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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Virtual Study Abroad programmes provide international education opportunities without boarding a plane

Virtual Study Abroad programmes provide international education opportunities without boarding a plane

Learning about summer farming in what she knows as the middle of winter took a little getting used to for American student Katie Owens, but she says the knowledge gained from her virtual study abroad experience at Massey was interesting and informative.

Professor Margaret Petty appointed to Pro Vice-Chancellor Toi Rauwhārangi, College of Creative Arts

Professor Margaret Petty appointed to Pro Vice-Chancellor Toi Rauwhārangi, College of Creative Arts

Massey University has appointed Professor Margaret Petty as Pro Vice-Chancellor Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts (CoCA).

Massey University’s Quote of the Year competition “Spread their legs” narrowly beats goat quote

Massey University’s Quote of the Year competition “Spread their legs” narrowly beats goat quote

COVID-19 Response Minister Chris Hipkins' slip of the tongue has taken out New Zealand's Quote of the Year competition, beating a toddler's response to seeing a goat by a mere 0.5 percent of votes.

Inaugural International Potato Symposium

Inaugural International Potato Symposium

Two Massey University lecturers recently spoke at the inaugural International Potato Symposium. The symposium was jointly organised by Massey University and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences and was held online on 9 December. Speakers and participants from more than 20 countries, including New Zealand, China, Peru, Canada, and the United States, shared their thoughts and findings.

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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Massey alumni values the opportunity to study later in life
Tuesday 7 September 2021
Rebekah Sulman graduated earlier this year with her second Massey qualification, a master's in management, after leaving school in the early '90s with the equivalent of NCEA Level 1.
Inaugural CRISISLab Challenge promotes technology and emergency management
Tuesday 7 September 2021
Recently, 53 students from six colleges in the Wellington region participated in the inaugural CRISiSLab Challenge 2021 Demonstration Day on Massey's Wellington campus.
Opinion: Rethinking organisational support for employees in the wake of a terror attack
Tuesday 7 September 2021
As we think about the victims of the Lynn Mall terrorist attack, our heart goes out to them. At the same time, we have to think about the Countdown employees working who may be under trauma and...
Students inspired at Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference
Tuesday 7 September 2021
Seven Māori nursing students recently attended the 2021 Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference in Wellington, and say it was inspiring and empowering.
College of Creative Arts up there with the best of the best
Tuesday 7 September 2021
The College of Creative Arts Toi Rauwhārangi has been granted renewal of substantial equivalency from the United States accreditation body, the National Association of Schools of Art and Design.
Passion for chemical engineering, cricket and Cook Island heritage drive grad’s success
Monday 6 September 2021
Ma'ara Ave owes his success as a top engineering graduate, a Fonterra researcher and aspiring Black Cap in part to his heritage from a small Cook Island, Mangaia.
Graduate says work integrated learning made entering the work force “less daunting”
Thursday 2 September 2021
Graduate Gina Kelly provides an insight into studying with Massey and then joining the workforce.
Life in lockdown on the Chatham Islands
Thursday 2 September 2021
On Monday 16 August, Jennifer Lillo, Kelvin Tapuke and Professor David Johnston from the Joint Centre for Disaster Research (JCDR) set out to the Chatham Islands for an exciting week of science...
She Got the Power
Thursday 2 September 2021
Can pop music promote feminism? Can young women be empowered by female pop music performers?
The mental pressure faced by professional athletes
Thursday 2 September 2021
With our Kiwi Paralympians now on the world stage and a record medal haul at the Olympics for the New Zealand team, the mental challenges and pressures facing athletes in the current COVID-19 world...
Massey Professor strengthens ties with WHO
Thursday 2 September 2021
Professor Sally Casswell of the College of Health has recently increased her involvement with the World Health Organization.
Opinion: The challenges of coping with eating disorders in lockdown
Monday 30 August 2021
Change can be hard for everyone; for a lot of people with eating disorders, change can feel catastrophic.
Celebrating 25 years of Spanish language at Massey
Monday 30 August 2021
Food, language and cultural encounters are just some of the interesting topics students have been learning since the Spanish Language Programme started at Massey 25 years ago. The milestone was...
Can damaged hearts heal themselves?
Monday 30 August 2021
New research has found measuring a protein that forms to create new blood vessels after a heart attack or unstable angina, and determining the protein's genetics, could potentially help to predict...
Emeritus Professor Ralph Sims clocks 50 years
Friday 27 August 2021
Seven offices, six vice-chancellors, five grandkids, four sabbaticals, three kids, two houses and one wife. That's what the past 50 years has brought for Emeritus Professor Ralph Sims, all while...
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