News - August 2010

First Stop EIT Hawke’s Bay – Next the World
August 25, 2010

A beneficiary who aims to pay off her mortgage and show her kids the world, Daphne Cooper is well on her way to better job prospects after her stand-out success in tertiary studies.EIT Hawke's...

Hawke’s Bay Nurse Adds to List of Achievements
August 25, 2010

Hawke's Bay's Rachael Walker was thrilled to hear she'd become New Zealand's first renal Nurse Practitioner.It's a significant achievement in a region with a high prevalence of diabetes.  The...

Hawke’s Bay Syrah Poised to Charm US Market
August 25, 2010

Hawke's Bay's unique style of Syrah has the potential for putting this region on the world wine map much as Sauvignon Blanc has done for Marlborough, says newly-appointed EIT viticulture lecturer...

Student Artist Explores a World of Female Gender
August 25, 2010

EIT Hawke's Bay final-year degree student Ashton Northcott is hoping for a resurgence of "frilliness" within the art world. In fact, she'd like to see a modern acceptability to the concept of...

Outdoors Enthusiast Finds Farm Studies a Natural Fit
August 18, 2010

Not one for spending hours in front of a computer screen or swotting textbooks, Chris Campbell enjoyed a tertiary study programme that included practical class work on various farms in Hawke's...

Open Day at EIT
August 11, 2010

EIT Hawke’s Bay throws open its doors on Sunday (15 AUGUST) for an activity-packed Open Day. Visitors to the Taradale campus will be able to see demonstrations and displays, tour the...

Leading Trades Training Centre Opens at EIT
August 9, 2010

EIT Hawke's Bay's newest facility has been built to exacting environmental standards that reflect the institute's leading approach to sustainability and trend-setting international methods for...