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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Student finds his tribes in hip hop and helping profession

Student finds his tribes in hip hop and helping profession

Bachelor of Social Work student Thomas Read is dancing his way through his studies, successfully holding down two jobs, and playing a massive part in a champion hip hop group.

Taste-test new meat product at National Fieldays

Taste-test new meat product at National Fieldays

Massey is asking the public to taste-test a potential new beef product developed from dairy-origin cattle, at National Fieldays this year.

Supporting farming families during times of stress

Supporting farming families during times of stress

New research suggests health promotion campaigns could have a detrimental impact on some farmers during times of stress, and that agricultural professionals play an important role in hard times.

Augmented reality to revolutionise te reo in schools

Augmented reality to revolutionise te reo in schools

Amid increasing calls for schools to teach more New Zealand history, a new project just launched in the Manawatū will give students a very modern portal to some very ancient tales.

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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Spoonley returning to frontline social research
Friday 7 June 2019
Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley is as close to a household name in New Zealand as a sociologist can get, thanks to his profile as a prolific commentator on an array of often provocative topics.
Massey Ventures head a finalist in KiwiNet awards
Friday 7 June 2019
Massey Ventures chief executive Mark Cleaver is a finalist in the Commercialisation Professional category of the annual Kiwi Innovation Network Research Commercialisation Awards.
Study looks at app for parents of premature babies
Friday 7 June 2019
Being a new parent of a newborn admitted to a neonatal unit is stressful and challenging. A mobile health app designed to inform and support parents with babies in neonatal care is the focus of a...
Aussie farmer’s sacrifices to study vet science
Thursday 6 June 2019
While studying vet science at Massey has meant being separated from his family, John Spearpoint says the sacrifices have been worth it.
Queen's Birthday Honours for Massey alumni
Thursday 6 June 2019
Seven Massey University graduates are among recipients of this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.
Digital services tax a good interim measure
Thursday 6 June 2019
The Government's public consultation about the challenges of taxing multinational digital services companies is timely, says Massey Business School tax expert Dr Victoria Plekhanova.
Aquatic activity recommended for overweight children
Wednesday 5 June 2019
New research shows aquatic exercise could be key to allowing overweight children to complete physical activity, more effectively and with less chance of injury.
Health literacy – Whose agenda are we striving for?
Tuesday 4 June 2019
For her PhD thesis, Dr Teah Carlson, Te Whānau-ā-Apanui, Ngāti Porou, Waikato-Tainui, developed and evaluated a health literacy framework designed specifically for Māori.
Sociology: re-imagining hope for these times
Friday 31 May 2019
How useful is sociology in an age where humans are facing massive crises? Sociologist Dr Warwick Tie is spearheading a new programme that couples hope with critical thinking so students are prepped...
Massey student project rolls out to schools nationwide
Friday 31 May 2019
A te reo Māori learning resource developed by a group of design students from Massey University has received nationwide funding from the Ministry of Education.
Taking life-long learning to a new degree
Friday 31 May 2019
Keeping his mind active, having an interest to fill his days and being able to contribute to conversations are among the benefits of studying in later years, says Bachelor of Arts graduate John 'Jo'...
Digital campfire to renew love of nature
Thursday 30 May 2019
Fostering a love for nature among a generation more focused on digital screens than wilderness scenes is the aim of an online publication just launched by a team of Massey students.
The role religion plays in workplace behaviour
Thursday 30 May 2019
Understanding the relationship between religion and ethical decision-making is important for organisations with diverse workforces, says Massey PhD graduate Rahizah Sulaiman.
Models with cosmetic surgery don’t make the cut
Thursday 30 May 2019
While cosmetic surgery is becoming increasingly common in the world of advertising, chasing beauty ideals by going under the knife does not necessarily make a model more attractive to consumers.
Pyjama drive to help foster children
Wednesday 29 May 2019
After listening to a Radio New Zealand interview on Foster Hope, a charity that helps children in foster care, Associate Professor Caroline Miller knew she had to get involved.
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