magazine for alumni and friends of
Issue 13, November 2002
Craig Pearless, who graduated from Albany this year with a Masters
in Management in dispute resolution, talks about his work in East
Timor. The Book:
Mission to East Timor
has happened to some of the people in past issues of MASSEY.
origins of an indelicate gesture, plus advice on storing coffee.
painter, graphic designer, and Maori art
consultant Julie Kipa talks about the return of ta moko.
from around the campuses and colleges.
national leader in Mäori-centred research.
DNA of long-dead penguins is making researchers rethink the pace
of evolution. Professor David Lambert heads the research team.
makings of an entrepreneur
to know the ingredients? Researcher Claire Massey can tell you.
notes and news
from alumni from around the globe.
one-off Massey University Anniversary Medals have been awarded
to alumni who have made special contributions to their communities
and their country.
the only post-Oscar interview he granted, we meet Oscar winner
Richard Taylor. LOTR
respected and reviled, the University’s namesake was no mean
Hulme-Moir meets Melissa Moon, 2001 world champion mountain runner,
aspirant Olympian, and seasoned extramural student.
and Andy Watson run a most unusual business.
i roto i te wairua Maori
the Mäori spirit: Mike Pehi is something more than a funeral
and Andrea Bruce are resident in the Cayman Islands.
• Akekeia! Traditional
Dance in Kiribati Tony and Joan Whincup
• Tourism for Development: empowering
communities Regina Scheyvens
• New Zealand Abroad: the story
of VSA’s work in Africa, Asia and the Pacific
• Parting Company: a
to successful separation Allyson Caseley
• Spirituality and Social
Care: Contributing to Personal and Community Well-being, edited by Mary Nash
and Bruce Stewart
• What’s News: edited
by Professor Judy McGregor and Dr Margie Comrie
• Royce Royce, the People’s
choice: Author Peter Hawes reviews his reviewers
• Anne Noble States of Grace: Justin
Paton (editor), Anne Kennedy, Lydia Wevers