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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Weta Workshop co-founder to lecture on collaboration and creativity

Weta Workshop co-founder to lecture on collaboration and creativity

Practical effects designer Sir Richard Taylor, who in June was named an honorary professor at Massey University in recognition of his contribution to New Zealand's creative industries and long-standing relationship with the College of Creative Arts, presents a free public lecture acknowledging the appointment tonight.

An alternative to KiwiBuild that makes economic sense

An alternative to KiwiBuild that makes economic sense

KiwiBuild will transfer enormous wealth from the public to the lucky few, Dr Oscar Lau says. He outlines an alternative and fairer way of offering affordable housing.

Academia and advocacy: New research centre comes to Massey

Academia and advocacy: New research centre comes to Massey

Professor Mohan Dutta uses a culture-centred approach to support communities to develop their own health-focused communication interventions and policies.

Nursing students head to Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference

Nursing students head to Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference

Massey University is proud to be sponsoring the 2018 Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference, being held in Auckland this week.

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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Five budgeting tips for retirement planning
Thursday 31 May 2018
Retirement can be expensive. It's hard enough to calculate how much money you'll need to live, let alone how to plan for hidden and unexpected costs.
Research shows room for improvement in schools' emergency preparedness
Wednesday 30 May 2018
'Be prepared' are watchwords for all New Zealanders making emergency plans but revealing findings from Massey University's Joint Centre for Disaster Research shows that schools could be doing better.
Work and study juggling act pays off for graduates
Wednesday 30 May 2018
Good things come in threes judging by the experience of Student Central staff Dominique Sayles, Dylan Barrow and Sydney Lash who not only work together but graduate on the same day too.
Three angles of Maharey in Noble photograph
Wednesday 30 May 2018
Steve Maharey has broken with tradition.
Massey graduation ceremonies at Wellington
Monday 28 May 2018
More than 680 graduates will cross the stage of the Michael Fowler Centre on Thursday to have their degrees conferred in separate ceremonies that feature addresses from prominent identities in the...
Lecture: Simplifying the science of Stephen Hawking
Monday 28 May 2018
Massey's Professor Tony Signal will attempt to decode some of Stephen Hawking's most famous scientific discoveries at a free community lecture in Palmerston North today.
Should you give your kids pocket money?
Friday 25 May 2018
As director of the Westpac Massey Fin-Ed Centre, one of the most common questions Dr Pushpa Wood gets is, 'Should I give my children pocket money?'
How temperature affects our response to advertising
Friday 25 May 2018
New research by Professor Valentyna Melnyk shows that consumers respond more positively to emotionally warm messages if they are feeling physically cold.
Remembering the New Zealand Veterinary Corps
Thursday 24 May 2018
A plaque dedicated to the New Zealand Veterinary Corps has been unveiled at Massey University's School of Veterinary Science today.
Scholarships give agriculture and horticulture students a hand up
Thursday 24 May 2018
The exceptional, and often times financially strapped, agriculture and horticulture students of Massey University have had a helping hand from industry and private donors on Wednesday night at the...
Massey celebrates Pink Shirt Day
Thursday 24 May 2018
Staff across Massey University celebrated Pink Shirt Day last week, with many outstanding entries for the photo competition. A winner from each campus was selected, along with a prize for the best...
Opinion: Why we should care about what happens in DR Congo
Thursday 24 May 2018
Despite its low profile in global news, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DR Congo) is more than just an Ebola health concern - it has strategic significance for the west and for China and is a...
Can poetry save the Earth?
Thursday 24 May 2018
Can reading, writing and studying poetry have any relevance to how we think about and respond to increasingly grim environmental issues?
Suits: Where to from here for leadership?
Thursday 24 May 2018
In the final instalment of his 'Suits' series, Dr Ralph Bathurst discusses how artificial intelligence will make the hero-leader irrelevant.
Women gather for annual leadership seminar
Wednesday 23 May 2018
Thirty staff members gathered at the Wellington campus this week for the seventh annual Women@Massey Leadership Seminar.
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