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New Zealand in top 10 for media freedom

New Zealand in top 10 for media freedom

Reporters Without Borders has ranked New Zealand in the top 10 for media freedom out of 180 countries.

Opinion: Why universities can be just as good (and cost just as much) online

Opinion: Why universities can be just as good (and cost just as much) online

Online and blended learning could be the future for universities but that doesn't mean it's cheaper to deliver, writes Massey University Provost Professor Giselle Byrnes.

Video game loot boxes could be regulated under gambling laws

Video game loot boxes could be regulated under gambling laws

Loot boxes, the term given to rewards that can be purchased in video games, could be regulated under gambling laws following new research.

Massey research shows community programme helping reduce family violence

Massey research shows community programme helping reduce family violence

A community-based collaborative programme that provides rapid responses to men and their whānau after a Police Safety Order (PSO), has seen an almost 60 per cent reduction in family violence re-offending over nearly five years.

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VC's Perspective: Universities must be part of the solution
Thursday 14 May 2020
Universities will survive the pandemic but the sector will ultimately be transformed. We have a real opportunity here to respond to transformation and disruption, says Vice-Chancellor Professor Jan...
Opinion: It’s time to level the playing field for women and girls
Thursday 14 May 2020
As sport resumes after lockdown, it's time to level the playing field for women and girls by addressing chronic underfunding for women's sports.
Social media marketing of alcohol, tobacco and vaping to be examined
Thursday 14 May 2020
A two-year study will investigate the use of social media influencers and marketing to promote unhealthy products to youth.
Universities and COVID-19: the role of the expert
Wednesday 13 May 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is throwing a spotlight on those things we take for granted and one of these is the role of the expert in our society, says Provost Professor Giselle Byrnes.
A grandmother inspires social work graduate
Wednesday 13 May 2020
Suzi Gallagher's path to gaining her Master in Applied Social Work has involved many twists and turns. A solo mum when she started as an undergraduate in 2008, she's relocated, bought a house, had...
Researcher asks ‘how was lockdown for parents?
Wednesday 13 May 2020
Psychology researcher Rosanna Stoop-Maigret started the year with plans to study a phenomenon of memory for her master's degree. Then COVID-19 happened, and her curiousity turned to how parents have...
A Māori approach to decision-making for the future of freshwater
Wednesday 13 May 2020
The development of a mātauranga knowledge Māori framework and modelling tool for iwi to use for the future of freshwater systems.
From Colombia to Aotearoa to research flightless birds
Tuesday 12 May 2020
International PhD candidate David Vieco Galvez has graduated this week after four years studying the reproductive biology of the genus Apteryx.
Students recreate halls as Fortnite map
Tuesday 5 May 2020
Two Creative Media Production students have turned their Halls of Residence into a Fortnite map, within one of the world's most popular online games.
Massey Scientist leads capacity building project for COVID-19 testing
Monday 4 May 2020
In the early days of the national Level 4 lockdown, work was ramping up for one Massey staff member as she helped turn a veterinary laboratory into a COVID-19 testing facility.
New directions for specialist teaching programme
Friday 1 May 2020
An increased focus on partnerships, digital innovation and equity are all part of the new directions for the Specialist Teaching programme.
Remembering jazzman Phil Broadhurst
Thursday 30 April 2020
It is with sadness and fond memories that the University acknowledges the passing of Phil Broadhurst, head of Massey's Jazz School (Auckland campus, Albany) from 2001 until 2016.
Māori student support services making an impact in the COVID-19 Crisis
Thursday 30 April 2020
Māori student support networks at Massey University have risen to the challenges thrown up by the COVID-19 crisis to forge stronger support for tauira (students).
Online learning brings students closer together
Wednesday 29 April 2020
Executive MBA students say online learning has brought the class closer together.
Massey students and Microsoft prep for 4th Industrial Revolution
Wednesday 29 April 2020
A collaboration between Massey University and Microsoft is providing undergraduate communication students with the chance to help shape a digitally enhanced workforce of the future.
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