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COVID-19 updates

We've created a COVID-19 website to keep our community informed including the impact on university operations as government alert levels change.

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New infographics provide insights from women coaches

Insights into women coaches in Aotearoa New Zealand are revealed in a series of three infographics released by High Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ) together with Massey University.

Study highlights differences in New Zealand beef

New research from the Riddet Institute indicates there are differences in meat quality between pasture-raised New Zealand beef and grain-finished cattle.

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Vegetables come first for PhD student

Jeanette Rapson’s study investigated whether feeding babies vegetable-only foods from the moment they start solids helps them to eat more vegetables as they grow.

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Research reveals emerging environmental contaminants of concern in NZ dolphins

Massey scientists revealed emerging environmental contaminants of concern within New Zealand dolphins.

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Massey signs agreement with Wellington Zoo

The chance for Massey University’s vet students to study and contribute to animal welfare, veterinary care and research for some of the planet’s more exotic and endangered species is now a reality.

Playwriting prize awarded to Creative Writing student

Master of Creative Writing student Rawinia Parata, of Ngāti Porou and Ngāi Tahu, has won a Playmarket Brown Ink award for her debut full-length play 'Our Side of the Fence'.

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New Zealand’s most successful Olympian and Canoe Sprint champion Lisa Carrington has been named the inaugural winner of the Massey University Blues Sports Awards Supreme Award for 2021 and received the Distance Sportswoman of the Year award.

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MBA leads to managing multiple large global accounts

Long Nguyen made the difficult decision to pack up his life and leave his job at “one of the best workplaces in Vietnam” in 2019 to move to New Zealand and study a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at Massey University.

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