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UNIVERSITY NEWS

A list of all university news articles in chronological order.

Indigenous voices on sustainability take global platform

Indigenous voices on sustainability take global platform

Māori philosopher Associate Professor Krushil Watene has been appointed to the Advisory Board of the 2020 UN Human Development Report alongside some of the world's leading economists and humanitarian thinkers.

New world-class hockey turf for Manawatū

New world-class hockey turf for Manawatū

A new world-class hockey turf is now available for the Manawatū community

Gold, gas and data – online conference drills into the meanings of mining

Gold, gas and data – online conference drills into the meanings of mining

A free online conference starting next week will explore the diverse meanings, scenarios and impacts of extraction in modern times.

Unseen images reveal Kiwi experiences of WW II

Unseen images reveal Kiwi experiences of WW II

From close-up shots of aerial bombings to posing on enemy tanks or the Pyramids - unseen photographs by New Zealand servicemen and women in the Second World War will soon be accessible in a new book by war historian Professor Glyn Harper.

Indigenous voices on sustainability take global platform
Monday 29 June 2020
Māori philosopher Associate Professor Krushil Watene has been appointed to the Advisory Board of the 2020 UN Human Development Report alongside some of the world's leading economists and...
New world-class hockey turf for Manawatū
Thursday 25 June 2020
A new world-class hockey turf is now available for the Manawatū community
Gold, gas and data – online conference drills into the meanings of mining
Thursday 25 June 2020
A free online conference starting next week will explore the diverse meanings, scenarios and impacts of extraction in modern times.
Unseen images reveal Kiwi experiences of WW II
Monday 22 June 2020
From close-up shots of aerial bombings to posing on enemy tanks or the Pyramids - unseen photographs by New Zealand servicemen and women in the Second World War will soon be accessible in a new book...
Virtual Information Evenings prove popular
Friday 19 June 2020
Massey hosted virtual information sessions for prospective students wanting to know more about studying here.
New Zealand conference exploring fatness in society goes global
Wednesday 17 June 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced a fat studies conference - an emerging field that confronts mainstream ideas about fatness - to go online.
What should NZ do about plastic waste? – webinar explores
Wednesday 17 June 2020
As the New Zealand Government reviews plastic waste exports under new international rules, Massey University environmental anthropologist and plastics campaigner Dr Trisia Farrelly highlights the...
Agreement between the NZDF and Massey University
Tuesday 16 June 2020
The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) and Massey University signed today a relationship agreement each party describes as "the way of the future".
Massey University continues to climb in QS Rankings
Wednesday 10 June 2020
Massey University has continued to climb in the latest QS World University Rankings, up an additional 15 places in the 2021 rankings, after rising 45 places last year.
Innovative new post-graduate nursing degree launched
Wednesday 20 May 2020
A new post-graduate nursing degree will increase access to nursing for people who may not have considered the career in the past.
Practical support for Māori students crucial
Wednesday 20 May 2020
The COVID-19 lockdown has revealed how heavily some students rely on campus resources to effectively study. The Te Rau Tauawhi, Māori Student Support team have been focused on ensuring students...
A grandmother inspires social work graduate
Wednesday 13 May 2020
Suzi Gallagher's path to gaining her Master in Applied Social Work has involved many twists and turns. A solo mum when she started as an undergraduate in 2008, she's relocated, bought a house, had...
Massey Scientist leads capacity building project for COVID-19 testing
Monday 4 May 2020
In the early days of the national Level 4 lockdown, work was ramping up for one Massey staff member as she helped turn a veterinary laboratory into a COVID-19 testing facility.
New directions for specialist teaching programme
Friday 1 May 2020
An increased focus on partnerships, digital innovation and equity are all part of the new directions for the Specialist Teaching programme.
Remembering jazzman Phil Broadhurst
Thursday 30 April 2020
It is with sadness and fond memories that the University acknowledges the passing of Phil Broadhurst, head of Massey's Jazz School (Auckland campus, Albany) from 2001 until 2016.
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