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Massey’s commitment to Sustainable Development Goals recognised

Massey’s commitment to Sustainable Development Goals recognised

Times Higher Education has released its 2021 Impact Rankings for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - and it's good news for Massey University.

Hopes for self-testing to improve cervical screening access for wāhine Māori

Hopes for self-testing to improve cervical screening access for wāhine Māori

Self-testing for cervical cancer could reduce cervical screening inequities for Māori, Pacific and Asian women, according to new research led by Massey University.

Strong result in MBIE Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund

Strong result in MBIE Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has awarded three Massey University research projects nearly $750,000 from the Te Pūnaha Hihiko: Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund.

Massey and Kaplan International (NZ) sign collaboration agreement

Massey and Kaplan International (NZ) sign collaboration agreement

Massey University has signed a new Collaboration Agreement to offer a series of pre-University pathways with Kaplan International (NZ).

Hopes for self-testing to improve cervical screening access for wāhine Māori

Hopes for self-testing to improve cervical screening access for wāhine Māori

Self-testing for cervical cancer could reduce cervical screening inequities for Māori, Pacific and Asian women, according to new research led by Massey University.

Sharing the wisdom of time

Sharing the wisdom of time

One Massey PhD student has been inspired by the saying 'experience is the mother of wisdom' to create a new social media platform for people over 50.

Pivot Award for juniper berry research

Pivot Award for juniper berry research

The juniper berry - synonymous with gin - is the focus of Massey University research to evaluate and identify suitable strains and propagation methods with potential to give New Zealand-made gins a unique sensory signature.

Study reveals loss of 10,300 years of Kiwi life from South African War

Study reveals loss of 10,300 years of Kiwi life from South African War

A new study has revealed a more damaging impact of the South African War to New Zealand military personnel than was previously thought.

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Graduate who mixed scholarship with life at sea

Graduate who mixed scholarship with life at sea

John Granville has been the ultimate lifelong learner - on land and at sea. Now, after 45 years of study he has finally graduated.

Massey’s commitment to Sustainable Development Goals recognised

Massey’s commitment to Sustainable Development Goals recognised

Times Higher Education has released its 2021 Impact Rankings for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - and it's good news for Massey University.

War historian to advise on New Zealand Army bicentennial

War historian to advise on New Zealand Army bicentennial

Military historian Professor Glyn Harper has been appointed as the New Zealand Army Ngāti Tūmatauenga academic adviser for a research project celebrating the Army's 200-year anniversary in 25 years' time.

A gifted korowai and family from Australia among highlights for graduates

A gifted korowai and family from Australia among highlights for graduates

Almost 800 graduates celebrated with family and friends in Wellington recently.

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Awards and Appointments

Communication graduand on fire

Communication graduand on fire

Grace Forlong found herself in a hot seat as soon as she left Massey - the 22-year-old began working for Fire and Emergency New Zealand's media team just days after she completed her studies.

Strong result in MBIE Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund

Strong result in MBIE Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund

The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment has awarded three Massey University research projects nearly $750,000 from the Te Pūnaha Hihiko: Vision Mātauranga Capability Fund.

Staff celebrated at teaching and research awards

Staff celebrated at teaching and research awards

The recipients of the 2019 and 2020 Massey University Teaching Awards and Research Awards were honoured at a cross-campus Zoom-enabled event on 26 March.

NZ’s founding communications academic honoured

NZ’s founding communications academic honoured

Professor Frank Sligo has been appointed to Professor Emeritus, 35 years after he became the first New Zealander to gain a PhD in communication.

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Opinion and Features

Massey to launch Invisible art exhibition in Wellington

Massey to launch Invisible art exhibition in Wellington

An art exhibition dedicated to the unseen - sounds cryptic?

Opinion: Tourism in the Pacific: what’s behind the smile?

Opinion: Tourism in the Pacific: what’s behind the smile?

Put up your hand if you'd jump at the chance to take a tropical vacation in the near future? 2020 was a tough year for many of us in New Zealand and Australia and those keen to tempt us with an island escape know how to keep this idea front and centre in our brains.

Proverb Pathway shares wisdom of many cultures

Proverb Pathway shares wisdom of many cultures

Massey University humanities academics have been instrumental in the development of He Kupu Rangatira - The Proverb Pathway, launched last weekend in Manawatū.

Opinion: Why we all need to push back against everyday racism

Opinion: Why we all need to push back against everyday racism

Acts of hate and hate speech have been increasingly visible over the last several years, including locally. And it is a worsening problem, says Dr Kevin Veale.

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