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University of Waikato’s Best Presented Mashup 2015 Award goes to Tauranga Girls' College

10 Apr 2015

On 28 and 29 March the Bay of Plenty Mashup 2015 competition had students competing for different awards in Tauranga. The University of Waikato's Best Presented Mashup 2015 Award went to 'Lemons', a team from Tauranga Girls College.

WaikatoLink sells spinout 11Ants Analytics to Air New Zealand and Aimia

9 Apr 2015

WaikatoLink Limited, the commercial arm of the University of Waikato, announced today that it has completed the sale of the business of spinout company 11Ants Analytics to a joint venture between Air New Zealand and Aimia Inc.,

Sustainability focus for Indonesian expedition

2 Apr 2015

Two students from the Faculty of Computing & Mathematical Sciences have spent 10 days in Indonesia at an event focused on improving sustainability in developing countries.

Cyber security scholarship launched

31 Mar 2015

A new scholarship launched today will support a student studying towards a Master of Cyber Security (MCS) qualification at the University of Waikato.

Funding boost sees Code Avengers spread its wings

20 Mar 2015

A successful tech company that teaches computer coding to students has been given a $60,000 boost by Youth Minister Nikki Kaye.

Alan Turing Prize no enigma for Tom

13 Mar 2015

He's one of the biggest names in Mathematics and Computer Science, and since 1991 has had a university prize named after him.

Pacific students benefit from Edna Money Scholarships

27 Feb 2015

The inaugural three recipients of the Edna Money Future Pacific Leaders Scholarship were welcomed to the University of Waikato in late February.

New professor looks to a future in data

13 Feb 2015

It's a long way from Vienna to Hamilton, but it's a move Bernhard Pfahringer is glad he made. After 15 years on the staff at the University of Waikato, Bernhard has just been made a professor.

Grant to promote cyber security

5 Feb 2015

A $33,000 Education New Zealand grant will help promote New Zealand's only masters degree in cyber security throughout ASEAN markets and enable the University of Waikato to further develop partnerships with organisations in the region.

Emeritus Prof Witten reviews first Massive Open Online Course in New Zealand

16 Jan 2015

Will Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) change the face of tertiary education in the future and what can Digital Cities - locally focussed online networks - mean for the local economy?

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