News stories - Waikato Management School
Exploring and embracing diversity (10 May 2023)
Research at the University of Waikato is helping to underpin policy development and decisions designed to improve diversity and inclusion and create more gender-responsive practices across New Zealand organisations.
New Zealand Economics Forum brings together decision makers to drive action (1 March 2023)
The University of Waikato is proud to host the annual New Zealand Economics Forum, which returns as an in-person event at its Hamilton Campus Thursday 2 and Friday 3 March 2023.
Algae to economics: academic promotions announced (1 February 2023)
The University of Waikato has announced its latest round of academic promotions.
Scholarship established to remember alumnus and colleague Huy Vu (16 January 2023)
A scholarship has been established at the University of Waikato to remember alumnus and highly respected University staffer Huy Vu.
Prime Minister’s Scholarship students getting ready to fly (14 December 2022)
While most of us are winding down to a relaxing holiday season, a number of lucky students will spend the next few weeks planning for the trip of a lifetime, thanks to the Prime Minister’s Scholarships.
Scholarship helps recipient spark change for the environment (13 December 2022)
A donor-funded Master of Management Studies project at the University is set to contribute to New Zealand's circular economy, and so is its recipient Gavin Walsh.
New scholarship for women studying business (25 November 2022)
Leading investment specialists Craigs Investment Partners (Craigs) is committing to the next generation of women in business through a scholarship for promising female business students.
Strategic passion leads to Norway (14 November 2022)
A competitive spirit and a passion for strategic management has landed University of Waikato Business Management student Stella McLean a ticket to Norway for the International Case Competition in February.
Strategic moooves: Management students advise Fonterra in 50th WMS Case Competition (21 October 2022)
The iconic 50th Waikato Management School Case Competition held on 19 October saw four finalist teams of management students present their business strategies for Fonterra to a panel of judges, including Fonterra Chief Financial Officer Marc Rivers.
NFT - Not a Fair Trade? (7 October 2022)
Non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, have become part of the common lexicon. Twitter, Instagram, and even the MTV VMAs have become home to influencers extolling the virtues of the digital assets.