9 September 2021
Rhodes Scholar, Distinguished Alumnus and CEO supports students at the University of Waikato
Distinguished alumnus Dr Andrew Smith is funding an annual medal in excellence and kicking off a Distinguished Alumni scholarship, both to recognise outstanding student achievements.
8 September 2021
Industry CEO proud to support opportunities for female STEM students
A new scholarship has been established to support female students studying STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects at the University of Waikato.
18 August 2021
Six University of Waikato Environmental Science students receive Sparling Travel Award
Six masters and doctoral students have been given the opportunity to travel throughout New Zealand to present their research findings at conferences, and gain valuable insight into the research economy, thanks to the generosity of Dr Graham and Ruth Sparling.
5 August 2021
Fund set up to remember alumnus Luke O'Dwyer
A fund has been set up at the University of Waikato so friends, family and colleagues of Luke O'Dwyer can make donations to a scholarship or prize in his name.
23 July 2021
Enhancing decades of clinical experience with a health degree
Bachelor of Health student Karen Turanga (Ngāi Tahu) has embarked on tertiary study to complement 30 years of clinical experience in dentistry.
21 July 2021
Young alumni show it's never too early to start giving back
University of Waikato alumni Chelsea Blackstock, 26, and Chris Wakefield, 28, have established a scholarship to support third year science students.
24 June 2021
New Chair in Opera to revitalise Music at Waikato
A new, philanthropically-funded position at the University of Waikato is set to help revitalise music offerings in the Waikato region.
13 May 2021
Creativity and technical know-how a winning combination for engineer
While some of us might think engineering is all about technical know-how, Kaitlin Te Rito loves it because it allows for creativity.
29 April 2021
Chair role enables Engineering to advance at the University of Waikato
Thanks to a philanthropically-funded position at the University of Waikato, Professor in Engineering Mike Duke has been able to advance capability and industry connections to enable the next generation of Waikato engineers to come through.