Events at Waikato Management School

Upcoming events

  • Research seminar: Perceiving the real value - Experimental evidence on the role of inflation communication in long-term investments

    Prof Thomas Langer
    Date Wednesday 21 March 2018
    Time 12pm - 1pm
    Location MSB.1.02, level one, Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    Behavioral research on money illusion shows that investors tend to ignore the effects of inflation and focus on the nominal returns of their investment opportunities. This can have disastrous consequences…

  • Research seminar: Economics of invasive pests and diseases

    Prof Nick Hanley
    Date Wednesday 21 March 2018
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location MSB.1.05, level one, Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    Invasive species are a growing problem world-wide. In this research seminar hosted by Waikato Management School, Professor Nick Hanley (University of Glasgow) will focus on invasive pests and diseases that…

  • Alumni Speaker Session: Vanessa Oshima

    Date Monday 26 March 2018
    Time 6pm - 7pm
    Location Room S.1.04 - University of Waikato, Gate 1, Knighton Road, Hamilton

    For five years University of Waikato alumna Vanessa Oshima, who now lives in Tokyo, has been running everyday to support those she loves who are battling cancer. After hearing her…

  • Agribusiness seminar: Future Food Network

    Cows in field
    Date Tuesday 27 March 2018
    Time 5:30pm - 7:30pm
    Location MSB.1.21, level one, Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    Students and staff with a keen interest in sheep and beef farming are invited to attend a free seminar hosted by the Future Food Network on Tuesday evening, 27 March…

  • Masterclass: What it really takes to be a digital business

    Date Wednesday 28 March 2018
    Time 5:30pm - 7pm
    Location Room MSB.1.36, Te Raupapa Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Rd, Hamilton

    This event is hosted by the Waikato Chamber of Commerce In a world of competing digital demands from Platforms, Big Data, AI, Automation and Mobile Apps - Digital transformation seems…

  • What is your ‘Innovation Score’? - Executive Innovation Bootcamp Workshop 1

    Date Thursday 3 May 2018
    Time 12:30pm - 5:30pm
    Location Waikato Innovation Park, Ruakura, Hamilton

    Registrations are limited to 50 participants. This introductory module encourages attendees to think about their current innovation focus and the scope of products/services that their businesses offer. In partnership with…

Past events

  • Research seminar: A field study of very early soybean adoption in Western Canada

    Prof Richard Gray
    Date Thursday 15 March 2018
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location MSB.1.03, level one, Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    Professor of Agriculture Richard Gray (University of Saskatchewan, Canada) will give a free public seminar at Waikato Management School on 15 March at 1pm. Western Canada's Saskatchewan region is a…

  • Natural Capital and National Wellbeing

    Gabriel Makhlouf
    Date Wednesday 7 March 2018
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location MSB.1.01, Level 1 , Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    The New Zealand Treasury's chief executive Gabriel Makhlouf will give a public address on Wednesday, 7 March on the topic of 'Natural Capital and National Wellbeing'. Members of the public…

  • The relationship among research productivity, research collaboration, and their determinants

    Date Friday 23 February 2018
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location MSB.0.01, level zero, Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road, Hamilton

    World-class scholar Professor Giovanni Abramo, from the Italian National Research Council and the University of Rome, will give a research seminar on Friday, 23 February examining the relationship between collaboration…

  • Effective Visitor Safety Messaging: The Role of Physiological Measurement Tools

    Date Tuesday 13 February 2018
    Time 2pm - 3pm
    Location MSB.1.02, Waikato Management School, Hillcrest Road/Silverdale Road, University of Waikato, Hamilton

    Health and safety is an important concern for visitors to local attractions, as well the tourism industry itself. Visitors may be vulnerable to a range of risks such as crime…

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