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A staff-student collaboration system that helps students to create and contribute to their campus experience.
Projects funded through our 2016 Contestable Fund round include:
Pukeahu Pathway: Sacred Places and Secret Spaces introduces staff and students to movement, mindfulness and the discovery of contemplative outdoor spaces on our campus.
This project connects students and their supervisors with the resources available to help them transition from undergraduate to postgraduate study and from study into an academic career or the workplace. By mapping and assessing the uptake and efficacy of existing resources we can see if any new ones need to be developed.
A showcase for displaying the work of Massey students is being launched in July and a digital showcase self-curated by staff and students through Twitter (#pyramidscreen) is currently being trialled in the pyramid.
Pukeahu ki Tua is undertaking foundational research into interdisciplinary learning and experiential learning to support Massey's aim to create education experiences for students that meet the evolving needs of 21st century learning.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016
The improved Pyramid space in use
10:24 PM Wed 24 Feb 2016
Project on display for O-Week 2016 - feedback has been great!
10:23 PM Wed 24 Feb 2016
Final Presentation to Clients
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