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A Palmerston North student will be breaking glass ceilings after winning a scholarship aimed at shaking up the engineering profession.Massey University student Sarah Lewis, 18, has become the first recipient of the Whanake scholarship for Māori female enginee...
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ShadowTech Waikato 2019

June 27, 2019
Over 45 students had the opportunity to shadow a staff member at a number of technology businesses in Hamilton last Thursday as part of ShadowTech Day an initiative that connects secondary school students with an opportunity to spend a day with an IT professional. Girls...
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- Navigate the evolving industry landscape - Build confidence & refine your leadership skills- Develop strategic communication skills - Inspirational leadership storiesFind out more and register...
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An opportunity to connect and catch up as part of Techweek19 WaikatoFind out more and register...
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Remember her name – Emily Sopers might just one of tech’s biggest names very soon, all because of she wants to address traditional gender imbalances in IT.Sopers has just won Kordia’s first ever Women in Technology Scholarship, which was established to address gen...
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This workshop will show how code can be used to create striking graphical images and manipulate image data. The workshop does not require any previous coding experience and is designed to allow an easy introduction to coding and graphics.Find out more and register...
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In a bid to address gender imbalance in the information and communications technology sector, mission-critical technology solutions provider Kordia has established a new Women in Technology Scholarship at the University of Waikato. The successful applican...
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A year ago, Alaa Abuellif was spending 15 hours a week on the bus, travelling from Tokoroa to university and back each day. Now she’s living on campus at the University of Waikato, making her dream of becoming a software engineer a whole lot easier.Alaa is the recipient of...
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