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Fiji Researchers Symposium

Celebrating Fijian scholars and researchers around the country

Creativity reigns supreme: designing sustainable outdoor spaces

Patricia Morrison wanted to study Architecture – until she discovered Landscape Architecture. “I didn’t even know it existed!” she says.

Knowledge is in Your Hands

Not all forms of learning are purely academic. And just as importantly, not everyone wants to learn only through the study of historical precedent.

Unitec Trades students top in the country with exam results

Two Unitec Trades students have excelled nationally in their recent industry exams, earning excellence awards from the Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board, and putting them at the top of their...

Fixing cars is more than just a job

Nate Perry is a trainee mechanic living his passion

Scholarship winner drew inspiration from her Grandmother in new typeface for Aotearoa

A Māori graphic design student who has taken a bold new approach to a time-honoured art form is the winner of this year’s Bold Innovators Scholarship at Unitec.

Unitec supports Iwi crusade to save Roimata o Tōhe shrub

Unitec’s School of Environmental and Animal Sciences is working alongside far north Iwi, Te Roroa and the Department of Conservation to help them prevent the extinction of the Roimata o...

Unitec’s Whānau–Fanau Evening moves online, keeping families close to the heart of students’ experience

Unitec is staging a virtual Whānau-Fanau evening for its Māori and Pacific students to ensure that families remain an integral part of the student journey, despite the challenges of COVID-19....

Graduate's crusade to restore mana of men struggling with mental illness

Unitec Bachelor of Social Work graduate Jason Matia (Te Aupouri, Te Rārawa) is on a mission to combat the shame and stigma many men face when struggling with mental illness...

Te Pūkenga is NZIST’s new permanent name

New name and visual identity revealed at ceremony at Te Pūkenga’s head office in Hamilton.
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