OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Study brings new business perspective for NZDF dog handler

Study brings new business perspective for NZDF dog handler

Corporal Aidan Cornwall can now add a Bachelor of Business degree to his list of accomplishments after completing a comprehensive course of study at Massey University.

Belonging at Massey

Belonging at Massey

Courtney Ngata-Turley, Taranaki, a Student Support Advisor Māori at Bachelor of Arts Student Engagement (BASE+), recently completed her Masters of Psychology with a topic that is close to her heart and her work.

Memoir explores racism, the Catholic church, and fathers

Memoir explores racism, the Catholic church, and fathers

Professor Richard Shaw has launched his memoir 'The Forgotten Coast', an examination of colonial privilege, his family's Catholicism and his relationship with his father.

Involving citizens in the science of weather

Involving citizens in the science of weather

Dr Marion Tan has been leading a working group of scientists to develop the High Impact Weather (HIWeather) Citizen Science Guidance Note for Weather, Climate, and Water Projects for the World Meteorological Organization.

Study brings new business perspective for NZDF dog handler
Thursday 2 December 2021
Corporal Aidan Cornwall can now add a Bachelor of Business degree to his list of accomplishments after completing a comprehensive course of study at Massey University.
Belonging at Massey
Tuesday 30 November 2021
Courtney Ngata-Turley, Taranaki, a Student Support Advisor Māori at Bachelor of Arts Student Engagement (BASE+), recently completed her Masters of Psychology with a topic that is close to her...
Memoir explores racism, the Catholic church, and fathers
Monday 15 November 2021
Professor Richard Shaw has launched his memoir 'The Forgotten Coast', an examination of colonial privilege, his family's Catholicism and his relationship with his father.
Involving citizens in the science of weather
Thursday 11 November 2021
Dr Marion Tan has been leading a working group of scientists to develop the High Impact Weather (HIWeather) Citizen Science Guidance Note for Weather, Climate, and Water Projects for the World...
Indigenous adaptations to climate change explored at COP26 event
Wednesday 10 November 2021
The School of Music and Creative Media Production are behind an event exploring indigenous adaptations to climate change at international conference.
Exposure exhibition showcases student creativity
Friday 5 November 2021
A new generation of artists, designers and other creatives' work will be on show at Massey University's annual Te Kanohi Kitea Exposure exhibition.
A tale of love, desperation and physics
Monday 1 November 2021
If you could go back in time to change one thing in your life, what would it be? And would you take the opportunity to change it? That is the premise of Professor Bryan Walpert's new novel,...
Supporting communities to improve waterways: Massey alumna finds dream role
Thursday 28 October 2021
It was a human geography paper and the insight into how people interact with the environment and treat the whenua that helped alumna Courtney Bond realise her future career path: supporting...
MBA leads to managing multiple large global accounts
Monday 18 October 2021
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...
Security guard turned Massey Scholar – James Cherrington’s journey to Social Work
Monday 18 October 2021
Master of Social Work graduate James Cherrington, Te iwi o Ngapuhi, te hapū O Ngati Hine, walks in many worlds.
Opinion: “If you don’t have a seat at the table bring a folding chair”
Wednesday 13 October 2021
The recent announcement of members for the two new health boards - Health New Zealand and Māori Health Authority Board - has generated much thought within the nursing community.
Opinion: The communicative strategies of Hindutva
Friday 1 October 2021
Hindutva, a political ideology that seeks to construct India in the structure of a Hindu nation (Hindu Rashtra), draws its conceptual tenets from the organising framework of fascism.
Addressing global problems using conviviality
Thursday 30 September 2021
The Political Ecology Research Centre at Massey University and the Centre for Space, Place & Society at Netherland's Wageningen University are running an open access, virtual conference on the topic...
Navigating the waves of tertiary study
Tuesday 28 September 2021
Clocking up thousands of nautical miles and traversing oceans whilst serving fulltime in the Royal New Zealand Navy has not deterred Leading Electronic Technician Ryan Langford from working towards a...
Massey leads the way with Immersive Media course
Tuesday 28 September 2021
From next year, students studying the Bachelor of Creative Media Production at Massey's College of Creative Arts can add immersive technology to their study journey.
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