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Excellence recognised at Parliament
The University's Research Medals and Vice-Chancellor's Teaching Excellence were presented at a formal dinner at Parliament last month. Vice-Chancellor Professor Judith Kinnear hosted the event in association with Health Minister and Massey alumnus Pete Hodgson. Mr Hodgson said he was delighted to host his alma mater at Parliament.
Associate Professor Peter Snell was guest speaker.
The individual medal went to Professor Neil Pearce, Director of the Centre for Public Health Research and the team medal went to the Research Centre for Maori Health and Development, both from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Early career medals were awarded to Dr Ajay Awati from the College of Sciences, Dr Ben Marshall from the College of Business and Dr Glen Pettigrove of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. Professor Barry Scott, from the College of Sciences, received the supervisor's medal.
Recipients of the Vice-Chancellor's Awards for teaching were Dr Tracy Riley, Dr Bryan Walpert, Dr Andy Martin and Dr Sharon Stevens.
Caption: Vice-Chancellor Professor Judith Kinnear with all the medal winners. From left; Te Kana Kingi, Eljohn Fitzgerald, Barry Scott, Glen Pettigrove, Steve Stannard, Malcolm King, Professor Kinnear, Ajay Awati, Amohia Boulton, Brendon Stevenson, Chris Cunningham, Ben Marshall, Maureen Holdaway, Heather Gifford, John Waldon and Neil Pearce.
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