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Te Riponga: Puni Reo Poitarawhiti

Puni Reo initiative highlighted as integral to normalising Māori language in communities

Dedicated staff and students maintain inspiration despite challenges of lockdown

Thinking outside the square comes naturally to Unitec’s Bachelor of Creative Enterprise student Tonina Ngatai (Ngāti Whakaue, Te Arawa).

Unitec Construction Waster Project Highly Commended at Tāmaki Makaurau Zero Waste Awards

Dr Terri-Ann Berry and her team were awarded “Highly Commended” in the Community Collaboration, Tāmaki Makaurau Zero Waste Awards for their project to reduce plastic use and waste in the...

From the rugby field to the classroom – enhancing our mahi

This Olympics, Unitec Sports and Recreation lecturer Chantal Bakersmith was keenly watching the Women’s Rugby Sevens take to the field after spending time with the teams while they trained under...

Research Fellowship addresses nursing skills for an ageing population

In June, Unitec’s Dr Samantha Heath, Senior Lecturer and Research Leader, School of Healthcare and Social Practice, was awarded an MBIE Science Whitinga Fellowship of $320,000 for her research project...

Unitec and GeneCrypt launch partnership to protect DNA data with encryption software

The high risk of genetic data being misused has led Unitec Institute of Technology and start-up company GeneCrypt to partner in the development of a prototype encryption system that protects...

Unitec celebrates Polynesian Panthers 50 years of social justice

Unitec’s School of Healthcare and Social Practice hosted an event at Te Rangimarie, Waitakere campus on 17 June to mark the 50-year anniversary of the founding of the Polynesian Panthers...

Undergraduate has research published in a NZ first.

Undergraduate, School of Environmental & Animal Sciences, Luzie Schmid publishes her first research paper.

Darlene Cameron appointed Te Pou Manawa o Te Whare Wānanga o Wairaka

Unitec’s devoted and tremendously energetic Darlene Cameron (Te Rārawa) has been appointed Te Pou Manawa o Te Whare Wānanga o Wairaka.

Richard Boynton embodying the mana of manaakitanga

Kō Maungapōhatu te maunga Kō Waikaremoana te roto Kō Tauranga te awa Kō Mataatua te waka Kō Ngai Tūhoe te iwi Kō Rīhari (Richard) Boynton tōku ingoa
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