From the Vice-Chancellor
Professor Roy Crawford
Welcome to this latest e-news for alumni and friends of the University of Waikato.
It is an exciting time on campus with plans for a new Law and Management Building, recognition for high achievement in a world ranking survey, reaffirmation of our commitment to sustainability at Rio+20, and an impressive line-up for our Winter Lecture Series. Read more
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Te reo Maori in the spotlight: free lecture series celebrating Maori Language Week July 23-29.
Public lecture: Mai Chen 31 July 1.10pm One of the country's most high-profile lawyers will present a lecture discussing issues featured in her new book 'The Public Law Toolbox', which is based on her 25-year career in public law. The lecture will take place in Te Piringa - Faculty of Law, room G.04.
Public lecture: Prof Stephen Cornell 1 August 11am K.G.11 'Indigenous Development: Governance and Nation Building.' Prof Cornell is Director of the Udall Centre for Studies in Public Policy and Professor of Sociology and Public Administration and Policy at the University of Arizona. He has spent the last 20 years working with indigenous nations on governance, economic development and tribal policy issues. Prof Cornell appears courtesy of Waikato-Tainui College for Research & Development.
Wednesdays in August: free public Winter Lecture Series
Alumni & Friends events
Wellington: An Evening with Murray Sherwin, Wednesday 8 August 5.30pm
Hamilton: A Conversation with Warren Gatland, Wednesday 22 August 6.00pm
Waikato Management School Excellence in Practice Series 31 August Gladwyn Mendez of KPMG discusses the use of data-informed business decisions.
Inaugural Professorial Lectures
The University of Waikato invites you to take part in one of our most significant traditions - the Inaugural Professorial Lectures. The 2012 series showcases research from our newest professors.
18 September: Prof Michael Peters, Faculty of Education
9 October: Prof Tina Besley, Faculty of Education
Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts Lunchtime recitals, Black Grace and more.
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Books by Waikato academics
2011 University of Waikato Highlights
Off Campus 2011
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