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Massey celebrates women in science

Massey celebrates women in science

The role of women in the science profession is being recognised and celebrated at Massey University as part of the United Nations International Day of Women and Girls in Science.

Future of education, jobs and economy

Future of education, jobs and economy

Understanding the global economic forces that determine whether a tertiary degree will result in a job - let alone a well-paid one - is the theme of visiting British educational economist Professor Hugh Lauder's lecture series in New Zealand this month.

Farm nutrient and water management in the spotlight

Farm nutrient and water management in the spotlight

Nutrient and water management for sustainable farming will be highlighted when New Zealand and international specialists meet next week at Massey University.

Sir Stephen Tindall opens social innovation conference

Sir Stephen Tindall opens social innovation conference

Massey University's Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference will open next week with a public lecture by Warehouse founder Sir Stephen Tindall.

Massey celebrates women in science
Thursday 11 February 2016
The role of women in the science profession is being recognised and celebrated at Massey University as part of the United Nations International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
'Gentleman' George Shouksmith remembered as Massey leader
Tuesday 9 February 2016
College of Humanities and Social Sciences Pro Vice-Chancellor Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley has paid tribute to Professor George Emeritus Shouksmith, who died in Feilding on January 20, aged...
Future of education, jobs and economy
Monday 8 February 2016
Understanding the global economic forces that determine whether a tertiary degree will result in a job - let alone a well-paid one - is the theme of visiting British educational economist Professor...
Farm nutrient and water management in the spotlight
Friday 5 February 2016
Nutrient and water management for sustainable farming will be highlighted when New Zealand and international specialists meet next week at Massey University.
Sir Stephen Tindall opens social innovation conference
Wednesday 3 February 2016
Massey University's Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference will open next week with a public lecture by Warehouse founder Sir Stephen Tindall.
Massey selects FCB as its new ad agency
Tuesday 2 February 2016
Massey University begins 2016 with a new agency, appointing FCB New Zealand as its creative and media services partner.
Wero set for rising science pupils
Monday 1 February 2016
Aerospace engineer Mana Vautier set a wero (challenge) on Saturday to 80 secondary school pupils at the launch of PŪHORO - the Māori Science Academy - to gain the skills and expertise to...
Symposium sets sights on equity through education
Friday 29 January 2016
The need to establish research and advocacy to help combat inequity in education is the driver for a symposium hosted by Massey University's Institute of Education on Wednesday, 17 February.
Massey opens communication lines with China
Friday 29 January 2016
Delegates from several Chinese universities visited Massey University's Auckland campus to learn how communications and public relations are taught in New Zealand.
Te Reo surge in latest Poetry NZ
Tuesday 26 January 2016
The question 'what is New Zealand poetry?' is the overriding one for editor Dr Jack Ross, as he sifts through hundreds of submissions for Poetry New Zealand. His answer? We need to hear more...
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