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Alumna sheds light on biodiversity crisis
A new book by outlining New Zealand's declining biodiversity is as much about providing solutions as it is about highlighting the perilous state of many of our native species.

Ties strengthened with London visit
The University of Waikato's ties with London were strengthened with a visit by Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Alister Jones, who also hosted an alumni and friends event in view of some of London's most famous landmarks.

Risks and challenges pay off for alumna
In 2011, Waikato Management School alumna Belinda Allan made the move from the bright lights of Melbourne to a small town on the Victoria/New South Wales border, Echuca, population: 13,000. The reason, she says, was to test her limits.

The Hawaiian Hobbit
Have you ever wondered what Gollum or Gandalf would sound like speaking Hawaiian? Thanks to Keao NeSmith, you won't have to much longer. The Waikato alumnus has just translated J.R.R Tolkien's "The Hobbit" into Hawaiian.

Nominations open for 2015 Distinguished Alumni Awards
Nominations are being sought from University alumni, staff and the community for the 2015 University of Waikato Distinguished Alumni Awards. These awards celebrate and honour graduates of the University who have made outstanding contributions to their careers and communities.

Join us for an alumni event in London - 10 April
The University of Waikato invites you and a guest to an alumni networking event on board the RS Hispaniola Ship, moored alongside Victoria Embankment, opposite the London Eye, on Friday April 10.

Unplanned trip home for Hillary medallist
International snowboarder Natalie Good will be back in New Zealand to pick up her Sir Edmund Hillary medal from the University of Waikato.

All in a day's work for alumna
Komal Mistry is a bit of a superwoman, balancing a demanding career in finance with New Zealand's largest FMCG company and finding the time to volunteer at a children's hospital.

Getting to know: Ai-lada Chotechuang
Welcome to a new series where we'll be asking alumni the hard questions to get to know them better. First up, Bangkok alumni representative and social sciences graduate, Ai-lada Chotechuang.

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.

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