Talking with Teeks

Q&A with Teeks - soul-singing superstar, Te Reo Māori teacher, and Unitec music graduate.

Gender Affirmation policy introduced for staff and students

Gender Affirmation Policy first of its kind among tertiary providers in recognition of both staff and students who undertake a gender affirmation process while they are working or studying.

Kicking up a stink – Tracking the threat of the Stink bug to New Zealand

Climate change is likely to increase New Zealand’s potential exposure to the impact of further agricultural and horticultural pests, including the brown marmorated stink bug – should it arrive here....

Foundation for a great career

If you’re thinking about what your career could look like after gaining a construction and property development qualification, then Unitec’s own Will Smith is a pretty compelling case study. ...

Student helps to save young lives

Unitec students work with scientist Sir Ray Avery - with extraordinary results

The Road Man – Greg Watters

If you’ve ever driven on one of New Zealand’s newest expressways and highways, chances are that Civil Engineer and Unitec graduate Greg Watters would have had a hand in it....

Te Noho Kotahitanga and Unitec

One of Unitec’s most defining features as a tertiary institution, is the formalised partnership between Māori and non-Māori.

Practical engineering experience is raising the bar

What do the Great Pyramids of Egypt, the Great Wall of China and Burj Khalifa in Dubai have in common? How about Volkswagen, Mercedes and Tesla? As well as...
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