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South Auckland students explore Health career options

South Auckland students explore Health career options

Around 50 Pasifika Health Science Academy students spent time at Massey's Auckland campus exploring health careers and getting hands-on experience as part of the first Health Alliance Day.

Runner dedicates Masters Games event to World War I uncle

Runner dedicates Masters Games event to World War I uncle

An inaugural Massey University Blues Sportsperson of the Year Blues winner will have more than just running on her mind when she competes in the cross country event at the World Masters' Games.

The holey grail: It starts with boiling rocks

The holey grail: It starts with boiling rocks

In the fifth lecture of the 'Fascination Science' series, Professor Shane Telfer will explore a new kind of porous solid that could serve humanity well in the years to come.

Putting caring into mental health care

Putting caring into mental health care

In a mental health crisis sometimes you need to buy time till help is available, so a Massey University student has come up with a self help care package that could help get people through crucial hours or days.

South Auckland students explore Health career options
Monday 24 April 2017
Around 50 Pasifika Health Science Academy students spent time at Massey's Auckland campus exploring health careers and getting hands-on experience as part of the first Health Alliance Day.
Runner dedicates Masters Games event to World War I uncle
Monday 24 April 2017
An inaugural Massey University Blues Sportsperson of the Year Blues winner will have more than just running on her mind when she competes in the cross country event at the World Masters' Games.
The holey grail: It starts with boiling rocks
Friday 21 April 2017
In the fifth lecture of the 'Fascination Science' series, Professor Shane Telfer will explore a new kind of porous solid that could serve humanity well in the years to come.
Putting caring into mental health care
Thursday 20 April 2017
In a mental health crisis sometimes you need to buy time till help is available, so a Massey University student has come up with a self help care package that could help get people through crucial...
Planes, pets and food science for tertiary education minister
Wednesday 19 April 2017
Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Paul Goldsmith made his first visit to Massey University's Manawatū campus today.
Māori science academy surpasses national pass rates
Thursday 13 April 2017
A unique Massey University Academy that guides young Māori into careers in science has resulted in pass rates that surpass nationwide averages.
Massey University Auckland campus closing at 11am
Thursday 13 April 2017
The University is closing the Auckland campus from 11am today for the safety of students and staff as Cyclone Cook approaches. All lectures, tutorials, labs and other teaching events are cancelled...
Staff and students to illuminate LUX Light Festival
Wednesday 12 April 2017
It's exactly a month till Wellington's waterfront and laneways become illuminated as part of the LUX Light Festival from May 12 to 21.
Climate change lessons for Fiji leader
Thursday 6 April 2017
Fiji's Agriculture Minister Inia Seruiratu visited Massey University's Manawatū campus yesterday to learn about work being done to combat climate change through different farming methods.
Create1world empowering youth artists and activists
Thursday 6 April 2017
With so many humanitarian, economic, military and ecological crises facing the world it can get depressing, especially if you are a young person with a life ahead of you, says Na'or Tal Alfassi...
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