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....

Start-Up Wins Prestigious Business Award

Annie and Paul Ottaway used to say they never won anything and then their 18-month old business, Crafty Canners, scooped the Best Emerging Business award in the West Auckland regional...

PM Guest Speaker at Unitec Women in Leadership

“This is my home — I consider this my backyard” — was New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s opening line as she addressed a Women in Leadership event at Unitec...

Christchurch school team wins Best New Zealand Film award at Uni Shorts

'A Perfect Child'; a film by students at Christ’s College and St. Margaret’s College in Christchurch, has been voted the Best New Zealand Film at the annual Uni Shorts student...

Unitec Appoints Interim Chief Executive

Unitec Institute of Technology has announced Alastair Carruthers CNZM will be appointed Interim Chief Executive, replacing Dr Rick Ede who departs at the end of the year.

Waiheke Gateway Pavilion Wins Architecture Award

The Waiheke Gateway Pavilion designed by Stevens Lawson Architects and built with the assistance of Architecture, Construction and Engineering students from Unitec, has received a Small Project Award at the...

Finalists and judges announced for Uni Shorts 2017

Award-winning filmmaker Alyx Duncan, renowned actress/writer and director, Aidee Walker and internationally acclaimed animator, Katie Naeher, have been announced as the judges for this year’s lineup of international student short...

Mumps in Schools and Tertiary Institutions

Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) have confirmed there is a mumps outbreak in Auckland and Unitec.

Unitec Chief Executive to step down at end of year

Unitec Institute of Technology has announced that its Chief Executive, Dr Rick Ede, will be stepping down from his role after almost ten years at the helm.
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