4 May 2018
Scholar, dreamer, rabble-rouser - now Emeritus Professor
Dr Ngahuia Te Awekotuku was the first Māori woman to earn a PhD in Aotearoa, now she has come full-circle with the University of Waikato confering on her the title of Emeritus Professor.
9 January 2018
Sir Edmund Hillary Medal awardees announced
Cellist Matthias Balzat and and all-rounder Stacey Waaka given prestigious award.
6 October 2017
University of Waikato’s pioneering joint institute opens in China.
The University of Waikato has opened its doors to students at the new joint institute in Hangzhou, becoming the first New Zealand university to deliver full degree programmes in China.
2 October 2017
From words to music
Two student composers have hit the right notes, making the finals of a national competition.
22 September 2017
Three very Smart Ideas
University of Waikato researchers have won three lots of funding from the government worth nearly three million dollars.
15 September 2017
Four tauira win Dame Te Atairangikaahu scholarships
Four University of Waikato wāhine passionate about the taiao (environment) win Dame Te Atairangikaahu Scholarships.
28 August 2017
Medical School announcement acknowledges rural health crisis
National’s election promise to establish a School of Rural Medicine acknowledges the extent of the health crisis facing rural and vulnerable New Zealanders, says Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley.
18 August 2017
One week in Bangkok...
A week-long international leadership symposium in Thailand proved educational, informative and entertaining for Communications student Crystal Tawhai.
10 August 2017
A sound argument
Professor Jonathan Scott has received seed funding from the SfTI National Science Challenge to investigate new and faster methods to measure sound.