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  1. 05 Feb 2014. CPIT engineering student Christopher Lowe has blown away his tutors with his final year project. Lowe, 23, has spent over 600 hours building a functioning wind tunnel and was so enthusiastic about the task that he begged his tutors to

  2. 23 Mar 2015. Engineering students are invited to a free BBQ where they will be able to network with industry professionals at CPIT's Madras Street campus on Thursday. Student Engineers of New Zealand, SENZ will host the event, with funding from its

  3. 13 Oct 2016. The Timaru Campus staff are having a little celebration today, showing the results of a library makeover. Tamesa Timaru staff and students now have access to 31, 350 online books and over 30, 000 electronic serial titles alongside 10, 000

  4. 13 Jul 2018: Agenda, papers and minutes from the public session of the CPIT Council meeting.

  5. 18 Jun 2012. Performers from CPIT’s internationally acclaimed Different Light Theatre Company are packing their bags again – this time to take their disability performance work Still Lives to the inaugural Ludus Festival, Leeds, from 28 to 30

  6. 30 Aug 2012. Artists including Graham Bennett and Wayne Youle re-imagine the humble library book for Biblia Abiblia, presented by CPIT for The Press Christchurch Writers’ Festival 2012, until Monday 3 September. Altered decommissioned books from

  7. 05 May 2015. CPIT is plugging into a predicted electric vehicle (EV) revolution in the next decade by staging its second annual EV technology bootcamp this weekend. (Sunday May 10). Aimed at high school-aged students, CPIT's EV technology teaching

  8. 11 Nov 2015. An exhibition acknowledging the contribution of road workers to Christchurch's rebuild is proving to be a hit. Traffic cones artfully decorated by CPIT Certificate in Design students and displayed in the Christchurch City Council foyer

  9. 11 Jan 2016. Maths achievement has opened doors to further study for CPIT Aoraki students. The institute's 2015 Alison Robinson Mathematics Award recipient Lea Swan, who received top recognition at a prize giving ceremony in December, is an example

  10. 25 Aug 2016. The pressure was on for the 2. nd. year Tamesa Diploma in Culinary Arts students as they faced the challenge of running a Pop Up Restaurant at the City Campus with a budget of only $20 and one hour to prepare three courses. This was part