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WearableArt walking trail will surprise and delight

WearableArt walking trail will surprise and delight

It's called WOW Wander and that's what this celebration of the World of WearableArt Awards sets out to do, on a Wellington walk showcasing 16 WOW garments at various locations in the capital.

Supporting young people into employment

Supporting young people into employment

Two Massey University academics have used their research findings to craft guidelines for businesses, to help support young people into employment.

Māori enterprise study identifies support gaps

Māori enterprise study identifies support gaps

A new report shows Māori entrepreneurs can experience issues with accessing finance, tax compliance and managing debt at various stages when establishing and growing their businesses.

Sustainable designs among the Best

Sustainable designs among the Best

Students and graduates from Massey University's College of Creative Arts won eight gold pins at the 2018 Best Design Awards for entries ranging from an emergency water storage system, to a multi-use courier bag to a reusable nappy cleaning service.

Supporting young people into employment

Supporting young people into employment

Two Massey University academics have used their research findings to craft guidelines for businesses, to help support young people into employment.

Māori enterprise study identifies support gaps

Māori enterprise study identifies support gaps

A new report shows Māori entrepreneurs can experience issues with accessing finance, tax compliance and managing debt at various stages when establishing and growing their businesses.

Hidden harm: Up to 40% of older Kiwis drink hazardously

Hidden harm: Up to 40% of older Kiwis drink hazardously

New research shows that between 35 to 40 per cent of New Zealanders aged 50 years or older may also drink hazardously.

Peer effects, personal characteristics and asset allocation

Peer effects, personal characteristics and asset allocation

Dr Jasmine Fang explains the factors that influence our investment decisions.

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University News

German researcher studies Māori journalism culture

German researcher studies Māori journalism culture

Visiting German professor Folker Hanusch studies the way culture influences journalism. He will be give a public research seminar about Māori journalism next week.

Love of literature thriving in digital age - Shakespeare man

Love of literature thriving in digital age - Shakespeare man

A preoccupation with digital media does not mean reading books is off the menu for youth - that's the view of Massey University Shakespeare specialist Dr Bill Angus.

WearableArt walking trail will surprise and delight

WearableArt walking trail will surprise and delight

It's called WOW Wander and that's what this celebration of the World of WearableArt Awards sets out to do, on a Wellington walk showcasing 16 WOW garments at various locations in the capital.

From Waikato to Wageningen

From Waikato to Wageningen

It is hard to find time when you are studying, but Master of Science student Mattes Groenendijk manages to hunt, fish, train Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and even spent six-months on the other side of the world.

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Awards and Appointments

Sustainable designs among the Best

Sustainable designs among the Best

Students and graduates from Massey University's College of Creative Arts won eight gold pins at the 2018 Best Design Awards for entries ranging from an emergency water storage system, to a multi-use courier bag to a reusable nappy cleaning service.

Massey staff member wins at Women of Influence Awards

Massey staff member wins at Women of Influence Awards

School of Management senior lecturer and the first female elected to the board of New Zealand Rugby Dr Farah Palmer has received the 2018 Women of Influence Board and Management Award.

Two Massey academics awarded teaching excellence awards

Two Massey academics awarded teaching excellence awards

Dr Kathryn Hay and Professor Andy Martin were last night awarded Sustained Excellence in Tertiary Teaching Awards for 2018 as part of the National Tertiary Teaching Awards.

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Opinion and Features

Early settler’s photos reveal a changing landscape

Early settler’s photos reveal a changing landscape

Environmental historian Dr Catherine Knight's new book celebrates the life and work of a 19th century farmer and beekeeper whose photographs captured colonial life in a remote Manawatū valley and the dramatic changes to its landscape.

National Social Workers Day

National Social Workers Day

Associate Professor Kieran O'Donoghue commends social workers on the role they play towards personal and community transformation.

Novel reveals Victorian London through Māori eyes

Novel reveals Victorian London through Māori eyes

An OE starting in London is a milestone for many young Kiwis. Award-winning author and creative writing lecturer Dr Tina Makereti's new novel explores the intriguing and remarkable 'overseas experiences' of a young Māori man shipped to London in the 1840s as a living human exhibit.

Studying storytelling through silent comics

Studying storytelling through silent comics

An avid childhood reader of Tintin, Asterix, Lucky Luke and Donald Duck, Dr Barbara Postema probably didn't envisage she would one day be paid to read and research comics.

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