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  • New Wintec student-assisted service helps community

    Te Kotahi Oranga | Health and Wellness Centre is a new ākonga-assisted health and well-being service with a focus on interprofessional care with all professions working together for the benefit of the client and the community.

  • Wintec researcher teaches the art of repair

    Rebekah Harman knows the true impact of fast fashion and since 2010 the Wintec | Te Pūkenga tutor, postgraduate supervisor and researcher has examined ways to reduce the environmental footprint of the fashion industry through many different projects. This April 15 she will be hosting a workshop, Mending 101, as part of Waikato Environment Centre Go Eco’s Derailing Consumerism public programme.

  • Wintec graduate "TikToks" all the right boxes

    Wintec | Te Pūkenga Bachelor of Communication graduate Jamie Batters finished her degree in 2022 and is already bringing social media knowledge and next generation insight into the workplace.

  • Celebrating Wintec wāhine: Nima Riini

    International Women’s Day was on Wednesday this week and this year’s theme was #EmbraceEquity. We're celebrating each day this week with a profile of a Wintec | Te Pūkenga kaimahi member or ākonga. Nima Riini is the Wintec | Te Pūkenga Industry Relationship Manager, her role keeps her busy helping our students, on top of which she is also studying towards her master’s degree.

  • Celebrating Wintec wāhine: Bayley Wilkie

    International Women’s Day was yesterday, Wednesday 8 March, and this year’s theme is #EmbraceEquity. We’re celebrating each day this week with a profile of a Wintec | Te Pūkenga kaimahi or ākonga. Bayley Wilkie is a fourth-year apprentice studying plumbing, drain laying and gas fitting at Wintec. Read on to learn why she loves the male dominated industry she has picked.

  • Celebrating Wintec wāhine: Hiria Cameron

    It’s International Women’s Day and this year’s theme is #EmbraceEquity. We’re celebrating each day this week with a profile of a Wintec | Te Pūkenga kaimahi or ākonga. Hiria Cameron is the Executive Strategic lead – Tōia Mai. Her role is to support and oversee the embedding of the Tōia Mai Excellence Framework to ensure Wintec | Te Pūkenga is moving towards tangible, system-wide change that fosters improved equitable outcomes for Māori, Pacific and all other learners, in the context of Te Tiriti o Waitangi partnerships.

  • Birdsongs of the Anthropocene: Wintec academics’ new exhibition spotlights our changing relationship with the natural world

    It started off with a curiosity around seabirds. “They’re a great indicator of the health of the planet,” says Dr Vicki Kerr, co-creator of the exhibition titled Performing Nature Unnaturally. The new exhibition at Ramp Gallery in Hamilton explores overlaps between bird calls and human modes of communication through music and photography genres, open from 21 February - 17 March.

  • Celebrating Wintec wāhine: Peony Smith

    It's International Women’s Day this Wednesday and this year’s theme is #EmbraceEquity. We’re celebrating each day this week with a profile of a Wintec | Te Pūkenga kaimahi or ākonga. Peony Smith is currently studying her final semester to gain her Bachelor of Applied IT in Software Engineering at Wintec | Te Pūkenga, as well as interning as a Junior Business Analyst at Spark.

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