LATEST NEWS

A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

New professors and associate professors announced

New professors and associate professors announced

Twelve Massey staff have been promoted to professor and 24 to associate professor.

New mural brings te ao Māori to vibrant life on Wallace St

New mural brings te ao Māori to vibrant life on Wallace St

A new mural by artist Xoë Hall (Kāi Tahu) has been unveiled at Massey University's College of Creative Arts showcasing the creative spirit on the Pukeahu Wellington campus.

Native geckos reintroduced to pest-free sanctuary in Hauraki Gulf

Native geckos reintroduced to pest-free sanctuary in Hauraki Gulf

Ninety native geckos were released on Motutapu Island last week and a second release is planned for December on Otata Island, thanks to a collaboration with Massey University and the Department of Conservation.

Student member of Massey Council successfully re-elected

Student member of Massey Council successfully re-elected

Ngahuia Kirton has maintained her position as the student member on the Massey University Council.

Latest releases

A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Opinion: Why does an oath in Sanskrit in Aotearoa New Zealand’s parliament raise questions?
Friday 27 November 2020
Language is deeply political and constituted in terrains of power. The politics of language is evident in the struggles for Te Reo Māori in Aotearoa New Zealand.
New professors and associate professors announced
Friday 27 November 2020
Twelve Massey staff have been promoted to professor and 24 to associate professor.
Managing information overload in the time of Trump
Thursday 26 November 2020
Professor of Technology Management David Pauleen reflects on his twenty-day mediation retreat and how it fostered even a glimpse of compassion for Trump.
New mural brings te ao Māori to vibrant life on Wallace St
Thursday 26 November 2020
A new mural by artist Xoë Hall (Kāi Tahu) has been unveiled at Massey University's College of Creative Arts showcasing the creative spirit on the Pukeahu Wellington campus.
Native geckos reintroduced to pest-free sanctuary in Hauraki Gulf
Thursday 26 November 2020
Ninety native geckos were released on Motutapu Island last week and a second release is planned for December on Otata Island, thanks to a collaboration with Massey University and the Department of...
Psychology of breaking bad news about cancer
Wednesday 25 November 2020
New research from Massey University explores the dynamics of giving and receiving 'bad news' about cancer diagnosis - from the way families cope to how hard it is for doctors to deliver the news.
Does our approach to mental health need to be re-written?
Wednesday 25 November 2020
For the last episode of Conversations That Count - Ngā Kōrero Whai Take we explore NZ's current approach to mental health and well being and question whether it's time to re-think how...
Student member of Massey Council successfully re-elected
Wednesday 25 November 2020
Ngahuia Kirton has maintained her position as the student member on the Massey University Council.
Master of Engineering applicants needed to solve agritech challenges
Monday 23 November 2020
Agritech is a fast growing industry in New Zealand and Massey is calling on people who want to further their skills and contribute to solving challenges in the food sector.
Class of 2020 enjoy celebrating at Manawatū Graduation
Friday 20 November 2020
The first Graduation ceremonies for 2020 are being held in Manawatū this week.
Lifetime devotion to Māori education recognised with highest honour
Thursday 19 November 2020
Dr Manahai Paewai's commitment to Māori education has been demonstrated by his active participation and leadership in university events of significance.
Massey University continues representation in Women of Influence Awards
Thursday 19 November 2020
Once again, the 2020 Women of Influence Awards held strong connections to Massey with a research programme, a previous University Council member and alumni included in the winners.
What does community-focused palliative care look like? New funding for research
Thursday 19 November 2020
Researchers from Massey University have received funding to investigate what a community-focused palliative care service model could look like in New Zealand.
Mana Moana public art experience to be projected on Wellington waterfront
Wednesday 18 November 2020
A ground-breaking art installation curated by two artists and Massey staff members Rachael Rakena and Mike Bridgman, Mana Moana, is back on the water in Wellington this week with a spectacular...
Sexuality and intimacy research to benefit residential age care facilities
Wednesday 18 November 2020
Massey University Professor of Social Work Mark Henrickson and his team have spent the last three years on their research project with the aim to support and develop awareness, policies and education...
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