Stories from 2010

There are news stories from 2010 - showing page 13 of 13.

  • Waikato grad among UK’s best and brightest PR stars

    13 December 2010
    Commissioning artworks and helping a charity at the same time might not be the first thing to spring to mind when you’re looking at ways to promote SQL databases, but it’s ideas like these that have put Waikato University graduate Matt Lambert at the top of his profession.

  • Waikato masters student captures Hamilton choir's history

    13 December 2010
    Waikato University masters student Phillippa Ulenberg has long been fascinated with musical history, and has recently documented sixty years of the Hamilton Civic Choir's history.

  • Weeding out the lakes’ waters

    15 December 2010
    While most of us are in need a makeover and detox after the festive season, Waikato University’s campus lakes are receiving their annual clean out before Christmas, with the removal of the curly-leaf pond weed, Potamogeton crispus.

  • Summer science fun at Waikato University

    16 December 2010
    A week packed full of exciting field trips and lab work, provided a memorable end to 2010 for the secondary school students attending the Hill Laboratories Waikato Science Summer School last week.

  • University students receive Freemasons awards

    16 December 2010
    Eleven students from the Faculty of Education’s Human Development and Counselling programme at the University of Waikato in Tauranga received top awards last week in an annual prize giving hosted by the Gate Pa Masonic Lodge.

  • Academic audit praises University of Waikato

    17 December 2010
    The University of Waikato has been commended in an academic audit for its Māori distinctiveness, its care of students, its commitment to the regions it serves and its focus on research-led teaching.

  • Respected Waikato professor retires after 35 year career

    17 December 2010
    One of Waikato University’s best-known and longest serving professors is retiring. Professor Jane Ritchie has spent 35 years researching topics that have helped shape legislation and behaviours in New Zealand.