Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology News

This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students and graduates, our staff and our activities.
Toi Ohomai launches 'green' project to research sustainable housing and health outcomes for Te Matekuare Whānau Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology has received $700,000 in National Science Challenge funding to research new designs for sustainable and affordable homes and identify how these contribute to health and wellbeing for Māori. Toi Ohomai researchers and partner organisations join with Matekuare Whanau at the launch of the project
Students Offer Free Coffees For Foodbank Cans Food and beverage students recently offered free coffees in exchange for non-perishable canned food to restock the student food bank. Food and beverage students recently offered free coffees in exchange for non-perishable canned food to restock the student food bank.
High Performance Sports Scholars 2017 Update: Morgan Ball With a third placing at the recent Duathlon World Championships in Canada, Bachelor of Sport and Recreation student Morgan Ball, has every reason to be happy. Morgan Ball, duathlete and Bachelor of Sport and Recreation student at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
From rubbish to haute cuisine Providing a five course degustation for 300 society ladies is a somewhat nail-biting experience for even the most seasoned of chefs, but throw in ‘rescued’ raw ingredients and more than 100 students, and the whole event just became a whole lot more intense. Ladies Long Lunch @ Toi Ohomai. Credit: Salina Galvan Photograhy
Te Puia Makes Tourism Degree Student Star Attraction Home to the world famous Pōhutu geyser, native kiwis and more, Te Puia has recently added another full-time star to its ever-growing list; Bachelor of Tourism student, Rangiamohia Dansey-White. Home to the world famous Pōhutu geyser, Te Puia has recently added another full-time star to its list; Bachelor of Tourism student, Rangiamohia Dansey-White.
From bare feet to army boots: Honouring WW1 Cook Island soldiers with art and film A little-known war story has inspired Toi Ohomai student, Mita Tahata, to make a short film which has been selected to screen at the Pollywood Pasifika Film Festival in Auckland this month. Toi Ohomai student, Mita Tahata, in front of a poster advertising his short film

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