News - November 2016

Women a Double Bill at Film Awards
November 28, 2016

EIT rolled out the red carpet for its fledging film-makers recently with a by-invitation-only premiere of screen production student movies staged at Napier’s MTG. The silver screen’s big...

Magpies Tackle Tertiary Studies
November 21, 2016

Three Hawke’s Bay’s Magpies have more in common than working out at the gym or scrumming down on a rugby field.Two in the pictured line-up, (from left) hooker Jorian Tangaere and prop...

Students Upskill With EIT Workshops
November 21, 2016

EIT is becoming increasingly popular as a destination tertiary educator with workshops in applied areas such as wine science attracting secondary school students from throughout New...

Students Take Their Art to The Next Level
November 21, 2016

Second-year degree students at EIT’s ideaschool are holding own exhibition to showcase the diversity and quality of their work. Titled Next Level, the four-day exhibition will feature art and...

Still Time to Catch Spring
November 16, 2016

If you have been rained out of your garden, don’t duck-dive the green wave of spring and wait for next year -- with some determined digging you can get back on track. With the Manutuke...

EIT Boosts Regional Economy
November 10, 2016

EIT contributes significantly to the Hawke’s Bay and Tairāwhiti economies, BERL says in an economic impact assessment report released this week. The economic research, analysis and advice...

Art in Found Objects
November 8, 2016

In studying for a master’s degree at EIT, Susan Mabin is drawing on her experience of working as an artist in a remote settlement in Iceland’s far north. Susan completed her Bachelor of...

EIT – Sport HB Sports Scholar – Ellie Tilson
November 7, 2016

Hi there, and welcome back to another blog for Sport Hawkes Bay and EIT. So, what has happened since I have last talked? These last few months have been filled with heaps of ups and one major...

EIT – Sport HB Sports Scholar – Keegan Merwood
November 7, 2016

This year has been a massive learning curve for me in terms of being able to cope with study and juggling sports commitments as well. The second semester has been really busy with lots of big...