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Mite named after Massey scientist

Mite named after Massey scientist

The soil mite Notophthiracarus minorae Niedbała has been named after Dr Maria Minor of the Institute of Agriculture and Environment by a Polish scientist.

Inaugural head of College of Health farewelled

Inaugural head of College of Health farewelled

College of Health Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul McDonald's tenure at Massey University has been recognised at farewells on all campuses during the past fortnight.

Entering Three Minute Thesis is CV gold

Entering Three Minute Thesis is CV gold

Master's and doctoral students are being urged to enter 3MT, or Three Minute Thesis - an X Factor-style competition to find postgraduate researchers with dazzling presentation skills doing exciting research.

New book makes the ordinary extraordinary

New book makes the ordinary extraordinary

A new book of creative non-fiction writing, which examines the idea of place in New Zealand, offers innovative narratives on both familiar and unknown locations, its co-editors say.

Mite named after Massey scientist
Friday 22 July 2016
The soil mite Notophthiracarus minorae Niedbała has been named after Dr Maria Minor of the Institute of Agriculture and Environment by a Polish scientist.
Entering Three Minute Thesis is CV gold
Thursday 21 July 2016
Master's and doctoral students are being urged to enter 3MT, or Three Minute Thesis - an X Factor-style competition to find postgraduate researchers with dazzling presentation skills doing exciting...
Inaugural head of College of Health farewelled
Thursday 21 July 2016
College of Health Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul McDonald's tenure at Massey University has been recognised at farewells on all campuses during the past fortnight.
New book makes the ordinary extraordinary
Tuesday 19 July 2016
A new book of creative non-fiction writing, which examines the idea of place in New Zealand, offers innovative narratives on both familiar and unknown locations, its co-editors say.
University community supporting Massey Olympians
Friday 15 July 2016
Massey University is proud to have a record number of athletes heading to Rio as part of the New Zealand Olympic team.
A Festschrift fit for a scholar
Friday 15 July 2016
A traditional academic celebration, Festchrift, was held this week to mark the retirement of Professor Peter Munro.
Where’s your ‘standing place’?
Thursday 14 July 2016
Bachelor of Arts student Brandon Young travels Tamaki Drive past Bastion Point often. But he knew nothing of its historic significance as the site of a major Māori land protest in the 1970s...
Massey University joins with Te Papa Press
Thursday 14 July 2016
Massey University Press is to provide the publishing infrastructure for Te Papa Press under the leadership of one of New Zealand's most respected book publishers, Nicola Legat.
Massey pair in truck rescue support role
Tuesday 12 July 2016
When a Western Star truck plunged 50 metres into the Manawatu River on Friday morning with two people aboard, the usual emergency services - police, fire and ambulance - were all quickly in action.
Students get a taste for Massey food industry
Tuesday 12 July 2016
Year 12 and 13 high school students experienced what it is like to study horticulture and agriculture at Massey University during the AgHort Experience Day on the Manawatū campus today.
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