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Security guard turned Massey Scholar – James Cherrington’s journey to Social Work

Security guard turned Massey Scholar – James Cherrington’s journey to Social Work

Master of Social Work graduate James Cherrington, Te iwi o Ngapuhi, te hapū O Ngati Hine, walks in many worlds.

Resample Tatau: turning a personal tattoo journey into audio-visual composition

Resample Tatau: turning a personal tattoo journey into audio-visual composition

Auckland-based artist and producer Faiumu Matthew Salapu, better known as Anonymouz, is the 2021 inaugural recipient of the new virtual Toi Rauwhārangi Pacific Art Residency. The residency commences on 15 November and runs for three months.

Brushing up on possums

Brushing up on possums

A Massey University study has investigated the unrestricted gene flow between two subspecies of translocated brushtail possums in Aotearoa New Zealand. The findings are significant to New Zealand's goal of being predator free by 2050.

Opinion: “If you don’t have a seat at the table bring a folding chair”

Opinion: “If you don’t have a seat at the table bring a folding chair”

The recent announcement of members for the two new health boards - Health New Zealand and Māori Health Authority Board - has generated much thought within the nursing community.

Vegetables come first for PhD student

Vegetables come first for PhD student

There's a rising interest in a 'vegetable first approach' for babies starting to eat solids, and whether this has an impact on their diet later in life.

New study highlights differences in New Zealand beef

New study highlights differences in New Zealand beef

Pasture-raised beef is the cornerstone of the New Zealand meat industry. But do we really understand the benefits we get from the meat when it is raised this way?

New research reveals emerging environmental contaminants of concern in NZ dolphins

New research reveals emerging environmental contaminants of concern in NZ dolphins

Scientists have revealed emerging environmental contaminants of concern within New Zealand dolphins, with similar pollution levels to Japan.

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.

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University News

Resample Tatau: turning a personal tattoo journey into audio-visual composition

Resample Tatau: turning a personal tattoo journey into audio-visual composition

Auckland-based artist and producer Faiumu Matthew Salapu, better known as Anonymouz, is the 2021 inaugural recipient of the new virtual Toi Rauwhārangi Pacific Art Residency. The residency commences on 15 November and runs for three months.

Premium financial planning qualification continuing in partnership with Kaplan Professional

Premium financial planning qualification continuing in partnership with Kaplan Professional

Massey Business School (MBS) is continuing the premium financial planning qualification Certificate in Business Studies (Financial Services Pathway) following its successful launch late last year.

Brushing up on possums

Brushing up on possums

A Massey University study has investigated the unrestricted gene flow between two subspecies of translocated brushtail possums in Aotearoa New Zealand. The findings are significant to New Zealand's goal of being predator free by 2050.

Massey graduates shortlisted for global design show

Massey graduates shortlisted for global design show

Two Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts graduates have been shortlisted by design industry experts for the ARTSTHREAD Global Design Graduate Show 2021 in collaboration with GUCCI

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Awards and Appointments

Playwriting prize awarded to Creative Writing student

Playwriting prize awarded to Creative Writing student

Master of Creative Writing student Rawinia Parata, of Ngāti Porou and Ngāi Tahu, has won a Playmarket Brown Ink award for her debut full-length play 'Our Side of the Fence'.

Appointments made to new Head of School roles within College of Sciences

Appointments made to new Head of School roles within College of Sciences

Two new Head of School appointments have been made within the College of Sciences following the formation of two new schools - the School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences and the School of Natural Sciences.

Blues Awards winners zoom in to take trophies

Blues Awards winners zoom in to take trophies

New Zealand's most successful Olympian and Canoe Sprint champion Lisa Carrington has been named the inaugural winner of the Massey University Blues Sports Awards Supreme Award for 2021.

Blues Awards go virtual

Blues Awards go virtual

After the cancellation of last year's Blues Awards due to Covid-19, Massey University is celebrating the 2020 and 2021 finalists and winners online this year.

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Opinion and Features

Security guard turned Massey Scholar – James Cherrington’s journey to Social Work

Security guard turned Massey Scholar – James Cherrington’s journey to Social Work

Master of Social Work graduate James Cherrington, Te iwi o Ngapuhi, te hapū O Ngati Hine, walks in many worlds.

Opinion: “If you don’t have a seat at the table bring a folding chair”

Opinion: “If you don’t have a seat at the table bring a folding chair”

The recent announcement of members for the two new health boards - Health New Zealand and Māori Health Authority Board - has generated much thought within the nursing community.

Opinion: The communicative strategies of Hindutva

Opinion: The communicative strategies of Hindutva

Hindutva, a political ideology that seeks to construct India in the structure of a Hindu nation (Hindu Rashtra), draws its conceptual tenets from the organising framework of fascism.

Addressing global problems using conviviality

Addressing global problems using conviviality

The Political Ecology Research Centre at Massey University and the Centre for Space, Place & Society at Netherland's Wageningen University are running an open access, virtual conference on the topic of "Conviviality" next month.

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Auckland Campus Flyover

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

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