UNIVERSITY NEWS

A list of all university news articles in chronological order.

Fashion grad wins Project Runway

Fashion grad wins Project Runway

Massey fashion design graduate Sean Kelly has become the first New Zealander to win the TV fashion competition Project Runway.

Primary school pupils journey from pasture to plate

Primary school pupils journey from pasture to plate

When you are giving primary school children an introduction to agriculture, you have to be prepared for anything. That includes burning questions like - "are sharks cool?"

‘Machinery for imagining’ in Poetry NZ

‘Machinery for imagining’ in Poetry NZ

An adolescent's poem on bullying, and experimental works by an American poetics professor echo the diverse voices in the first edition of the country's longest-running poetry journal to be published by Massey University

Pasifika communities get financially savvy

Pasifika communities get financially savvy

To mark Money Week 2014, two Pacific churches in Auckland will host a pilot financial literacy programme to help their communities reach their financial aspirations.

Fashion grad wins Project Runway
Friday 24 October 2014
Massey fashion design graduate Sean Kelly has become the first New Zealander to win the TV fashion competition Project Runway.
Primary school pupils journey from pasture to plate
Thursday 23 October 2014
When you are giving primary school children an introduction to agriculture, you have to be prepared for anything. That includes burning questions like - "are sharks cool?"
Student Māori art fuses past and present
Thursday 23 October 2014
Merging contemporary art techniques and perspectives with traditional elements has resulted in a stunning Māori art exhibition by students at Massey University.
‘Machinery for imagining’ in Poetry NZ
Friday 17 October 2014
An adolescent's poem on bullying, and experimental works by an American poetics professor echo the diverse voices in the first edition of the country's longest-running poetry journal to be published...
New financial literacy course offered in workplaces
Wednesday 15 October 2014
To celebrate Money Week 2014, a new online version of the Fin-Ed Centre's Money Smarts course, called Money Smarts @Work, is being offered in workplaces for the first time.
Massey to work more closely with local businesses
Wednesday 15 October 2014
Massey University has committed to working with local businesses to drive the economic development of the North Harbour area.
Pasifika communities get financially savvy
Wednesday 15 October 2014
To mark Money Week 2014, two Pacific churches in Auckland will host a pilot financial literacy programme to help their communities reach their financial aspirations.
Dr Mike Joy to deliver 2014 Bruce Jesson Lecture
Friday 10 October 2014
The ongoing decline in water quality across New Zealand is a threat to our global 'clean green' reputation, and future generations will end up paying the price of our short-term thinking, says Dr...
Massey University supporting World Food Day
Friday 10 October 2014
Massey University will support World Food Day next Thursday (October 16) by inviting staff and students to donate non-perishable food items, which will then be donated to charities in Auckland,...
Indian cultural celebrations begin at Albany campus
Wednesday 8 October 2014
A 10-day celebration of Indian culture began on Thursday at Massey's Albany campus with the launch of an exhibition of rare photos of Indian political and spiritual leader Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand...
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