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New Poutuara weaving Mātauranga Māori through EIT
2 hours ago

Michelle Lee feels that the strands of her diverse career are bound together in Mātauranga Māori and this is what she brings to her new role at EIT. As inaugural Poutuara (assistant head of...

Entrepreneurs Alive and Thriving at EIT
1 day ago

The Hawke’s Bay economy is changing and EIT is adapting to meet the era of the entrepreneur. “Over the past decade there has been a massive global shift to entrepreneurial ecosystems,”...

Introducing Mary
November 5, 2018

EIT’s commitment to Pasifika students was strengthened when Mary Suni Robertson joined our Pasifika student support team. Mary works from the Pouwhirinaki walk-in space in the Hawke’s Bay...

Second Study Choice Opens Possibilities for Darnell
November 5, 2018

A follow up phone call with an encouraging word from an EIT trades school coordinator has led to a full-time job and apprenticeship opportunity for Darnell Mahia-Rakei. Darnell or Darz as...

Young Māori mothers thriving, reveals research
November 1, 2018

An EIT post-graduate nursing lecturer is challenging the health care system to develop more Māori health professionals, and a greater kaupapa Māori understanding and application across all...

Visiting Chinese scholar enjoys EIT experience
October 31, 2018

A visiting Chinese scholar is finding life at the EIT Hawke’s Bay campus quite a change from her normal academic life, and is thoroughly enjoying the experience. Yang Xue has found...

Two awards for entrepreneurial Wairoa YES company
October 30, 2018

A Wairoa young enterprise company that formed at the Hawke’s Bay School Trades Academy @EIT has won two awards at the regional Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme finals. Project...

Nursing Studies Creates Bond of Friendship
October 29, 2018

Fijian women Miriama Tawake (20) and Heather Jean Matairavula (26) were in their first year of Bachelor of Nursing education at EIT for four or so months before they realised they were both...