News - May 2015

Student Artist Selected for ArtX
May 27, 2015

The “emerging artist” in the upcoming Art-X national exhibition and sale, Dunja Tornier doesn’t paint to make a statement.In fact, the EIT ideaschool student says her paintings are...

EIT Achieves Top Education Ranking
May 27, 2015

EIT achieved the top ranking possible in its recent independent external evaluation and review, confirming its position as one of New Zealand’s leading tertiary education institutions.In...

EIT Appoints First Emeritus Professor
May 27, 2015

A leading Māori educator and an academic of international standing, Dr Roger Maaka has been appointed EIT’s first emeritus professor.The honour recognises Professor Maaka’s...

EIT Recognised for Supporting Māori Achievement
May 27, 2015

In rating EIT as a leading New Zealand tertiary educator, the New Zealand Qualifications Authority says the institute is continuing its efforts to boost Māori achievement.The 2011 merger of...

HB New Home for Coast Scholarship Winners
May 21, 2015

EIT East Coast students Tihei Turei and Jarrod Rogers-Hughes are hopefully on their way to successful careers after winning the inaugural Te Toka Plumbing and Electrical Scholarships – an...

Netball Coach Helps Prevent Knee Injuries
May 21, 2015

Having “blown” her own knees playing netball, EIT academic Lee-Anne Taylor is now helping young women avoid similar injuries. Annual knee injuries for teen females playing netball have...

Hawke’s Bay Careers Expo next week
May 12, 2015

It’s the Hawke’s Bay Careers Expo next week.There’ll be over 50 education and training providers under one roof at the Pettigrew Green Arena on Tuesday and Wednesday.430-730 pm on...