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.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|
|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.|