Harsh Visavidiya shifted from India last year to study at SIT after he picked up a John Wright Scholarship. He has made an immediate impact playing for Metro in Southland's senior competition which has included him scoring two centuries.
SIT will be the lead provider for a new trades academy opening in Southland next year. 40 places will be available for secondary school students to attend SIT one day each week.
As part of their second year course, 16 SIT Diploma in Veterinary Nursing students offered pet owners free animal wellness checks and advice last week.
SIT Arts student Rachel Guise has created an abstract emotional experience with her art installation of repurposed cupboards in the attic of the WEA building in Invercargill.
Daniel Sugrue and Hamo Dell both figured prominently in the Southland music scene until they relocated to Wellington to join chart-topping, highly acclaimed reggae band Tomorrow People.
The annual SIT Chrysalis fashion show will this year feature a selection of garments inspired by a vintage 1900s circus theme.
Artwork by creative SIT students is emerging throughout the city this week as part of this year’s Southsure Emerging Artists Awards.
SIT Queenstown's Personal Training programme manager, Ed Baranowski, has been named as a finalist in the New Zealand Exercise Industry Awards.
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