UNIVERSITY NEWS

A list of all university news articles in chronological order.

17th century manuscript available for viewing at Massey’s library

17th century manuscript available for viewing at Massey’s library

For several years the nondescript cardboard file-box lay on a shelf gathering dust, largely ignored and overlooked by the office's occupants. That all changed one day in 1977, when Dr John Ross, a lecturer in the English Department, decided to peep inside it.

Doctoral breakfast connects student researchers with business community

Doctoral breakfast connects student researchers with business community

Kauri dieback, diabetes and dangerous volcanoes were three research topics served up by Massey University doctoral students at a breakfast in Palmerston North this week.

Journal showcases positive progress by Māori communities

Journal showcases positive progress by Māori communities

A unique academic journal is being hailed as a forward thinking collaboration between Māori researchers and the community.

Diversity in neighbourhoods and online spaces

Diversity in neighbourhoods and online spaces

Diversity in neighbourhoods and workplaces - and online debates about free speech - are themes addressed by Massey University sociologists in this week's Arahia He Ara Pathways conference on immigration and diversity.

Doctoral breakfast connects student researchers with business community
Thursday 21 November 2019
Kauri dieback, diabetes and dangerous volcanoes were three research topics served up by Massey University doctoral students at a breakfast in Palmerston North this week.
17th century manuscript available for viewing at Massey’s library
Thursday 21 November 2019
For several years the nondescript cardboard file-box lay on a shelf gathering dust, largely ignored and overlooked by the office's occupants. That all changed one day in 1977, when Dr John Ross, a...
Journal showcases positive progress by Māori communities
Monday 18 November 2019
A unique academic journal is being hailed as a forward thinking collaboration between Māori researchers and the community.
Diversity in neighbourhoods and online spaces
Monday 18 November 2019
Diversity in neighbourhoods and workplaces - and online debates about free speech - are themes addressed by Massey University sociologists in this week's Arahia He Ara Pathways conference on...
Development Studies celebrates 30 years
Friday 15 November 2019
Development studies researchers at Massey have helped to transform lives around the globe by tackling the toughest problems - from economic inequality to environmental sustainability - for three...
New era for Pasifika at Massey
Thursday 14 November 2019
Massey University's commitment to Pacific learners and communities is about to be boosted, with the development of a new Office of Pasifika Student Success.
Professor’s family links to campus land
Wednesday 13 November 2019
When educational psychologist Professor Roseanna Bourke gave her inaugural professorial lecture on learning earlier this month, the event sparked a reminder of her personal links to the university...
Create1World – an antidote to climate grief
Wednesday 6 November 2019
Climate grief and climate anxiety are real for this generation, say organisers of a Massey University event bringing together youth to share creative ideas and solutions to the climate crisis.
Staff support for University’s carbon goal
Thursday 31 October 2019
Submissions on Massey University's Draft Action Plan show there is strong support for the University's goal of being net zero carbon by 2030.
Theatre version of NZ history screens on Māori TV
Wednesday 30 October 2019
Massey University PhD student and award-winning playwright Helen Pearse-Otene's four plays exploring New Zealand's bicultural history will premiere on Māori Television this week.
Learning – filling up the brain or something more?
Wednesday 30 October 2019
Is learning simply figuring how to pass tests to get good grades? Or does it constitute something deeper, more complex and personal? Roseanna Bourke will explore varied ideas about learning in her...
Nominations open for 2019 Quote of the Year
Tuesday 29 October 2019
The quest is on for Massey University's 2019 Quote of the Year, and we are asking for your help to find it.
Showcase of creativity to get Exposure at Massey in Wellington
Tuesday 29 October 2019
A new generation of artists, designers and other creatives' work will be on show at Massey University's annual Exposure Te Kanohi Kitea exhibition in Wellington for a fortnight from November 2.
Improving New Zealand’s primary health care
Sunday 27 October 2019
Professor Nicolette Sheridan, of Ngāpuhi descent, will describe ways of organising general practice that are associated with good outcomes for patients, particularly for Māori and Pacific...
New building for College of Health officially opens at Auckland
Thursday 24 October 2019
The Sir Neil Waters extension building, the new home of the College of Health at the Auckland campus, officially opened last Friday.
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