From the Vice-Chancellor
This year marks the eighth year as a strategic partner with Fieldays, and we look forward to working together on enhancing and growing the agricultural sector both regionally and nationally. This year also marks the University's 50th anniversary, which makes our presence at Fieldays all the more significant.
Although we are a strong player in the region, we are also an institution with strong international connections which stem from our partnerships with other institutions and organisations around the world. While you are at Fieldays, I invite you to visit our Premier Feature stand and find out more about the research we carry out at the University of Waikato. I look forward to seeing you there.
Professor Roy Crawford
Win tickets to Fieldays
Alumni can enter to win one of 10 double passes to Fieldays, simply by registering interest to email@example.com. Winners will be notified 10 June.
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View the interactive map and find out what's on here. Our stand is located in the Premier Feature area at PF10-12.
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Research and innovation at Waikato
The latest Re:think magazine, showcasing Waikato's latest research and innovation highlights, is now available online.
Agri-business Forum: Discover the Waikato AgriHub, 10 June
The University is hosting an agribusiness forum on the eve of Fieldays to discuss progress in the development of the Waikato AgriHub. Featured speakers include AgResearch Chief Executive Tom Richardson, DairyNZ Chief Executive Tim Mackle and Professor of Agribusiness Jacqueline Rowarth.
Waikato Management Short Courses
Women's Business Leadership, 12 June, considers the role of women leadership in highly reliable organisations (HRO) and will aid participants to develop the skills to direct and coordinate their firm's human, technical and organisational resources. Crisis Management and Communication, 26 June, looks at the stages of managing communication in a crisis and developing the ability to manage crisis communication. Discounted rates are available for alumni.
Inaugural Professorial Lectures
This lecture series introduces the University's newest professors to the community. Come along to find out how our people are having a real impact on the world around us.
17 June: Professor Kim Pickering, Faculty of Science and Engineering
15 July: Professor Michele Akoorie, Waikato Management School
Tell us your stories
In celebrating our 50th anniversary, we're also celebrating the achievements of you - our alumni. Get in touch and tell us your story and you could be part of our Jubilee Profiles.
Help us reconnect
Lost Alumni are graduates that we have lost touch with, and we want to be in touch with as many of our graduates as possible. Check the Lost Alumni list to see if you or someone you know is there.
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