News - Health and Community Wellness

EIT Lecture Showcases Sudi Success Story
August 22, 2017

An inaugural lecture delivered by EIT’s recently appointed Research Professor Dr David Tipene-Leach attracted a wide mixed audience.Professor of Māori and Indigenous Research at EIT, David...

Academic Manager Role Models Lifelong Learning
May 1, 2017

EIT’s Head of School for Health and Sport Science Kirsten Westwood viewed graduation from a different vantage point this year, crossing the stage to be capped with the Master in Health...

EIT Welcomes Faculty’s New Head
November 1, 2016

Moving between Scotland and New Zealand over the last 12 years has been “like a travelling circus” for Professor Nat Waran, her family and their cats, horses and dogs.   Now, however,...

New Executive Dean
October 3, 2016

Describing herself as “an applied scientist by training and an educationalist at heart”, Professor Natalie (Nat) Waran is EIT’s new Executive Dean – Faculty of Education, Humanities...

New Kid Enrols For Semester Two
August 3, 2016

Pickles may be tiny but she’s proving big on star appeal with EIT students and staff.   Owned by Work and Life Skills tutor Katy Kenah, the kid goat is sharing a classroom with 23 students who...

Activate Maraenui, Activate Camberley
April 8, 2016

‘Activate Maraenui, Activate Camberley’ was a three-year programme supported by Sport Hawke’s Bay to develop sustainable physical activity in two Hawke’s Bay urban communities through the...

Local Sailor a Finalist in National Awards
November 30, 2015

Winning a finals slot in New Zealand’s Attitude Awards is floating Hastings sailor Otis Horne’s boat. Born with spina bifida, the 19-year-old is one of three finalists in the Courage in...

EIT Celebrating Māori Language Week 2015
July 22, 2015

EIT is to be a showcase for the Māori language next week, with daily activities celebrating and promoting te reo.EIT’s Māori and Pasifika liaison advisor Lee Kershaw-Karaitiana says the school...

More fee free study places
January 23, 2014

EIT youth scholarships, partially funded by the government’s Youth Guarantee (YG) scholarship scheme, has  now been extended to 18 and 19 year olds who wish to study up to Level 3.In...

Course opens eyes and doors for graduate
December 11, 2013

EIT Tairāwhiti graduate Nigel Cust has discovered new-found joy in his latest career move. He has not long graduated with the Certificate in Health Disability and Aged Support and now has a job...