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Massey student lands first internship with global helicopter company

Massey student lands first internship with global helicopter company

A Massey University student's career is off to a flying start as the first intern to be awarded a placement with global helicopter company, PHI International.

New research reports a lack of information on euthanasia for stranded marine mammals

New research reports a lack of information on euthanasia for stranded marine mammals

New research on the euthanasia of stranded marine mammals has highlighted the need for increased reporting and improved data collection on the euthanasia of sick, injured or debilitated stranded marine mammals globally.

Indigenous business partnership created between Massey and global universities

Indigenous business partnership created between Massey and global universities

Te Au Rangahau, Massey Business School's Māori business research centre, has recently signed a partnership with the University of Melbourne, Carleton University, and University of New Haven with the aim to collaborate around research and assist each other in future endeavors.

Study to tackle barriers to sport for disabled youth

Study to tackle barriers to sport for disabled youth

A Massey University study will investigate the barriers for disabled young people to participate in sport and active recreation.

New research reports a lack of information on euthanasia for stranded marine mammals

New research reports a lack of information on euthanasia for stranded marine mammals

New research on the euthanasia of stranded marine mammals has highlighted the need for increased reporting and improved data collection on the euthanasia of sick, injured or debilitated stranded marine mammals globally.

Southland and West Coast best regions for renters

Southland and West Coast best regions for renters

Massey University's latest Rental Report shows a decline in rental affordability in six of the sixteen regions from last quarter, with Southland and the West Coast of the South Island bucking the trend.

Study to tackle barriers to sport for disabled youth

Study to tackle barriers to sport for disabled youth

A Massey University study will investigate the barriers for disabled young people to participate in sport and active recreation.

Workplace Barometer findings highlight four ways organisations can create a healthier workplace

Workplace Barometer findings highlight four ways organisations can create a healthier workplace

A survey by the Healthy Work Group of more than 1400 people from 21 New Zealand workplaces has found four key features associated with positive outcomes for both employees and organisations.

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University News

PhD student back at Massey after 14 months in Bali

PhD student back at Massey after 14 months in Bali

While being at home with family was a silver lining for PhD student Diah Lestari after getting stuck in Indonesia for 14 months, she is grateful to now be back in New Zealand and back on campus.

PhD student thankful to be back at Massey and continuing with studies

PhD student thankful to be back at Massey and continuing with studies

What began as a month-long holiday to Pakistan for his younger brother's wedding ended up being more than a year-long stay back home for Massey University PhD student Haroon Qazi.

New book Tūtira Mai offers guidance on how to change the world – starting with Aotearoa New Zealand

New book Tūtira Mai offers guidance on how to change the world – starting with Aotearoa New Zealand

A new book, Tūtira Mai, edited by Dr David Belgrave and Dr Giles Dodson and published by Massey University Press shows ways citizens have created social change in Aotearoa.

Indigenous business partnership created between Massey and global universities

Indigenous business partnership created between Massey and global universities

Te Au Rangahau, Massey Business School's Māori business research centre, has recently signed a partnership with the University of Melbourne, Carleton University, and University of New Haven with the aim to collaborate around research and assist each other in future endeavors.

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Awards and Appointments

Massey University Teaching Fellow wins security sector award

Massey University Teaching Fellow wins security sector award

Dr John Battersby, a Teaching Fellow from New Zealand Police at Massey University's Centre for Defence and Security Studies, is among a small number of Australasian nominees to be recognised as an IFSEC Global Influencer in Security and Fire 2021.

PhD graduate hopes to boost sheep dairy commercialisation

PhD graduate hopes to boost sheep dairy commercialisation

Doctor of Philosophy graduate Jolin Morel was inspired by his family to complete his PhD research on sheep milk at Massey University.

Two new Adjunct Professors join the Centre for Defence and Security Studies

Two new Adjunct Professors join the Centre for Defence and Security Studies

Massey University's Centre for Defence and Security Studies (CDSS) has announced the appointments of two new Adjunct Professors to the Centre.

Graduates come out on top in global food and agribusiness competition

Graduates come out on top in global food and agribusiness competition

A team of Massey graduates have put their knowledge of food and agribusiness to the test, and gained first place at the annual International Food and Agribusiness Management Association case study competition.

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Opinion and Features

What makes NZ tick? – a sociologist’s 40-year journey

What makes NZ tick? – a sociologist’s 40-year journey

How racist are we? What's driving changes to the way we work, live and have families? What does it mean to grow old these days? - all issues that sociologist Paul Spoonley has studied, taught, written about, and debated.

Massey student lands first internship with global helicopter company

Massey student lands first internship with global helicopter company

A Massey University student's career is off to a flying start as the first intern to be awarded a placement with global helicopter company, PHI International.

Auckland Fale blessed and Pasifika students welcomed

Auckland Fale blessed and Pasifika students welcomed

Events to welcome Pasifika students on to campus for semester two were held on all three campuses this week, and the new Fale on the Auckland campus was officially opened.

The Olympics: When athletes were men, nude and Greek

The Olympics: When athletes were men, nude and Greek

The Olympic Games have a rich history: The inclusiveness of Tokyo will be a world away from their origins in Ancient Greece where men from only the city states of Greece competed nude after prayers and sacrifices

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Auckland Campus Flyover

Watch stunning aerial footage of Massey University's Auckland campus.

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