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SHB-EIT sports scholar Aimee Fisher

September 30, 2014

Well that’s the end of my first season as a full-time athlete in the Open Women’s K4 and what a fantastic experience it has been. Our international season started in April at World Cup 1 in Milan and then World Cup 2 at Racice in the Czech...Read more

Award winner showcases sculptural art

September 29, 2014

Magpie finds conjure up domestic disharmony in works exhibited by David Fine Memorial Scholarship winner Susan Mabin at the Hastings Community Arts Centre. A Bachelor of Visual Arts and Design student, Susan is focused mainly on sculpture in...Read more

Talking to the Moon

September 29, 2014

Toihoukura lecturer Associate Professor Steve Gibbs admits to a fascination with the moon over his many years as an artist. He did his masters, Huri Mārama, exploring the relationship between the moon and humans, with a particular focus on...Read more

Walking the talk

September 29, 2014

Pre-apprenticeship EIT Tairāwhiti carpentry students get the opportunity to completely build a two bedroom cottage during their 39 week course. The fourteen level three students, who range in age from 17 to 25 years, build the 80 square metre...Read more

Hui enhances cultural skills

September 29, 2014

Two hundred people gathered at EIT’s Te Ūranga Waka in July to buff up their Māoritanga skills and develop confidence to stand up on marae. A Ngāti Kahungunu Iwi Incorporated initiative, the hui focused on whaikōrero (formal oratory) and...Read more

Crucibles, ‘surthrival’ and business leadership

September 29, 2014

Dr Steve Hinge’s research for his PhD in Business Administration from Southern Cross University (Australia) is based around the concept of a crucible. This concept is taken from the medieval  meaning, describing a ceramic or metal container in...Read more

Home to follow his heart

September 29, 2014

Tā moko is all Toihoukura student Henare Brooking has ever known in the world of art. The 28-year-old graduated with a diploma of contemporary Māori art in 2004-2005, and is now working on his degree after moving back from Wellington. He grew...Read more

Marae cookery programme an EIT first

September 29, 2014

Iwi are collaborating with EIT in offering a marae cookery programme as a national qualification. EIT is being supported by kuia, kaumātua and kaitakatu in teaching its Level 3 National Certificate in Hospitality (Basic Cookery) in Hawke’s Bay...Read more

Sponsor supports EIT’s Bachelor of Computing Systems degree

September 29, 2014

New Zealand-based data communications equipment supplier Allied Telesis is once again putting its sponsorship muscle behind EIT. Ten years ago, while EIT was constructing its Information Technology and Computing building, the company was awarded...Read more

EIT Launches High-Level Management Programmes

September 29, 2014

EIT’s School of Business is ramping up its profile as a leading educator having received NZQA accreditation to deliver three new programmes. The approved programmes – the Master of Applied Management, the Postgraduate Diploma in Applied...Read more