News stories - Waikato Management School
Student takes once-in-a-lifetime trip to Japan with JENESYS (6 March 2020)
A cultural exchange to Japan through the JENSEYS programme was a once in a lifetime opportunity for Davin Franks who returned to New Zealand with a new way of looking at the world.
International student excellence recognised (6 March 2020)
More than 60 international students have been given a big head-start to their academic year thanks to scholarships and bursaries from the University of Waikato.
Waikato alumna behind local fashion success (5 March 2020)
Stacey McIntosh is the brains behind one of New Zealand’s latest fashion successes, and if you’re a bit clothes-obsessed, it’s likely you’ve heard of it.
Waikato professor accepts two new international appointments (2 March 2020)
University of Waikato Professor of Economics, Anna Strutt, joins some of the world’s best academic researchers working in the field of international trade policy after accepting two new international appointments.
100% climate resilient? (2 March 2020)
New research asks how prepared is Aotearoa’s highly valuable tourism sector for the coming impacts of climate change?
Fully-funded business trip opens doors for management student (28 February 2020)
An all-expenses paid trip to Southeast Asia, which involved interning at Fonterra’s Malaysia branch and rubbing shoulders with key business leaders, has given University of Waikato student Garth Tunnicliffe invaluable insights to the region’s business landscape, and a potential foot in the door.
Research on climate change aims to give voice to Pacific people (27 February 2020)
A University of Waikato researcher says some of the current colonial representations of climate change in the Pacific are obscuring Pacific voices and failing to recognise the importance of Indigenous knowledge in the fight against our changing climate.
University of Waikato announces new professorial appointments (3 February 2020)
Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley has recently acknowledged new Professors and Associate Professors of the University.
The reality of entering an international market and the impact innovation has on economies was brought home to Accounting Major, Sidney-Rei Te Maungarongo Stoneham, on a recent trip to Vietnam.
Gold for three Hillary Scholars in Hong Kong (19 December 2019)
Three Sir Edmund Hillary Scholars from the University have won gold at the Tissot UCI Track Cycling World Cup in Hong Kong.
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