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University alumnus has dream job shaping new Pāpāmoa school

University of Waikato alumnus Kris Metcalfe is part of a team of exceptional educators shaping a new primary school in the heart of Pāpāmoa.

ECE teachers essential workers in all but name

Returning to work amidst the outbreak of the Delta variant, early childhood teachers must be recognised as essential workers - and remunerated as such, writes Dr Sue Cherrington.

Canterbury health research projects win funding boost

Five University of Canterbury academics have won grants of over $100,000 each towards their research, with topics including cancer treatments, stuttering in children, and the effects of cannabis use during pregnancy.

eVoting could increase youth voter turnout in local elections

Introducing eVoting could have a positive effect on increasing voter turnout among young people, a University of Otago study suggests.

The science behind health supplement NMN

Auckland University of Technology and Australian health products company, EZZ Life Science, have completed the world’s first review of research into the anti-aging supplement Nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN).

Beyond Zoom, Teams and video lectures — what do university students...

In corporation with academics from other universities around Aotearoa, Associate Professor Cheryl Brown stresses the lack of consideration of students voices on online learning and introduces their Student Online Learning Experiences survey to rectify this issue in an article on The Conversation.

Researchers pinpoint cause of fatigue during pregnancy

Pregnant women now have a scientific reason for skipping the gym during pregnancy; the same hormone gearing up the body for breastfeeding is also telling the brain to relax rather than run.

Waikato researchers help launch circular economy initiatives for business

An $11 million University of Waikato-led research project to develop New Zealand’s circular economy has partnered with the Sustainable Business Network...

New Zealand government takes a calculated risk to relax Auckland’s lockdown...

In an article on The Conversation UC Professor Michael Plank and Professor Shaun Hendy from the University of Auckland assess the risks that come with moving Auckland to Alert Level 3...

New mature student scholarship launches in Tauranga

A new scholarship has been developed to meet the needs of older students in the Bay of Plenty who would like to access education but face challenges in doing so due to their age and stage of life.
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