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Researchers mobilise citizen-scientists for insights into community-based Earthquake Early Warning System

Researchers mobilise citizen-scientists for insights into community-based Earthquake Early Warning System

The Joint Centre for Disaster Research is leading a project to develop a low-cost community-based earthquake early warning system in New Zealand.

Massey’s Toioho ki Āpiti shines in landmark exhibition

Massey’s Toioho ki Āpiti shines in landmark exhibition

The remarkable impact of Massey's Toioho ki Āpiti Māori Visual Arts and Fine Arts programmes is on full view in a landmark exhibition of contemporary Māori art at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

Students and teachers on science voyage to Kermadec Islands

Students and teachers on science voyage to Kermadec Islands

Three Massey staff members are about to embark on a scientific voyage as part of BLAKE's fifth BLAKE Expeditions programme.

Massey scientist aids India’s stork conservation

Massey scientist aids India’s stork conservation

Supporting a rural women's campaign in India to protect an endangered stork species has been a fascinating departure from Manawatū-based scientist Professor John Cockrem's usual work studying the Little Penguin (kororā).

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Researchers mobilise citizen-scientists for insights into community-based Earthquake Early Warning System
Thursday 25 February 2021
The Joint Centre for Disaster Research is leading a project to develop a low-cost community-based earthquake early warning system in New Zealand.
Massey Child Care Centre – Albany opens its old doors to new children 
Thursday 25 February 2021
Earlier this month Massey Child Care Centre - Albany opened its newly rehomed and refurbished Centre to welcome 50 per cent more children than before.  
Massey’s Toioho ki Āpiti shines in landmark exhibition
Thursday 25 February 2021
The remarkable impact of Massey's Toioho ki Āpiti Māori Visual Arts and Fine Arts programmes is on full view in a landmark exhibition of contemporary Māori art at Auckland Art Gallery...
Students and teachers on science voyage to Kermadec Islands
Wednesday 24 February 2021
Three Massey staff members are about to embark on a scientific voyage as part of BLAKE's fifth BLAKE Expeditions programme.
Academic first to serve as trans-Tasman accountancy president
Wednesday 24 February 2021
Dr Nives Botica Redmayne has been appointed in recognition of her contribution to the profession through her teaching, research, regulation of the profession and standards setting and her...
Massey scientist aids India’s stork conservation
Wednesday 24 February 2021
Supporting a rural women's campaign in India to protect an endangered stork species has been a fascinating departure from Manawatū-based scientist Professor John Cockrem's usual work studying...
New leptospirosis research calls for stronger vaccination uptake in dry stock farming
Monday 22 February 2021
Researchers from Massey University and the University of Warwick have found that non-dairy stock farmers are just as likely to get infected with leptospirosis as dairy farmers.
Taking proverbial wisdom to the streets
Monday 22 February 2021
Short, pithy proverbs have provided a minefield for scholarly research as well as opportunities to connect with the community for Associate Professor Gina Salapata.
New Pasifika associate professors - hurdles and highlights
Thursday 18 February 2021
Empowering Pasifika youth through teaching mathematics from a cultural perspective and bringing a Pasifika lens to Western traditions of psychology are among achievements of new Pasifika associate...
Multiple aviation students soar with success at Wings ceremony
Wednesday 17 February 2021
The 71st cohort of Massey's School of Aviation have just celebrated getting their commercial pilot's license.
Uni Experience programme helps to decide future path for high school student
Wednesday 17 February 2021
Student Emma Udy has now enrolled in a Bachelor of Science majoring in Human Nutrition after attending Massey's Uni Experience course in January.
Funding boost to enhance Māori mental health outcomes
Wednesday 17 February 2021
Massey University's highly successful Māori mental health workforce programme Te Rau Puawai has been given boost in student numbers.
Annual art scholarship to support sculpture student
Monday 15 February 2021
Fine Arts student, Turumeke Harrington, has been awarded the Inaugural Collin Post Memorial Scholarship in recognition of her work in sculpture and installation.
Massey Māori academics featured in new book 
Friday 12 February 2021
Two Massey academics have shared their personal experiences as Māori academics in a new book titled Ngā Kete Mātauranga: Māori scholars at the research interface.
Massey Alumni new exhibition bound to be a success
Friday 12 February 2021
Massey University alumnae Bena Jackson and Teresa Collins are launching their new exhibition titled Bound in secret knots next week at Enjoy art gallery in Wellington.
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