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There are 44 upcoming events:

  • Costume and Cause: telling stories, celebrating strength

    Date Friday 28 May - Friday 20 August 2021
    Location Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts Foyer Galleries

    Costume & Cause explores contemporary New Zealand makers inspired by female clothing and accessories and telling stories with strong political themes, examining conflict and discord, and celebrating strength, endurance, skill…

  • Hohou Te Rongo

    Lissy and Rudi Cole 'Wheku Paki'
    Date Friday 2 July - Friday 3 September 2021
    Location Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts Gallery

    Toi is a manifestation of cultural identity that is used to interpret and disseminate knowledge. Rongoā, known as traditional Māori healing, is an important part of the natural world where…

  • Lunchtime Recital Series – Matthew Marshall - Guitar

    Date Wednesday 28 July 2021
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location Concert Chamber, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts

    As part of the 12-centre tour of New Zealand, Matthew will be performing solo and with electronics, presenting a stunning programme of beautiful guitar music from the Baroque to contemporary…

  • Clinical Psychology Information Session

    Date Wednesday 28 July 2021
    Time 5:30pm - 7pm
    Location S.1.01

    Clinical psychologists from the community will describe their work, alongside Waikato clinical programme staff who will discuss the PGDipPsych(Clin). programme and application process for the 2022 entry. This is an…

  • University of Waikato parkrun

    Date Saturday 31 July 2021
    Time 8am
    Location Village Green, Gate 1, Knighton Road, The University of Waikato

    What is University of Waikato parkrun? It is a 5km run - it's you against the clock. When is it? Every Saturday at 8:00am. Where is it? The event takes…

  • Rangatira mo Apōpō: What does it take?

    Mere A Berryman
    Date Monday 2 August 2021
    Time 6pm
    Location The University of Waikato, Tauranga, Durham St, Tauranga

    Register About this lecture Belonging means we can participate in society without having to compromise who we are. Unfortunately, this has not been the reality for generations of Māori learners…

  • Interfaculty Volleyball Tauranga

    Date Tuesday 3 August 2021
    Time 12pm - 2pm
    Location Queen Elizabeth Youth Centre (QEYC)

    Register here for this interfaculty event. Compete against other faculties, prizes up for grabs

  • School of Psychology Careers Info Session

    Careers info
    Date Wednesday 4 August 2021
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location Hamilton L.G.01 - Tauranga TCBD3.05

    Come along to our Psychology Careers Info Session and discover how you can broaden your career prospects by studying psychology in 2022. Hear first-hand from our speakers from various areas…

  • Lunchtime Recital Series - Art Song Festival

    Date Wednesday 4 August 2021
    Time 1pm - 2pm
    Location Concert Chamber, Gallagher Academy of Performing Arts

    Featuring UoW Voice and Piano students as they collaborate under the guidance of resident tutors and exceptional guest masterclass presenter, Lindy Tennent-Brown in this first concert for The Festival of…

  • Anthropology/Philosophy Seminar - "Tribal Narratives and Individual Narratives: Finding Common Ground in an Age of Political Polarisation"

    Date Thursday 5 August 2021
    Time 3:10pm - 4:30pm
    Location K.G.06, Hamilton campus

    Joe Ulatowski and David Lumsden will be delivering a joint Anthropology/Philosophy seminar entitled "Tribal Narratives and Individual Narratives: Finding Common Ground in an Age of Political Polarisation." Abstract: Many countries…