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Massey congratulates finalists of the Women of Influence 2020

Massey congratulates finalists of the Women of Influence 2020

Massey is a proud sponsor of the Community Hero category of Women of Influence 2020. Congratulations to all finalists announced.

Massey researcher investigates the most lethal volcanic phenomena on earth

Massey researcher investigates the most lethal volcanic phenomena on earth

Over the past decade, Associate Professor Gert Lube has been at the forefront of the development of new volcanic hazards models.

Study on motivations of non-Māori to learn te reo

Study on motivations of non-Māori to learn te reo

A study on the motivations of non-Māori to learn te reo Māori suggests Pākehā identity is increasingly tied to acquiring a deeper knowledge of, and ability to speak, the indigenous language.

No quarantine for this international visitor

No quarantine for this international visitor

Massey University researchers have tracked a godwit's epic journey from New Zealand to Alaska and back again, as part of a project to learn more about the species' decline in New Zealand.

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Price, potency and retail outlet policy among top 10 cannabis questions
Thursday 28 May 2020
The public should consider these 10 questions before voting on the cannabis law reform.
Mexican Gothic and Lolita style inspires PhD
Thursday 28 May 2020
A "lifetime of scholarly dedication" will come to fruition this week when Dr Kathryn Hardy Bernal graduates from Massey University with her doctorate in visual and material culture.
Turning disasters into PhD success
Wednesday 27 May 2020
PhD graduate Dr Marion Tan began researching disaster response after Typhoon Haiyan devastated her home country, the Philippines. Now, she says it's "poetic" to be graduating in the middle of a...
Pacific graduate on track to become nurse practitioner
Wednesday 27 May 2020
Catherine Tu'akalau's aim is to become New Zealand's first Pacific nurse practitioner focused on child health. Her graduation this week brings her one step closer to that dream.
Five years of birdsong research takes flight
Tuesday 26 May 2020
PhD graduate Dr Wesley Webb's thesis on female birdsong, which he received in April, is the result of combining two of his passions: birds and music.
Celebrity bodies, post-feminism and ageing – health psychologist explores
Thursday 21 May 2020
From the impact of pop culture on body image to why men dance the way they do, how people manage ageing and illness, and whether self-help books actually help - Sarah Riley, a professor in critical...
Affordable, community engaged earthquake warning system subject of research project
Thursday 21 May 2020
New funding to explore the development of an earthquake early warning system.
Innovative new post-graduate nursing degree launched
Wednesday 20 May 2020
A new post-graduate nursing degree will increase access to nursing for people who may not have considered the career in the past.
Practical support for Māori students crucial
Wednesday 20 May 2020
The COVID-19 lockdown has revealed how heavily some students rely on campus resources to effectively study. The Te Rau Tauawhi, Māori Student Support team have been focused on ensuring students...
Massey’s food innovation legacy celebrated in ‘NZ Food Heroes’
Tuesday 19 May 2020
Massey's commitment to the food sector as a longstanding leader in research and education excellence in food science, product development, and food health and safety, has inspired a twist on this...
Opinion: Will $50b budget boost Ardern’s chances of re-election?
Friday 15 May 2020
New Zealand's Budget 2020 is about "the next steps to recover and rebuild" from COVID-19. But political analyst Grant Duncan asks: will it help Jacinda Ardern's Labour-led government gain a second...
The challenges of taxing tech giants
Thursday 14 May 2020
Google and Facebook pay way less tax in New Zealand than in Australia - and we're paying the price, says Dr Victoria Plekhanova.
South America to South Island for post-quake PhD
Thursday 14 May 2020
A love of surfing and passion for environmental studies, protecting coastlines, and learning about disaster recovery prompted Martín García Cartegena to leave Uruguay for Aotearoa to do a PhD on...
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.
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