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China's recently appointed New Zealand Ambassador paid his first visit to Massey's Manawatū campus, continuing a long-standing association between the university and China's Embassy.
Well-known New Zealand band L.A.B have just released two live tracks that they recorded at Massey Studios on the Pukeahu campus.
There are few people whose decisions can influence and impact the daily lives of all New Zealanders, and renowned Māori scholar Professor Rangi Mātāmua, Tūhoe, is one of them: he is responsible for leading the formation of the country’s newest public holiday, Matariki on 24 June.
With New Zealand’s recent border reopening announcement, Massey University is gearing up to welcome international students back to campus life with a new international student marketing campaign.
Dr Kathryn Rowe’s doctoral thesis investigated how primary school principals developed their leadership practices from first-time principals in 2007 until 2017, and how those practices impacted student achievement.
For 65-year-old Dr Anthony Mattson, his academic journey has been, in his own words, the loose thread he kept tripping over for 40 years.
Senior lecturer in clinical psychology Dr Ilana Seager van Dyk’s ultimate goal is to better understand the vast mental health disparities experienced by LGBTQ+ youth, and to improve evidence-based clinical care for these youth and their families.
To celebrate International Pride Month, Dr Julia de Bres shares her research on discourses relating to parents of transgender children.