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Hawke’s Bay Chef’s Skills In Demand
4 days ago

Back from New York, patisserie chef Hilary Wroe recently shared her experience of working at top-end Manhattan restaurants with trainee chefs at EIT. Hilary, who grew up in Waipukurau, was...

New Head for Ideaschool
November 1, 2017

Shortly before retiring as head of ideaschool, Chris Verburg introduced Professor Matthew Marshall to the team he will be leading when he takes up the EIT position early in December. A...

Focused teens the business people of tomorrow
November 1, 2017

Some of the most successful business ideas are relatively simple – but to succeed they need to be carried out exceptionally well. That philosophy was employed by the winners of this year’s...

Educators Cooperate To Benefit Hawke’s Bay
October 17, 2017

 EIT and the University of Waikato are to work more collaboratively, undertaking joint research initiatives and creating more opportunities for study. The two institutions recently signed a...

Horticulture Club Continues To Flourish
October 2, 2017

Growing young minds and nurturing the future of the horticulture industry are the aims of Gisborne Intermediate School’s horticulture club. EIT’s Rural Studies Unit supports the club with...

In Safe Hands
October 2, 2017

Lecturer Murray Stewart in his younger days as a Police Dog Handler with his dog Baron. This photograph was taken in the ‘90s on an AOS training exercise at Nuhaka. EIT Tairāwhiti’s...

A Passion For Education And Art
October 2, 2017

Erena Koopu with some of the art works at her Master of Māori Visual Arts Hei Kai thesis exhibition. From student to teacher to student once again, Toihoukura senior painting...

Hacking Encouraged
October 2, 2017

A seemingly unlikely assignment came in the form of hacking for one group of Bachelor of Computing Systems students. Third year Bachelor of Computing Systems student Jesse Morten can now add...

Building A Sustainable Future
October 2, 2017

A sustainable land-based practices programme is looking beyond education into truly sustainable living options for whānau. Alice Kaiwai and EIT tutor Grant Steven with the earth house trial...