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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Resisting fatphobia in the time of COVID-19

Resisting fatphobia in the time of COVID-19

A research paper co-written by a Massey academic takes a critical look at a public health narrative she says links fatness to risk factors for COVID-19, despite little evidence for this.

Pandemic expert named Manawatū Standard ‘Person of the Year’

Pandemic expert named Manawatū Standard ‘Person of the Year’

Massey University scientist Professor David Hayman has been named the Manawatū Standard's Person of the Year 2020 for his work studying the coronavirus and for being a local source of information for the public about Covid-19.

Sir Mason Durie among Massey's New Year Honours recipients

Sir Mason Durie among Massey's New Year Honours recipients

Professor Emeritus Sir Mason Durie is among several Massey luminaries to be recognised in the 2021 New Year Honours list. Sir Mason has been made a member of the Order of New Zealand (ONZ) in recognition of his service to New Zealand.

Quote of the Year 2020 "These tears are not for you"

Quote of the Year 2020 "These tears are not for you"

Sara Qasem's quote in her victim impact statement at the sentencing of the Christchurch Mosque shooter has been voted Quote of the Year.

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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Massey awarded three prestigious Fellowships from Health Research Council
Thursday 5 November 2020
Dr Collin Brooks, Dr Pikihuia Pomare and Hulita Tauveli have received Career Development Awards and funding for their research which they will complete over the next few years.
Secondary school graduating to a new tertiary home
Wednesday 4 November 2020
Soil has just been broken on Massey's Manawatū campus that will see the build of a $20million project for Manukura due for completion in 2022.
Student creativity on display in capital
Wednesday 4 November 2020
More than 400 final year Massey University students will showcase their creative projects in the upcoming Exposure exhibition, He Kanohi Kitea, at Toi Rauwhārangi, College of Creative Arts in...
What’s for dinner? State of Hauraki Gulf reflected in dolphin diet
Tuesday 3 November 2020
Evidence has emerged to support stricter coastal management, this time focusing on pollution and overfishing.
New initiatives to encourage global connections for students
Tuesday 3 November 2020
The online programme has previously been run in New Zealand secondary schools but Massey has been selected as the first university to run the pilot programme.
Students recreate face-to-face feeling with an online lightboard teaching system
Monday 2 November 2020
Dr Mathew Legg, supported by fourth year international engineering students at Massey University, has created an innovative real-time online teaching method that helps to recreate the feeling of...
Vote for euthanasia includes broad ethical values
Monday 2 November 2020
Philosopher and ethics specialist Dr Vanessa Schouten says the acceptance of the assisted dying legislation shows that Kiwis are willing to make room for others to live by values they might not share...
Changing career paths one nurse at a time
Friday 30 October 2020
The Master of Clinical Practice, a graduate entry to nursing programme was launched in July and has seen an uptake of 26 students from Whangarei to Dunedin.
Champion of Indigenous food Chef Monique Fiso wins at Wellington Gold Awards
Friday 30 October 2020
Award-winning chef Monique Fiso was named the winner of the New Thinking Award sponsored by Massey University at the Wellington Gold Awards last Thursday night.
James Cook Fellowship for research into sustainable tourism in the Pacific
Thursday 29 October 2020
Development Studies specialist Professor Regina Scheyvens has been awarded the James Cook Fellowship for 2020 in recognition of her sustained research excellence.
Opinion: Education crucial in overthrowing racism
Thursday 29 October 2020
From Black Lives Matter rallies to the removal of historical statues, the twin themes of racism and colonialism have been making the headlines this year, write Dr Genaro Oliveira and Dr Brian Tweed.
How can mātauranga Māori shape our future?
Thursday 29 October 2020
In episode four of Conversations That Count - Ngā Kōrero Whai Take we explore what Mātauranga Māori means in modern Aotearoa.
Work integrated Sport and Exercise successes celebrated
Wednesday 28 October 2020
Students, staff and industry supervisors celebrated the success of this year's Sport and Exercise Practicum cohort at the Sport and Rugby Institute in Palmerston North last week.
Falling in lava with volcanoes as a kid led to PhD
Wednesday 28 October 2020
A French kids' show sparked a life-long interest in volcanoes and worldwide travel for Dr Charline Lormand, who has recently received her PhD in Earth Sciences.
Massey awarded a third of 2020 Rutherford Discovery Fellowships
Thursday 22 October 2020
Three Massey academics have been awarded Rutherford Discovery Fellowships, enabling them to focus on their cutting-edge research for the next five years.
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