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  • How to live a legacy (30 November 2018)

    PhD student Season-Mary Downs has been given an award from the Māori Law Association to recognise her work in the Northland community.

  • Packing a political punch (19 October 2018)

    In an effort to increase the number of young New Zealanders voting, social enterprise Seed Waikato organised a political panel event at the University of Waikato last week.

  • Hard work bears fruit for Waikato graduate (4 October 2018)

    Lauren Werrey works as a Bear Manager at Animals Asia's Vietnam Bear Rescue Centre, looking after 178 bears rescued from wildlife traders and poachers.

  • Return to sender (27 September 2018)

    Home after 14 years: a library book’s epic journey.

  • Erin the Engineer rocking the world of robotics (13 September 2018)

    Alumna Erin Sims is taking on a traditionally male dominated industry.

  • Geologist, mum, volunteer, author – four seasons of career (12 September 2018)

    Since graduating with a Bachelor of Science followed by a Master of Science in the mid '90s, Nicola McGunnigle has worked the full gambit of geologist roles, while juggling motherhood and volunteer work, and has now written her first book: Four Seasons in Nepal.

  • Waikato alumni doing their bit (10 September 2018)

    Three University of Waikato graduates are the driving force behind an innovative project to provide every Waikato Year 7 student with a micro:bit computer.

  • Top lawyer a Waikato distinguished alumna (10 August 2018)

    Miriam Dean QC began her tertiary study with a Bachelor of Social Sciences at the University of Waikato.

  • University’s not just for smart, rich people (2 August 2018)

    Applications for the Otumoetai Trust Undergraduate Scholarship have just opened, and previous winner Victoria Gimblett encourages eligible students to apply.

  • English, art and education – Helen’s mastering them all (27 July 2018)

    With a career in education and a passion for art, Helen English is studying toward a Master of Education in Arts Education and is a dual recipient of the 2018 Waikato Alumni Scholarship.

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