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Massey Women of Influence: Dr Huhana Smith

Massey Women of Influence: Dr Huhana Smith

Massey University is proud to have nearly 20 per cent of the 101 finalists in this year's Women of Influence Awards.

Go Innovate! kick-starts students' rugby business

Go Innovate! kick-starts students' rugby business

Four Massey University students focused on tackling the emerging US rugby market have taken out the top prize in the annual Go Innovate! competition.

Palmy gets under the skin of globe-trotting professor

Palmy gets under the skin of globe-trotting professor

Professor Matt Golding has travelled from one end of the world to the other exploring the "endless possibilities" of science.

Hockey investment welcomed by Massey

Hockey investment welcomed by Massey

Massey University is delighted with the news that the Palmerston North City Council is to invest $500,000 in a new world-class hockey turf facility at the University's Manawatū campus.

Putting the balance back into ageing lives

Putting the balance back into ageing lives

A new study from the School of Sport and Exercise has highlighted the benefits of Whole Body Vibration therapy for the frail elderly.

Ig Nobel award winners assess the personality of rocks

Ig Nobel award winners assess the personality of rocks

A Massey University marketing lecturer has received the 2016 Ig Nobel Prize for economics for asking students to describe the "brand personalities" of three rocks.

Out of Africa – earlier wave of humans discovered

Out of Africa – earlier wave of humans discovered

Molecular anthropology investigators may sound like something straight out of science fiction, but their work is allowing us to uncover when our earliest ancestors moved out of Africa - and it may be earlier than we thought.

Dog food research triumphs at 3MT finals

Dog food research triumphs at 3MT finals

A veterinary researcher beat 10 other finalists to win the PhD finals of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition with his research on dog protein requirements.

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Massey Women of Influence: Dr Huhana Smith

Massey Women of Influence: Dr Huhana Smith

Massey University is proud to have nearly 20 per cent of the 101 finalists in this year's Women of Influence Awards.

Students give art and aroha to youth facility

Students give art and aroha to youth facility

Students from Massey University's Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts (BMVA) programme have transformed the grey blank walls of a Palmerston north youth justice facility with colourful murals combining Māori art forms and pop culture.

Go Innovate! kick-starts students' rugby business

Go Innovate! kick-starts students' rugby business

Four Massey University students focused on tackling the emerging US rugby market have taken out the top prize in the annual Go Innovate! competition.

Hockey investment welcomed by Massey

Hockey investment welcomed by Massey

Massey University is delighted with the news that the Palmerston North City Council is to invest $500,000 in a new world-class hockey turf facility at the University's Manawatū campus.

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Awards and Appointments

Precision agriculture presidency

Precision agriculture presidency

Massey University's Professor Ian Yule has been announced as president-elect (2018-2020) for the International Society of Precision Agriculture.

Massey Women of Influence: Angie Farrow

Massey Women of Influence: Angie Farrow

Associate Professor Angie Farrow is a senior lecturer in the School of English and Media Studies and a multiple award-winning playwright. She specialises in performance drama, public speaking and other aspects of the creative process.

Rugby and netball titles return to Massey

Rugby and netball titles return to Massey

A commanding netball performance and solid rugby effort saw Massey University take out both the LA Brooks Cup and Enid Hills Memorial Trophy on Saturday.

High-flying alumnus nabs $300k scholarship

High-flying alumnus nabs $300k scholarship

Massey University graduate Jonathan Barnard has been awarded a scholarship worth more than $300,000 that will see him complete a PhD in Cambridge University in England.

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Opinion and Features

Palmy gets under the skin of globe-trotting professor

Palmy gets under the skin of globe-trotting professor

Professor Matt Golding has travelled from one end of the world to the other exploring the "endless possibilities" of science.

Celebrating the benefits of learning Japanese

Celebrating the benefits of learning Japanese

A mini-symposium highlighting the benefits of learning Japanese is just part of an evening of celebrations being held in Auckland on September 30.

New award named in Māori journalist’s honour

New award named in Māori journalist’s honour

The first Māori journalism lifetime achievement award is to be named in honour of Māori broadcasting pioneer Whai Ngata.

Dramatic artwork for new theatre

Dramatic artwork for new theatre

Auckland's waterfront has a new artwork created by renowned Māori artist and Professor of Māori Visual Arts at Massey University, Bob Jahnke.

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