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Business students win Championship in HSBC/HKU Hong Kong Business Case Competition

The 2021 HSBC/HKU Hong Kong Business Case Competition of this year encourages students to combine business thinking and sustainable development strategies to promote...

New scholarship to support ground-breaking research on female athletes’ use of menstrual tracking apps

As the high-performance sporting world works to better understand the factors that influence female athletes’ health, a new doctoral scholarship at the University of Waikato...

Six Tsinghua alumni win Sloan Research Fellowships

According to a list released on Feb 16, 128 young faculty from around the world were granted the awards. Among them were six Tsinghua alumni: Gao Wei, Li Han, Gao Ziyue, Ma Tengyu, Lian Biao and Zhen Bo.

New Fellowship Program Expands Career Options for Grad Students

With support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and in partnership with the San Diego Community College District...

Scholarship seeks to push indigenous voice to the forefront of NZ architecture

As the largest Polynesian city in the world, Auckland presents a noticeable lack of Māori and Pacific representation in its architecture. This scholarship, and its incentive to study the subject...

UNSW academic joins prestigious computer science fellowship

Professor Toby Walsh at UNSW Engineering, one of the world’s leading artificial intelligence (AI) academics, has been elected a Fellow of the Association for Computing Machinery...

Next generation of musicians to benefit as UCC receives €2m bequest

Generations of musical talent from Seán Ó Riada to Ann Cleare have learned their trade at University College Cork - and now future cohorts of musicians will benefit...

Reckoning with Australia’s colonial archive: poet Natalie Harkin wins RAKA Prize

Narungga woman and South Australian poet, Natalie Harkin has won the 2020 Kate Challis RAKA Award for her work Archival-Poetics, an unflinching anthology that faces the violence...

“Fifth Sun: A New History of the Aztecs” wins Cundill History Prize

Camilla Townsend receives US$75,000 – the largest reward for a work of non-fiction in English – for the first-ever history based solely on texts written by the Aztec people.

Wallace prizewinner no flash in the pan

A writer of flash fiction, extremely short stories, has won the University of Auckland’s $5000 Sir James Wallace Creative Writing Prize for the first time.
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