News and Events at Whitireia New Zealand.
Whitireia journalism student Francesca Jago has hit the ground running, securing a job with Fairfax ahead of her official graduation.
Escalator Press has published the fourth novel from Whitireia Creative Writing tutor and Titahi Bay resident Adrienne Jansen.
The Whitireia Visual Arts and Design department is currently hosting two professors from Idaho’s Boise State University as part of its Artists in Residence programme.
The Whitireia Faculty of Health has been hosting nine students and two tutors from the nursing programme at Camosun College in British Columbia, Canada.
A radio documentary produced by a Whitireia Diploma in Radio Journalism graduate aired on Radio New Zealand last night.
Whitireia music student Sam Notman has credited the programme with helping him jump-start his career in the industry.
New Chief Executive of WelTec and Whitireia Chris Gosling is thrilled the Wellington Regional School of Construction and the NZ Film and Television School have made the finals of the Wellington Gold Awards.
Whitireia Faculty of Health Dean Dr Kathryn Holloway has been appointed to the Expert Advisory Group assisting the Ministry of Health in the development of a draft refresh of the New Zealand Health Strategy.
Whitireia lecturer Tupe Lualua will showcase a new work this week during the Measina Festival.
Whitireia journalism programme manager Bernie Whelan was recently awarded ‘best presentation’ at the 2015 World Conference on Media & Mass Communication in Beijing, China.