Embracing future-focussed learning (11 March 2019)
Taumata School in Tauranga advocates the sort of innovative education environment that drew University of Waikato teaching graduates Dan Priest and Sjaan McDivitt to become founding teachers.
Tauranga early childhood student’s heart of gold (14 January 2019)
Tauranga mother of six Charlotte Hartley, who was awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s Adult Learner’s Award and TeachNZ Scholarship last year, returns to study a Master of Teaching and Learning.
Bittersweet celebration for graduating soulmates (17 December 2018)
Whanganui River couple, Tim and Maggie Pauro, graduated at Te Kohinga Mārama Marae last week with a Bachelor of Teaching (Primary – Mixed Media Presentation (MMP).
Leaving a WSU legacy (13 December 2018)
Nexus editor Lyam Buchanan and WSU President Candra Pullon both graduated from the University of Waikato this week, each leaving a student legacy and long list of achievements behind them.
Ko wai au I te Ao, I te Poo? (10 December 2018)
Getting her Masters degree before 50 was one of many challenges this grad has met.
Dream job, no loan (6 December 2018)
Next week’s graduation will be special for Golden Jubilee Scholar Anna Caudwell, who will graduate without a student loan and with a long list of academic and personal achievements to look back on.
Dancing from the heart (3 December 2018)
December’s graduation ceremony will mark the end of an academic journey and the start of a year-long travel adventure for 21-year-old dancer Courtney Richmond.
Antarctica, a degree and a business too (30 November 2018)
Nick Humphries, graduating after action-packed study years.
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.