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  • Keao NeSmith is passionate about the revival of the Hawaiian language and has translated The Hobbit into Hawaiian - Ka Hopita.

  • Chris Roberts is the Chief Executive of the Tourism Industry Association of New Zealand, the largest representative body for the tourism industry.

  • Andrea Dekrout's career has seen her working with disadvantaged communities in Papua New Guinea and tigers in Botswana, to her current job as an environmental adviser at the United Nations Commissioner for Refugees in Geneva.

  • Graduands pose in Civic Square before marching to Claudelands.

  • Peter Allen (front right) became the University of Waikato's first graduate in 1967.

  • Waikato alumni catch up at an event in London.

  • Hamilton property developer Andrew Yeoman is an advocate for sustainable practices and urban design principles.

  • Alumni and friends catch up at a University of Waikato event in Jakarta.

  • Distinguished Alumna Hinewehi Mohi is a critically-acclaimed singer/songwriter and the founder of the Hineraukatauri Music Therapy Centre.

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Alumni honours
We are proud to recognise alumni and staff that have been named in the New Year's and Queen's Birthday Honours lists.

Jet setting her career - literally
University of Waikato alumna Clare Johnson is an expert in social media. And she’s putting that expertise to the test in her dream job at Air New Zealand.

Doing the extras gets you the job
For Jess Howse, it was the internships and extra-curricular activities she had under her belt that gave her an edge when she was applying for a job.

Alumna's project aims to help athletes achieve their dreams
Hayley Gilchrist knows how difficult it can be to achieve sporting success when you don't have the funding and resources to support you. The sport and leisure studies graduate, who has competed nationally in hurdling and athletics, has set up a Pledge Me page to raise funds for a project to provide athlete testing services for profiling purposes.

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