From the Vice-Chancellor
Professor Roy Crawford
The University of Waikato has been a strategic partner of the National Agricultural Fieldays for seven years and once again we welcome this important opportunity to showcase the innovative work we are doing in the agricultural sector to the community, the region and the nation.
No other tertiary organisation is as in-tune with the agricultural community and working as hard to provide solutions to the serious issues facing farming over the years. Our world-class researchers are among the best in their fields and we lead the way in important agricultural ideas such as agribusiness, land ownership, environmental impacts, climate change and soil remediation.
Our staff are recognised internationally for their worl and our students provide strong links to the wider agricultural sector in the Waikato.
I hope you enjoy learning how our researchers and students are adding value to land-based industries; we look forward to seeing you at our Fieldays stand.
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Research and innovation at Waikato
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Inaugural Professorial Lecture Series; introducing our newest Professors to the community. Professor Ilanko Ilanko, Faculty of Science and Engineering, discusses the 'mistaken negative mass' at his inaugural lecture on 25 June.
Wellington Young Alumni event Join us for Waikato's first-ever young alumni event, 27 June at Southern Cross Garden Bar & Restaurant in Wellington.
WMS Excellence in Practice Series A free series featuring industry leaders from here and overseas. 28 June: Lain Jager, CEO of Zespri International discusses differentiating kiwifruit in the global market.
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