Remembering Tom Shaw: Family gift supports biological sciences students (14 February 2020)
To remember their brother Tom, the Shaw brothers and their parents established the Tom Shaw Memorial Prize in Biological Sciences for students with outstanding ability in ecology or botany. The prize is now in its 40th year, and the Shaws have committed to funding the prize for a further 20 years.
Two University of Waikato graduates are putting their tech skills to use for the greater good at Imagimation, a Waikato social enterprise that develops software to benefit local communities' quality of life.
Waikato Alumni and former staff recognised in 2020 New Year Honours (6 January 2020)
Six University of Waikato alumni and former academic staff members have been recognised for their achievements in the 2020 New Year Honours list.
Famous Chinese literary genius got his inspiration from Waikato (21 November 2019)
When Ma Boyong first stepped foot on New Zealand soil in back in 2001, he was a young international student, knew no one, and spoke very little English.
Extraordinary Things to take the stage (6 November 2019)
Next week's event will celebrate student talent and honour the life and legacy of Sir Edmund Hillary.
Waikato students can “breathe easy” thanks to new scholarship (31 October 2019)
A new scholarship is available to University of Waikato students thanks to the generosity of Waikato alumnus and Tauranga entrepreneur Jay Thomas and his wife Teri.
Distinguished Alumni Honoured (21 October 2019)
Three exceptional alumni were honoured at the Distinguished Alumni Awards last Friday.
University of Waikato award recognises international PR specialist (15 October 2019)
The man who co-founded international strategy and PR agency SweeneyVesty will be returning to New Zealand from New York to receive a Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of Waikato.
Where accounting and finance at the University of Waikato can take you (11 October 2019)
Vittoria Shortt is the CEO of ASB, charged with leading the bank into the future against the backdrop of rapidly evolving technologies, continual market disruption and ever-increasing customer expectations.
Prolife CEO acknowledged by University of Waikato (9 October 2019)
A man who completed his PhD in physics at Oxford University and then built an international business career in the grocery sector is being presented with a Distinguished Alumni Award by the University of Waikato.