Research asks how migrants feel welcome in NZ

Research asks how migrants feel welcome in NZ

Feeling safe, having a job, a home and access to gardens and nature - new migrants and refugees say these are vital to settling successfully and feeling a sense of belonging.

Partnership focus for Māori academic’s Fulbright study

Partnership focus for Māori academic’s Fulbright study

A prestigious Fulbright New Zealand Scholar Award will enable a Massey University academic to research partnerships between indigenous communities and higher education institutions in the United States.

Tea ceremony tale launches 2020 Japanese films

Tea ceremony tale launches 2020 Japanese films

A young woman discovering the intricacies of the ancient tea ceremony is the theme of a 2018 Japanese film to screen in February - the first of 2020's free monthly Japanese films at Massey University's Auckland campus in Albany.

Psychological first aid in measles-affected Samoa

Psychological first aid in measles-affected Samoa

A Massey University psychologist flew to Samoa this week to take smart phones and tablets donated by the University to equip counsellors and church ministers dealing with grieving families caught up in the measles epidemic.

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Research asks how migrants feel welcome in NZ
Tuesday 25 February 2020
Feeling safe, having a job, a home and access to gardens and nature - new migrants and refugees say these are vital to settling successfully and...
Partnership focus for Māori academic’s Fulbright study
Tuesday 21 January 2020
A prestigious Fulbright New Zealand Scholar Award will enable a Massey University academic to research partnerships between indigenous communities...
Tea ceremony tale launches 2020 Japanese films
Tuesday 21 January 2020
A young woman discovering the intricacies of the ancient tea ceremony is the theme of a 2018 Japanese film to screen in February - the first of...
NZ linguist helping to revive Aboriginal language
Friday 20 December 2019
A New Zealand linguist has launched a series of children's books she co-wrote in Gamilaraay - an endangered Aboriginal language she is working to...
Psychological first aid in measles-affected Samoa
Friday 20 December 2019
A Massey University psychologist flew to Samoa this week to take smart phones and tablets donated by the University to equip counsellors and church...
Face time innovates online language learning
Wednesday 4 December 2019
Learning another language can take years of commitment and effort amid our busy lives. A new online learning innovation pairing students face-to-face...
Gay men’s health and discrimination researcher awarded
Monday 2 December 2019
Massey University alumnus and health psychologist Professor Michael Ross has been awarded a Doctor of Science for his lifetime of research into...
Global forum highlights Massey’s leadership in sustainable agriculture development
Wednesday 27 November 2019
Deputy Vice-Chancellor Global Engagement Stuart Morriss delivered a keynote speech at the Global Forum for Leaders of Agricultural Science and...
The meaning of philosophy in perplexing times
Thursday 21 November 2019
To mark World Philosophy Day (November 21) Māori philosopher Dr Krushil Watene is keen to highlight the work of her colleagues and students, who...
Brazil collaboration opens doors for geographers
Wednesday 20 November 2019
Massey University geographers have been inspired by innovations in agriculture and opportunities for collaborative research with counterparts in...

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