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Opinion: The silence of the voices

Opinion: The silence of the voices

On Saturday September 23, New Zealanders will go to the polls and vote for the 52nd Parliament. Well, some of us will. Probably fewer than did three years ago.

Massey staff create bursary to assist students in need

Massey staff create bursary to assist students in need

When Massey Business School staff were asked how funds donated through its direct-from-salary giving programme should be used, they voted to support students facing financial hardship.

Silver ferns, snowflakes and the butterfly effect

Silver ferns, snowflakes and the butterfly effect

Have you ever considered that our nation's iconic silver fern is in fact a mathematical oddity known as a fractal? The fifth instalment of a free lecture series held at the Massey University's Albany campus will explore the world around us that goes unnoticed.

Fellowship caps PhD graduation celebrations

Fellowship caps PhD graduation celebrations

It's a double celebration for emergency management specialist Sara McBride who has been conferred with her doctorate at Massey University Graduation ceremonies in Wellington .

Geographer honoured for farm and forestry research

Geographer honoured for farm and forestry research

The study of this country's farming and forestry industries, and of the development of geography as a university subject in New Zealand, are themes at the heart of more than 30 years of academic work that earned geographer Professor Michael Roche a Doctor of Literature.

Veges don’t make the cut in school kitchens

Veges don’t make the cut in school kitchens

A Massey University dietitian is concerned at the lack of skills taught to intermediate school children about creating and cooking simple meals using vegetables.

Older cats – when to say goodbye?

Older cats – when to say goodbye?

A Massey researcher is looking for study participants who have euthanased their older cat in the past six months to better understand the interplay between veterinarians, animals and owners around the choice to euthanase.

Doctoral research informed by global and local crisis

Doctoral research informed by global and local crisis

Clinical psychologist Maureen Mooney has confronted crisis situations all over the world but returned to Christchurch to complete her PhD researching children's behaviour in the aftermath of the Canterbury earthquakes.

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University News

Book provides insight into NZ army

Book provides insight into NZ army

The latest offering from Massey University Press provides a unique insider perspective of the role, changes and challenges facing the New Zealand Army.

Silver ferns, snowflakes and the butterfly effect

Silver ferns, snowflakes and the butterfly effect

Have you ever considered that our nation's iconic silver fern is in fact a mathematical oddity known as a fractal? The fifth instalment of a free lecture series held at the Massey University's Albany campus will explore the world around us that goes unnoticed.

Friction-free influencer to share insights

Friction-free influencer to share insights

Much has been written about the power of persuasion over the years and a guest speaker to Massey Business School, Harry Mills, shares new insights next week into what he calls "friction-free influencing".

Trust in an age of political discontent

Trust in an age of political discontent

In the next free public lecture in the 'Our Changing World' series Massey University politics specialists will discuss the wave of political discontent seen around the world.

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Awards and Appointments

Massey staff awarded ONZM

Massey staff awarded ONZM

Massey staff were amoung those honoured at Government House in Wellington this week by Govenor General Rt Hon Dame Patsy Reddy.

Fellowship caps PhD graduation celebrations

Fellowship caps PhD graduation celebrations

It's a double celebration for emergency management specialist Sara McBride who has been conferred with her doctorate at Massey University Graduation ceremonies in Wellington .

Massey staff create bursary to assist students in need

Massey staff create bursary to assist students in need

When Massey Business School staff were asked how funds donated through its direct-from-salary giving programme should be used, they voted to support students facing financial hardship.

Scholarships provide boost for Ag-hort students

Scholarships provide boost for Ag-hort students

More than 100 agriculture and horticulture students have received scholarships from local organisations, donors and trusts to support their study at Massey.

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Opinion and Features

Opinion: The silence of the voices

Opinion: The silence of the voices

On Saturday September 23, New Zealanders will go to the polls and vote for the 52nd Parliament. Well, some of us will. Probably fewer than did three years ago.

Looming clash between home owners and renters

Looming clash between home owners and renters

With major policy announcements from the two largest parties this month, there is no doubt housing is shaping up as one of the key issues for the 2017 general election.

Opinion: New Zealand’s population debate

Opinion: New Zealand’s population debate

Challenges around housing affordability, access to employment and pressure on infrastructure are often seen as a consequence of immigration. But is this fair?

Who's NZ's anti-establishment candidate?

Who's NZ's anti-establishment candidate?

What effect will the anti-establishment sentiments we've seen in the UK, Europe and the United States may have on New Zealand's election?

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