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Researchers mobilise citizen-scientists for community Earthquake Early Warning System

Researchers mobilise citizen-scientists for community Earthquake Early Warning System

The Joint Centre for Disaster Research is leading a project to develop a low-cost community-based earthquake early warning system in New Zealand.

Massey’s Toioho ki Āpiti shines in landmark exhibition

Massey’s Toioho ki Āpiti shines in landmark exhibition

The remarkable impact of Massey's Toioho ki Āpiti Māori Visual Arts and Fine Arts programmes is on full view in a landmark exhibition of contemporary Māori art at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

Students and teachers on science voyage to Kermadec Islands

Students and teachers on science voyage to Kermadec Islands

Three Massey staff members are about to embark on a scientific voyage as part of BLAKE's fifth BLAKE Expeditions programme.

Massey scientist aids India’s stork conservation

Massey scientist aids India’s stork conservation

Supporting a rural women's campaign in India to protect an endangered stork species has been a fascinating departure from Manawatū-based scientist Professor John Cockrem's usual work studying the Little Penguin (kororā).

PhD research inspires software startup

PhD research inspires software startup

Dr David Robinson's thesis focused on creating software to help law enforcement detect terrorism, drug trafficking, money laundering, fraud or other activities where an antagonistic actor is actively trying to hide their true identity.

Researchers mobilise citizen-scientists for community Earthquake Early Warning System

Researchers mobilise citizen-scientists for community Earthquake Early Warning System

The Joint Centre for Disaster Research is leading a project to develop a low-cost community-based earthquake early warning system in New Zealand.

New leptospirosis research calls for stronger vaccination uptake in dry stock farming

New leptospirosis research calls for stronger vaccination uptake in dry stock farming

Researchers from Massey University and the University of Warwick have found that non-dairy stock farmers are just as likely to get infected with leptospirosis as dairy farmers.

First-time study reveals high percentage of Albatross deaths linked to single-use plastics

First-time study reveals high percentage of Albatross deaths linked to single-use plastics

Three veterinarians from Massey University's Wildbase Hospital have been involved with the study.

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University News

Staff zoom in to celebrate with graduates from Singapore partnership

Staff zoom in to celebrate with graduates from Singapore partnership

Nearly 50 students were welcomed to the Massey Alumni community in a video message at their graduation from an international collaboration in food technology education between Massey and the Singapore Institute of Technology.

Massey’s Toioho ki Āpiti shines in landmark exhibition

Massey’s Toioho ki Āpiti shines in landmark exhibition

The remarkable impact of Massey's Toioho ki Āpiti Māori Visual Arts and Fine Arts programmes is on full view in a landmark exhibition of contemporary Māori art at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.

Massey Child Care Centre – Albany opens its old doors to new children 

Massey Child Care Centre – Albany opens its old doors to new children 

Earlier this month Massey Child Care Centre - Albany opened its newly rehomed and refurbished Centre to welcome 50 per cent more children than before.  

Students and teachers on science voyage to Kermadec Islands

Students and teachers on science voyage to Kermadec Islands

Three Massey staff members are about to embark on a scientific voyage as part of BLAKE's fifth BLAKE Expeditions programme.

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Awards and Appointments

Academic first to serve as trans-Tasman accountancy president

Academic first to serve as trans-Tasman accountancy president

Dr Nives Botica Redmayne has been appointed in recognition of her contribution to the profession through her teaching, research, regulation of the profession and standards setting and her contribution to governance roles she held within CAANZ.

New Pasifika associate professors - hurdles and highlights

New Pasifika associate professors - hurdles and highlights

Empowering Pasifika youth through teaching mathematics from a cultural perspective and bringing a Pasifika lens to Western traditions of psychology are among achievements of new Pasifika associate professors.

Multiple aviation students soar with success at Wings ceremony

Multiple aviation students soar with success at Wings ceremony

The 71st cohort of Massey's School of Aviation have just celebrated getting their commercial pilot's license.

Annual art scholarship to support sculpture student

Annual art scholarship to support sculpture student

Fine Arts student, Turumeke Harrington, has been awarded the Inaugural Collin Post Memorial Scholarship in recognition of her work in sculpture and installation.

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Opinion and Features

Opinion: NZ music’s #MeToo moment is a wake-up call for educators

Opinion: NZ music’s #MeToo moment is a wake-up call for educators

NZ music's #MeToo moment is a wake-up call for educators: prepare graduates to challenge and change the industry

Opinion: Why Biden’s inaugural speech appeals to NZers

Opinion: Why Biden’s inaugural speech appeals to NZers

President Joe Biden's inaugural speech helped Americans let go of the Trump era. But what about New Zealanders? We too have been saturated with Trump news for years, says Dr Heather Kavan.

‘$5 penguin’ highlights threat to marine life

‘$5 penguin’ highlights threat to marine life

The five dollar note and plastic coffee cup lid Professor John Cockrem carries in a sealed plastic bag are examples of what he finds in the nests of the Little Penguin colonies.

Opinion: White supremacy, the Trump moment, and the complicity of the political class: Anti-racist interrogations

Opinion: White supremacy, the Trump moment, and the complicity of the political class: Anti-racist interrogations

The expression of white supremacy in the United States' capitol on display earlier this month is not an exception. It exists in continuity with the everyday work of the machinery of white supremacy.

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