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Bali Haque has been presented with an Honorary Doctorate in Education (honoris causa) in recognition of his outstanding service and longstanding contribution to education.
Former Massey University Vice-Chancellor, the Honourable Steve Maharey CNZM, has been awarded an honorary Doctorate of Literature at a graduation ceremony in Palmerston North today.
Her Excellency, the Right Honourable Professor Dame Cynthia (Cindy) Kiro GNZM QSO, has received an Honorary Doctorate in Health in recognition of her outstanding achievements in academia and contributions to the services of Aotearoa New Zealand.
Former Deputy Vice-Chancellor Global Engagement, the late Stuart Morriss, has been awarded the Massey University Medal (posthumously), in recognition of his outstanding lifetime dedication to advancing the university for the benefit of Aotearoa New Zealand and his unwavering commitment to progressing the Massey student experience.
Ki te hoe! Education for Aotearoa addresses one of the most pressing questions for educators in New Zealand - how to enact Te Tiriti o Waitangi and equitably privilege mātauranga, kaupapa and tikanga Māori with other knowledge systems that are typically privileged.
Two researchers from Massey’s Research Centre for Hauora and Health have been awarded Pacific Health Research Career Development Awards to fund their research projects about Tokealauan youth.
Consumers will benefit from new research at the Riddet Institute that hopes to improve the digestion properties of milk-based products.
Professor Sarah Riley is the co-author of newly published book that explores the intersection of postfeminism and health studies.