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Students jump into business boots and all
Thursday 17 April 2014
A 'Business Boot Camp' planned by Massey University's College of Business is offering 55 senior students from high to low decile schools the chance to immerse themselves in the real world of...
Vice-Chancellor's teaching awards honour the best
Thursday 17 April 2014
Exceptional teachers from each of Massey University's colleges who excel in both formal styles of lecturing as well as collaborative, inquiry based models of learning were honoured at the...
Winter is coming, and so is an election
Thursday 17 April 2014
The closer September 20 looms, the more we will hear about the threat posed to our democracy by the steady fall in the number of people bothering to vote.
Qualities of Massey students drive 'Engine' campaign
Thursday 17 April 2014
Massey University launches the next evolution of its "Engine of the new New Zealand" brand campaign this weekend. The campaign focuses on the inherent qualities of the university's students -...
New digital media production suite opens
Thursday 17 April 2014
Media Studies and communication journalism and marketing students have advanced new technology to learn with, following the opening of a digital media production village on the Wellington campus.
Saints march in with student-designed guernsey
Wednesday 16 April 2014
Two student designers will be excited more than most when St Kilda AFL players take the field at Westpac Stadium, Wellington for their Anzac Day match against the Brisbane Lions - they designed the...
'Duckman' gives 25k to wildlife hospital expansion
Tuesday 15 April 2014
A Wellington businessman who featured on Television One News' Good Sorts segment on Sunday has donated $25,000 towards the expansion of the Wildbase wildlife hospital at Massey University's...
Massey playwright’s ‘Blue Balloon’ flies higher
Tuesday 15 April 2014
Playwright and theatre lecturer Associate Professor Angie Farrow's award-winning play 'The Blue Balloon' has scooped another international honour, winning the Best Wildcard Award at the world's...
Opinion: Rapid change needed to slow climate change
Tuesday 15 April 2014
The world's climate is changing, but it remains possible to slow down the speed and extent of change if all countries, including New Zealand, play their part.
Biscuit exhibit offers commentary on casualties of war
Tuesday 15 April 2014
He has staged an art exhibition and installation of Anzac biscuits in France and now Associate Professor Kingsley Baird's thought-provoking commentary on the carnage and casualties of war is to be...
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