Stories from 2014

There are news stories from 2014 - showing page 2 of 16.

  • Data mining with Weka - another MOOC

    12 February 2014
    The University of Waikato is offering its data mining with Weka MOOC for a second time.

  • Doctoral scholarship for Whakatane High School guidance counsellor

    13 February 2014
    Judith Graham is the recipient of a doctoral scholarship awarded by the Wilf Malcolm Institute for Educational Research, and will be looking into how children learn outside formal lessons.

  • New Zealand and US relations looking good

    13 February 2014
    Mr Donegan was speaking at the University of Waikato at the annual Krinock Lecture and told his audience that New Zealand and the US were working co-operatively on many issues, including anti-drug trafficking, anti-piracy, climate change, mine clearing and military exercises.

  • Dairy farming made smarter

    13 February 2014
    Using electronic engineering to help farmers worldwide is an exciting reality for University of Waikato graduate Andrew Russell.

  • University of Waikato celebrates 50 years

    17 February 2014
    University of Waikato 50th celebrations officially began on Friday with the launch of Ko Te Tangata a history of the University's first 50 years.

  • Science graduate's cross-continental coastal research

    20 February 2014
    For Shari Gallop, studying Earth and biological sciences at the University of Waikato provided the perfect stepping stone into a career researching coastal processes.

  • Campus 5km Fun Run and Walk kicks off at University of Waikato

    20 February 2014
    More than 70 participants laced up and gathered at the University of Waikato to take part in the Campus 5km Fun Run and Walk on Monday 17 February.

  • Research symposium explores Indian Media Economy

    20 February 2014
    The New Zealand India Research Institute, JamiaMilliaIslamia University and the University of Waikato's Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences are hosting a two-day research symposium.

  • A productive gap year

    21 February 2014
    Two French engineering students decided the University of Waikato would be a good place to spend part of their gap year.

  • University provides national benefits

    24 February 2014
    The country and the region benefits hugely from the University of Waikato, with thousands of jobs created and millions of dollars generated from its operations.

  • Tauranga Masters student searching for chemical potential of sea sponges

    24 February 2014
    Waikato Masters student Sam McCormack is investigating the bio-chemical composition of sea sponges to classify and identify the different varieties found in the Bay of Plenty.

  • Senior lecturer returns to WiPCE

    24 February 2014
    Sophie Nock is presenting at this year's World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education held at the Kapi'olani Community College on O'ahu in Hawai'i from May 19-24.

  • New students welcomed in Tauranga

    25 February 2014
    The University of Waikato, Tauranga, formally welcomed new students to Windermere Campus yesterday with a powhiri held at Pomare Marae at the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic.

  • Waikato science students tackle cancer and memory research

    25 February 2014
    Three students from the University who have just completed summer studentships where they looked at cancer and memory research.

  • Best ideas can come from the public

    25 February 2014
    Listening to the public can yield the best ideas, says one of the keynote speakers from a recent international symposium held at the University of Waikato.

  • Fresh water - fresh thinking

    26 February 2014
    Waikato's leading fresh water scientists and researchers will be speaking at a forum in Wellington next month with stakeholders and policy makers about the many and varied issues and strategies around water.

  • Education leads rankings boost for University of Waikato

    26 February 2014
    A good start to the year for the University has been given a significant boost with five subject areas assessed as being among the best in the world.

  • Award for research into transnational crime

    27 February 2014
    A chance meeting on Robben Island, outside the prison where Nelson Mandela was held for 27 years, has led to a profitable and rewarding collaboration for Waikato law professor Neil Boister.

  • University marine bike ride part of Seaweek activities

    27 February 2014
    The University's Coastal Marine Field Station staff will lead a coastal bike ride 'with a difference' as part of the Marine Station's annual Open Day on 8 March in Tauranga.

  • New partner for Bay of Plenty Tertiary Partnership

    28 February 2014
    Waiariki Institute of Technology has joined the Bay of Plenty Tertiary Education Partnership, heralding a new era of educational collaboration and more opportunities for Bay of Plenty students.

  • Questioning the hunger number

    3 March 2014
    Professor of Economics at Waikato University John Gibson is part of World Bank funded study looking at many aspects of living standards around the world.

  • Telling our story

    3 March 2014
    Ko Te Tangata – for the people, is a good and appropriate name for a book that tells the story of the University of Waikato’s first 50 years.

  • Launching Mayhem

    6 March 2014
    The University of Waikato is launching its first journal dedicated to creative writing. The online publication has been set up to showcase work from students, staff and alumni of the university.

  • Study options explained at Careers Expo evening

    6 March 2014
    Being able to combine study with her sport at Waikato University was a huge plus for former Campion College student Monique Smith.

  • Capital forum gets ideas flowing

    7 March 2014
    A unique initiative to take a range of leading researchers to Wellington to discuss new ideas around fresh water proved a popular move with stakeholders and policymakers.

  • International award for a couple of Maori researchers

    11 March 2014
    University of Waikato Pro Vice-Chancellor Māori Professor Linda Tuhiwai Smith and husband Professor Graham Hingangaroa Smith have been named 2014 fellows.

  • Pip on track for velodrome event

    11 March 2014
    Cyclist and Sir Edmund Hillary Scholar Pip Sutton is one of five Waikato students taking to the track for the first event being held at the new National Cycling Centre of Excellence Avantidrome near Cambridge.

  • Budgeting and planning at any age

    13 March 2014
    Professor Stuart Locke gave gave his inaugural professorial lecture at the University of Waikato last night on financial literacy.

  • Waikato Management School to Host Global Leaders Forum

    13 March 2014
    Waikato Management School has recognised the need for developing global leaders and will host a Global Leadership Forum targeting corporates in the Bay of Plenty, Waikato and South Auckland regions, and alumni.

  • Conflict – can’t live with it, can’t live without it

    13 March 2014
    Dr John Hoover, US psychologist, educator and author will be presenting his research model on ways to resolve conflict that can have a unifying effect at the Waikato Management School.