News - June 2016

Nurse Education in Family DNA
June 29, 2016

Recently appointed head of EIT’s nursing school, Jennifer Roberts continues to build on the strong leadership she has shown in the various roles she has filled during eight years at the...

Student Designs Debut on National Fashion Stage
June 27, 2016

A field of wildflower blooms embellish a gown designed by Emily Murdoch to empower a modern-day bride. The model is Waiora Louise Tareha of Waiohiki. EIT’s final-year fashion students have been...

Research Showcase Published
June 27, 2016

Kia Ora, There’s a really wide range of interesting research occurring at EIT with projects encompassing many academic disciplines.  So instead of keeping it to ourselves, we thought we’d...

Art For Heart’s Sake
June 22, 2016

Recently retired Executive Dean of Education, Humanities and Health Science Dr Susan Jacobs has celebrated her 30 years at EIT by gifting a marble sculpture carved by EIT graduate Martin...

Fledgling Artists Exhibit at Art-X
June 22, 2016

“Emerging artists” in the Rotary Club of Greenmeadows’ Art-X national exhibition and sale, EIT ideaschool students Louis Aldridge and Darcy Whyte explore different approaches to realism in...

EIT Widens Opportunities for Māori Learning
June 22, 2016

EIT is offering wānanga programmes that are extending the opportunity for learning te reo Māori and Māori customs and traditions to groups and organisations out in the community.The Hastings...

Congratulations to our graduates
June 9, 2016

Mandy Harbottle BNBachelor of Nursing graduateWhat was the best thing about studying at EIT?The support of the tutors and being able to study this degree in a small place around my family rather...

Congratulations to our graduates
June 9, 2016

Te Kanawa Ngarotata BMVATe Toi o Nga Rangi - Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts graduateWhat was the best thing about studying at EIT?The calibre of teachers that were there – they were world class...