Talented students from Victoria University of Wellington are ready to swap the beach for the boardroom this summer while they brainstorm, problem solve and offer creative solutions to a host of businesses and organisations as part of the University’s Summer Research Scholarships programme.
The second-year Otago Polytechnic Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electrical) learner will attend the International Summer Academy in Engineering for Women at the University of Applied Science Upper Austria from 10-25 July.
The Jasmax-designed facility won Excellence & Best in Category for the Resene Green Building, and a merit for the GIB Education Property category, last Friday 15 June at the Property Council of New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Awards ceremony in Auckland.
The Government and the University of Waikato are investing $13 million in a new research programme in Tauranga aimed at helping tackle some of the biggest issues facing New Zealand’s primary sector, Education Minister Chris Hipkins announced today.
Top Hawke’s Bay apprentice Matthew Macaulay is a bright spark in the trades. From Hastings, Matt qualified as a horticulturist and then as a boilermaker before deciding to pursue an electrical engineering apprenticeship, studying at EIT.