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Ministry of Education announces support for Pūhoro STEM Academy

Ministry of Education announces support for Pūhoro STEM Academy

The Associate Minister for Māori Education Kelvin Davis has announced $2.97 million in funding over the next three years for the Māori STEM academy developed at Massey University.

Massey staff conferred with PhDs

Massey staff conferred with PhDs

Several Massey staff members were among the thousand that graduated at Massey's five graduation ceremonies in Manawatū this week.

Gradutes celebrate academic achievements at Manawatū Graduation

Gradutes celebrate academic achievements at Manawatū Graduation

More than 1000 graduates proudly crossed the stage over five ceremonies at Massey University's Manawatū graduation this week.

Sir Mason Durie receives ONZ at investiture ceremony

Sir Mason Durie receives ONZ at investiture ceremony

Professor Emeritus Sir Mason Durie, ONZ, KNZM received the Insignia of Member of the Order of New Zealand for services to New Zealand on Monday 3 May.

Covid-19 reveals importance of emergency savings

Covid-19 reveals importance of emergency savings

The importance of being financially prepared for an emergency is one of the key lessons Kiwis learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report from Massey University's Fin-Ed Centre.

Research focus on Taranaki’s sustainable food producers

Research focus on Taranaki’s sustainable food producers

Massey researchers have been collaborating with local sustainable food growers in dairy stronghold Taranaki amid pressures to diversify the nation's farming practices.

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.

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University News

Doctoral research highlights value of play in class

Doctoral research highlights value of play in class

Highlighting the value of play as a valid way of learning is the essence of Dr Sarah Aiono's research. The Hawke's Bay-based educator graduated with a Doctor of Education.

Ministry of Education announces support for Pūhoro STEM Academy

Ministry of Education announces support for Pūhoro STEM Academy

The Associate Minister for Māori Education Kelvin Davis has announced $2.97 million in funding over the next three years for the Māori STEM academy developed at Massey University.

Gradutes celebrate academic achievements at Manawatū Graduation

Gradutes celebrate academic achievements at Manawatū Graduation

More than 1000 graduates proudly crossed the stage over five ceremonies at Massey University's Manawatū graduation this week.

Celebrating 20 years of creative writing at Massey

Celebrating 20 years of creative writing at Massey

Massey's comprehensive creative writing programme celebrates 20 years since its first course drew hundreds of eager poets and fiction writers in 2001.

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Awards and Appointments

Sir Mason Durie receives ONZ at investiture ceremony

Sir Mason Durie receives ONZ at investiture ceremony

Professor Emeritus Sir Mason Durie, ONZ, KNZM received the Insignia of Member of the Order of New Zealand for services to New Zealand on Monday 3 May.

Supporting young stroke survivors

Supporting young stroke survivors

Dr Charlotte Chalmers doctoral studies investigated the experiences of young stroke survivors and the efficacy of problem-solving therapy to reduce emotional distress and improve quality of life.

Entries open for revamped 2021 New Zealand Food Awards

Entries open for revamped 2021 New Zealand Food Awards

Entries for the 2021 New Zealand Food Awards open this Saturday, 1 May, with revamped categories, a new judging process and team of judges.

Master's student wins national award for social work

Master's student wins national award for social work

Master of Applied Social Work student Kora Deverick has won the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers Quality and Innovation award for social work education for her exemplary work during her placement in Cambodia.

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Opinion and Features

Writing about nature in a changing world

Writing about nature in a changing world

A new creative writing course focusses on how the perils of 21st century life might inform how we think and write about our relationship with nature.

Could Public Private Partnerships help solve the infrastructure and housing crisis?

Could Public Private Partnerships help solve the infrastructure and housing crisis?

Innovative finance approaches to real estate development and Public Private Partnerships have been increasingly used in the property industry - but could they hold the key to solving New Zealand's infrastructure and housing crisis?

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.

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Auckland Campus Flyover

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

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