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Giant Waikato penguin: school kids discover new species

Giant Waikato penguin: school kids discover new species

A giant fossilised penguin discovered by Hamilton school children has been revealed as a new species by Massey University researchers.

First Tongan Black Stick and Massey graduate - Lulu Tuilotolava

First Tongan Black Stick and Massey graduate - Lulu Tuilotolava

As part of celebrating Uike Kātoanga'i 'o e lea faka-Tonga - Tonga Language Week, we interviewed recent graduate and former NZ Black Stick, Louisa (Lulu) Tuilotolava.

MBIE funding awarded to researchers for innovative, cutting-edge projects

MBIE funding awarded to researchers for innovative, cutting-edge projects

Four projects led by Massey University researchers have been awarded more than $12 million in the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment's (MBIE) 2021 Endeavour Fund.

Massey appoints renowned Māori scholar

Massey appoints renowned Māori scholar

One of Aotearoa's foremost Māori scholars, Rangi Mātāmua, Ngāi Tūhoe, has been appointed as a Professor of Mātauranga Māori at Massey's Te Pūtahi-a-Toi, School of Māori Knowledge.

Contraception choices highlighted by Massey researcher on podcast

Contraception choices highlighted by Massey researcher on podcast

Health Psychologist Dr Tracy Morison has shared her research on the complexities around contraception choice in an episode of international science podcast, ResearchPod.

Giant Waikato penguin: school kids discover new species

Giant Waikato penguin: school kids discover new species

A giant fossilised penguin discovered by Hamilton school children has been revealed as a new species by Massey University researchers.

Story-sharing research project looks at service engagement and unmet needs in healthcare

Story-sharing research project looks at service engagement and unmet needs in healthcare

Wāhi Kōrero, an online platform providing people an anonymous space to share their experiences with the health system, was recently launched by Massey researchers.

MBIE funding awarded to researchers for innovative, cutting-edge projects

MBIE funding awarded to researchers for innovative, cutting-edge projects

Four projects led by Massey University researchers have been awarded more than $12 million in the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment's (MBIE) 2021 Endeavour Fund.

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University News

Expanding our understanding of the philosophy of perception

Expanding our understanding of the philosophy of perception

Described by its publisher as "the only single-authored textbook on philosophy of perception currently available", the second edition of Professor Bill Fish's book Philosophy of Perception: A Contemporary Introduction has just been published.

First Tongan Black Stick and Massey graduate - Lulu Tuilotolava

First Tongan Black Stick and Massey graduate - Lulu Tuilotolava

As part of celebrating Uike Kātoanga'i 'o e lea faka-Tonga - Tonga Language Week, we interviewed recent graduate and former NZ Black Stick, Louisa (Lulu) Tuilotolava.

Inaugural CRISISLab Challenge promotes technology and emergency management

Inaugural CRISISLab Challenge promotes technology and emergency management

Recently, 53 students from six colleges in the Wellington region participated in the inaugural CRISiSLab Challenge 2021 Demonstration Day on Massey's Wellington campus.

Life in lockdown on the Chatham Islands

Life in lockdown on the Chatham Islands

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 inspired events at the Festival of Science.

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Awards and Appointments

Massey appoints renowned Māori scholar

Massey appoints renowned Māori scholar

One of Aotearoa's foremost Māori scholars, Rangi Mātāmua, Ngāi Tūhoe, has been appointed as a Professor of Mātauranga Māori at Massey's Te Pūtahi-a-Toi, School of Māori Knowledge.

Massey alumni values the opportunity to study later in life

Massey alumni values the opportunity to study later in life

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.

College of Creative Arts up there with the best of the best

College of Creative Arts up there with the best of the best

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.

Graduate says work integrated learning made entering the work force “less daunting”

Graduate says work integrated learning made entering the work force “less daunting”

Graduate Gina Kelly provides an insight into studying with Massey and then joining the workforce.

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Opinion and Features

Opinion: Cyberattacks and crime on the rise in New Zealand – What is the Government doing?

Opinion: Cyberattacks and crime on the rise in New Zealand – What is the Government doing?

On Friday, one of us tried to order pizza, but their ANZ credit card couldn't be processed, because the bank was being submitted to a Distributed Denial of Service attack.

Opinion: Tongan Language Week

Opinion: Tongan Language Week

It is with mixed feelings that I write this. I speak Tongan as my first language, but my understanding of its grammatical composition is restricted to what I was taught at high school.

Opinion: Returning to school after lockdown

Opinion: Returning to school after lockdown

Today marks the return for school for our young people. I am sure there are caregivers across Aotearoa New Zealand who are gleefully looking forward to waving their tamariki and rangatahi off in the morning, and having the house to themselves again - or returning to work themselves and having some contact with people who are not family members!

Opinion: Rethinking organisational support for employees in the wake of a terror attack

Opinion: Rethinking organisational support for employees in the wake of a terror attack

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 perhaps feel fear for a long period of time.

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