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Dr Samantha Heath awarded MBIE Science Whitinga Fellowship

Unitec’s Dr Samantha Heath, Senior Lecturer and Research Leader, School of Healthcare and Social Practice, has been awarded the MBIE Science Whitinga Fellowship.

Supporting the revitalisation of te reo Māori me ōna tikanga

Kō Tinana te waka Kō Whangatauatia te maunga Kō Roma te marae Kō Te Rarawa me Ngāpuhi ngā iwi Kō Hinekura Smith te ingoa

Ngā Wai a Te Tūī celebrate arrival of Marsden fund recipient

Dr. Nālani Wilson-Hokowhitu (Kanaka ‘Oiwi Hawaii) proudly exudes an enduring passion for her culture, her whakapapa, her whenua and her tūpuna.

Māori and Pasifika Careers Super Fair an outstanding success

New Zealand’s first dedicated Māori and Pasifika careers fair was an outstanding success with more than 750 students and 41 companies taking part in the virtual event.

Outstanding research assists student’s return to Unitec

Unitec student Qi Yang is one of the first international students to return to study in New Zealand after the pandemic closed our borders last year, having had to delay...

New Member Appointed to Unitec and MIT Board

Marama Royal (Ngāti Whātua) has been appointed to the board of MIT and Unitec

Unitec lecturer calls for more oversight of Auckland's housing design

Unitec School of Architecture Senior Lecturer Dr. David Turner is calling for better oversight of Auckland’s housing design

Collaboration the key to the future for Creative Industry Tertiary Educators

The first national hui for Creative Industries tertiary educators took place at Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland this week.

Tertiary leaders meet to understand future of Creative Industries sector

Unitec will host a Hui / Talanoa of tertiary education leaders in Auckland this week to explore future focused opportunities for the arts and creative industries in New Zealand.

Unitec collaboration with NMIT sees Cybersecurity Diploma widen its reach

Unitec is working with Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) to offer its New Zealand Diploma in Cybersecurity to Nelson-based students.
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