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Champion of Indigenous food Chef Monique Fiso wins at Wellington Gold Awards

Champion of Indigenous food Chef Monique Fiso wins at Wellington Gold Awards

Award-winning chef Monique Fiso was named the winner of the New Thinking Award sponsored by Massey University at the Wellington Gold Awards last Thursday night.

Opinion: Education crucial in overthrowing racism

Opinion: Education crucial in overthrowing racism

From Black Lives Matter rallies to the removal of historical statues, the twin themes of racism and colonialism have been making the headlines this year, write Dr Genaro Oliveira and Dr Brian Tweed.

How can mātauranga Māori shape our future?

How can mātauranga Māori shape our future?

In episode four of Conversations That Count - Ngā Kōrero Whai Take we explore what Mātauranga Māori means in modern Aotearoa.

James Cook Fellowship for research into sustainable tourism in the Pacific

James Cook Fellowship for research into sustainable tourism in the Pacific

Development Studies specialist Professor Regina Scheyvens has been awarded the James Cook Fellowship for 2020 in recognition of her sustained research excellence.

Greenshell mussels beneficial in the fight against osteoarthritis

Greenshell mussels beneficial in the fight against osteoarthritis

New research shows eating NZ Greenshell mussels may help in combatting early stages of osteoarthritis, one of the leading causes of disability in older adults.

Pacific Islands resilient as COVID-19 topples tourism

Pacific Islands resilient as COVID-19 topples tourism

Improved wellbeing through turning to traditional practices of growing food and fishing during the pandemic have helped offset the massive economic blow to Pacific Islands tourism caused by the pandemic, according to a new report.

Massey academics study the Kiwi pandemic response in new major paper

Massey academics study the Kiwi pandemic response in new major paper

Two Massey academics have co-authored a paper exploring New Zealand's response to the pandemic published this week in Lancet Public Health.

Watering down the pain in women

Watering down the pain in women

New research from Massey University's College of Health is testing whether a woman's level of hydration could be affecting her tolerance and sensitivity to pain.

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University News

Changing career paths one nurse at a time

Changing career paths one nurse at a time

The Master of Clinical Practice, a graduate entry to nursing programme was launched in July and has seen an uptake of 26 students from Whangarei to Dunedin.

Falling in lava with volcanoes as a kid led to PhD

Falling in lava with volcanoes as a kid led to PhD

A French kids' show sparked a life-long interest in volcanoes and worldwide travel for Dr Charline Lormand, who has recently received her PhD in Earth Sciences.

Work integrated Sport and Exercise successes celebrated

Work integrated Sport and Exercise successes celebrated

Students, staff and industry supervisors celebrated the success of this year's Sport and Exercise Practicum cohort at the Sport and Rugby Institute in Palmerston North last week.

Manawatū campus hosts junior Tough Guy/Gal Challenge

Manawatū campus hosts junior Tough Guy/Gal Challenge

Massey's Manawatū campus hosted roughly 1500 primary and intermediate school kids as they completed the 2020 Junior Tough Guy and Gal Challenge.

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ELECTION 2020

Global media demand for Massey political experts

Global media demand for Massey political experts

From analysing the leaders' debates to interpreting the polls and the national mood - Massey's political commentators have been responding to a feverish appetite from international media for insights on Kiwi politics ahead of the October 17 election.

What voters across political spectrum agree on…

What voters across political spectrum agree on…

Voters, of course, disagree on all sorts of issues as public policy debates fire up ahead of the October 17 general election - but a survey has found there are plenty of things Kiwis do agree on.

Opinion: Anxiety and the election – voter volatility in pandemic/politics mix

Opinion: Anxiety and the election – voter volatility in pandemic/politics mix

Since the first round of the Stuff/Massey pre-election survey (12-19 July), a lot has happened. National's leader Todd Muller unexpectedly resigned and was promptly replaced by Judith Collins, says political commentator Grant Duncan.

Opinion: Let’s get ahead of ourselves - fast

Opinion: Let’s get ahead of ourselves - fast

The first Stuff/Massey survey in mid-July showed continued strong backing for the Government's COVID-19 response, with 68.4 per cent rating it as "successful" - so what's next?, asks Dr Christopher Galloway.

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Opinion and Features

Opinion: Education crucial in overthrowing racism

Opinion: Education crucial in overthrowing racism

From Black Lives Matter rallies to the removal of historical statues, the twin themes of racism and colonialism have been making the headlines this year, write Dr Genaro Oliveira and Dr Brian Tweed.

How can mātauranga Māori shape our future?

How can mātauranga Māori shape our future?

In episode four of Conversations That Count - Ngā Kōrero Whai Take we explore what Mātauranga Māori means in modern Aotearoa.

Allan Gibson scholarship's 40-year milestone

Allan Gibson scholarship's 40-year milestone

Established in 1980, the Allan Gibson scholarship has helped many accountancy students through their studies.

Global media demand for Massey political experts

Global media demand for Massey political experts

From analysing the leaders' debates to interpreting the polls and the national mood - Massey's political commentators have been responding to a feverish appetite from international media for insights on Kiwi politics ahead of the October 17 election.

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