Graduate School of Medicine at the University of Waikato will be supported by community foundation Momentum Waikato if the proposal is implemented after this year’s general election.
15 June 2023
Scholarship supports two worthy women in technology
The inaugural Endace Women in Technology Scholarship has been awarded to two University of Waikato students: software engineering student Abbie Reid and computer science student Emily McCullagh.
15 June 2023
Inaugural scholarship recipient committed to furthering women in business
A new scholarship supporting more women to study business at the University of Waikato has helped its first protege, who is now encouraging others to follow in her footsteps.
24 April 2023
Pioneering Psychology Professor leaves peaceful parenting legacy
The University of Waikato sadly acknowledges the passing of Emeritus Professor Jane Ritchie OBE, at the age of 87.
13 March 2023
Scholarship enables inaugural recipient to contribute to the redevelopment of Tauranga City
University of Waikato first-year Bachelor of Engineering student Nathan Bailey is the inaugural recipient of the Tauranga Moana Futures Scholarship.
1 February 2023
Philanthropically-funded role enables Music to grow
Thanks to a philanthropically-funded position, internaitonal opera singer Madeleine Pierard has been able to set plans in motion to help grow music, particularly opera, at the University of Waikato.