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Connecting alumni in Sydney
On a recent visit back to Hamilton, Sydney-based alumna Katie Hudders couldn't believe how much had changed at the University of Waikato since she was last studying on campus in 1999. Katie is the University's alumni representative for the Sydney area.

Alumnus working to bring about "collective change" to communities in Samoa
Jason Hisatake is the Principal Analyst for the Public Service Commission (PSC) in Samoa, and he credits the University of Waikato with instilling in him "the human and professional qualities" that have helped him in his career.

Off Campus 2014 eBook
This year, we are very pleased to be sending our annual Off Campus magazine as an eBook. This issue features inspiring stories of alumni, staff and student successes, and what we have been doing this year at the University of Waikato.

New Vice-Chancellor to take the reins at University of Waikato
A new Vice-Chancellor has been appointed to the University of Waikato - Professor Neil Quigley will lead the organisation from February 2015.

Alumni memories
As the University of Waikato celebrates its 50th anniversary, we also celebrate some of the people that helped us get to where we are today - our alumni. Read on for some of the memories and stories that were submitted this year.

Valuable career advice for young alumni
Internationally recognised, award winning motivational speaker and career guru, Tom O'Neil, spoke recently at a young alumni event in Hamilton.

Hamilton Young Alumni event, November 2014
Alumnus, career coach and motivational speaker Tom O'Neil spoke at an event for young alumni on the importance of having a personal brand and effective career progression.

Law alumni doing excellent business
Six University of Waikato law graduates were winners in the Waikato Business Excellence Awards. They all work at Community Law Waikato, which came first equal in the Not-For-Profit category of the awards.

Auckland Alumni & Friends event, November 2014
More than 80 alumni and friends caught up in Auckland to hear from Distinguished Alumnus and business personality Tenby Powell.

Lyon twins back from Greenland
They say it was great to be away, but it’s even better to be home, back to warm, comfortable beds and plenty of food.

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