UNIVERSITY NEWS

A list of all university news articles in chronological order.

Survey shows communication graduates are mobile and in demand

Survey shows communication graduates are mobile and in demand

A Massey University survey of graduates from its Bachelor of Communication degree has found high employment rates in a diverse range of sectors.

Māori STEM academy celebrates graduation success

Māori STEM academy celebrates graduation success

A programme designed to boost the numbers of Māori in science, technology, engineering and maths has graduated its first cohort of secondary school students in what's being hailed as a breakthrough for Māori education.

Living the tourism dream sustainably

Living the tourism dream sustainably

Environmental and social impacts of tourism - from freedom campers to overcrowded national park trails and accommodation shortages in Queenstown - must be balanced with benefits says the convener of a conference on sustainable tourism.

Going global in sports’ sector work experience

Going global in sports’ sector work experience

The opportunity to undertake Work-Integrated Learning sport industry projects internationally has provided great personal and professional learning opportunities for undergraduate and postgraduate students.

Whanganui find the winning formula
Thursday 28 June 2018
Year 12 students from Whanganui High School have yet again taken out the M3S: Massey Manawatu Maths and Stats Competition, despite strong competition from around the central North Island.
Curatorial internship for fine arts graduate
Thursday 28 June 2018
Massey University graduate, Robert Laking, has been named as the recipient of the 2018 New Zealand Portrait Gallery Liz Stringer Curatorial Internship at the New Zealand Portrait Gallery Te...
Postgrads encouraged to enter Three Minute Thesis
Thursday 28 June 2018
An eye-catching slide, a snappy title and a creative way to tell your research story are among key elements for success in Three Minute Thesis (3MT) - an international talent quest for scholars with...
How are security agencies keeping us safe?
Monday 25 June 2018
How concerned should we be about threats to our security - from terrorists to cyber hacking? What are the boundaries for our intelligence agencies when it comes to protecting the safety of citizens...
Students receive international PR insights
Thursday 21 June 2018
The students in Massey University's Master of Professional Public Relations programme covered a lot of ground during this year's international study tour.
Children’s book faces shame and pain of Vietnam War
Wednesday 20 June 2018
War historian Professor Glyn Harper has written a number of well-loved children's books about the Anzacs and First and Second World War themes. His new children's book is on the Vietnam War of the...
Campus innovation project celebrated
Tuesday 19 June 2018
The three-year Living Lab innovation project, Pukeahu ki Tua on the Wellington campus, may have closed but the mauri (life force) of the project has been passed back to the campus to ensure the work...
Meat alternatives at Fieldays
Friday 15 June 2018
A good curry could be made with chicken, beef, tofu or even meat-like alternatives from plant proteins like Sunfed Meats, but Massey's stand at National Fieldays will give crowds a taste for another...
Health important to ‘future farming’ at Fieldays
Thursday 14 June 2018
The 'future of farming' theme at this year's National Fieldays is about more than just technology to change industries, it is also about the knowledge to lead healthier lives.
50 years of Massey at Fieldays
Tuesday 12 June 2018
Massey staff were involved in the National Fieldays from its early days, but did not have a site at the iconic event until 1973, four years after it started, when a young Ralph Sims loaded up a...
Investigative journalists dig deep at conference
Tuesday 12 June 2018
Many of the country's leading investigative journalists spent the weekend at Massey's Wellington campus discussing the top issues dominating the sector with media colleagues.
Neil Waters building expansion under way
Friday 8 June 2018
Construction to extend the Sir Neil Waters Building at Massey University's Auckland campus begins this week, marking an important milestone in the campus expansion plans.
Former Vice-Chancellor Sir Neil Waters dies
Thursday 7 June 2018
Former Massey University Vice-Chancellor Professor Emeritus Sir Neil Waters has died in Auckland this morning after a lengthy illness, aged 87.
Massey brings the future to National Fieldays
Thursday 7 June 2018
Massey University is living the "future of farming" theme at National Fieldays this year with robots, future foods, an artificially intelligent farm assistant, and a focus on health and wellbeing on...
Distance learning success and a real pipe dream
Wednesday 6 June 2018
When Hamish Dick was offered the chance to play bagpipes competitively in Scotland, he couldn't say no. The newly capped Bachelor of Arts graduate lived his pipe dreams and fulfilled his study...
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