Computing & Mathematical Sciences News
Waikato appoints three new Professors (25 January 2022)
University of Waikato Vice-Chancellor Professor Neil Quigley has announced promotion to Professor for three academics, and seven promotions to Associate Professor.
Sir William and Lady Judi Gallagher announce further support for University of Waikato with new scholarship (29 November 2021)
Hamilton philanthropists Sir William and Lady Judi Gallagher will fund eight new scholarships a year to support students studying across a range of subjects.
International alumnus working to minimise cyber security threats (25 November 2021)
With cyber security threats on the rise, University of Waikato alumnus Eric Wang is working hard to protect New Zealand organisations from the challenges they face in an increasingly digitised world.
Thanks to Waikato, Youyou Gao is now where she's always wanted to be (22 November 2021)
Originally from Hefei, China, Youyou Gao thrived at the University of Waikato studying computer graphic design.
Scholarship fast-tracks Leo helping people at risk of cyber attacks (26 October 2021)
Thanks to scholarship support, current Master of Cyber Security student Leo Oliver-Dowling is well on his way to reaching his goal of helping protect internet users against malicious cyber attacks.
Industry CEO proud to support opportunities for female STEM students (8 September 2021)
A new scholarship has been established to support female students studying STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects at the University of Waikato.
Hundreds of Māori high school students will soon be inspired to take up STEMM subjects and careers, as part of a new collaboration agreement announced today between the University of Waikato and Pūhoro Charitable Trust, and supported by the Ministry of Education.
After working in the IT industry in India for nearly a decade, Giridharan Selvanathan decided to upskill with a Master of Cyber Security Studies at the University of Waikato.
Emily Nguyen, from Vietnam, had heard great things about the University of Waikato before she started studying here. Now, she has a Bachelor of Design and is working in a dream job in Wellington.
The beginnings of Computer Programming at the University (30 July 2021)
Keith Jones was a student at the University of Waikato in the 1960s when the first computer arrived and he was instrumental in helping University staff learn about a computer and how to use it.
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