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Survey shows three in four Kiwis adopted Covid-19 protective behaviours

Survey shows three in four Kiwis adopted Covid-19 protective behaviours

New research shows an overwhelming majority of Kiwis support regional or national lockdowns if there are new Covid-19 infections in New Zealand.

International hockey series to be held on Massey turf in Olympic lead up

International hockey series to be held on Massey turf in Olympic lead up

Massey University's state-of-the-art turf is set to host the Black Sticks and their Australian counterparts in the newly announced tans-Tasman hockey series; the first international games for both teams in 14 months.

Mindfulness shown to improve health outcomes for wāhine Māori

Mindfulness shown to improve health outcomes for wāhine Māori

New doctoral research has shown mindfulness could be a cost-effective tool in improving the health outcomes of Māori women who suffer from chronic stress.

Eight thoughts on gender-inclusive language

Eight thoughts on gender-inclusive language

The first episode of season two of Conversations That Count - Ngā Kōrero Whai Take takes a look at what inclusive language sounds like in Aotearoa.

Survey shows three in four Kiwis adopted Covid-19 protective behaviours

Survey shows three in four Kiwis adopted Covid-19 protective behaviours

New research shows an overwhelming majority of Kiwis support regional or national lockdowns if there are new Covid-19 infections in New Zealand.

Mindfulness shown to improve health outcomes for wāhine Māori

Mindfulness shown to improve health outcomes for wāhine Māori

New doctoral research has shown mindfulness could be a cost-effective tool in improving the health outcomes of Māori women who suffer from chronic stress.

Research shows trust needed in digital tech

Research shows trust needed in digital tech

New Zealanders are worried about bias in automated decision-making, according to research conducted by Massey University research group Toi Āria: Design for Public Good.

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.

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University News

Inspiring new audiences in climate change installation

Inspiring new audiences in climate change installation

Massey University senior lecturer Jason O'Hara's Master's project has taken him thousands of miles away to Antarctica and now he has brought it home to share with a new audience.

International hockey series to be held on Massey turf in Olympic lead up

International hockey series to be held on Massey turf in Olympic lead up

Massey University's state-of-the-art turf is set to host the Black Sticks and their Australian counterparts in the newly announced tans-Tasman hockey series; the first international games for both teams in 14 months.

Science graduate shows it is never too late to change gears

Science graduate shows it is never too late to change gears

Bachelor of Science graduate James Dobson, former pro-cyclist and police officer-turned-scientist, proved that with determination and perseverance anything is possible.

Auckland Experience Day feeds prospective students’ appetite

Auckland Experience Day feeds prospective students’ appetite

Last weekend over 100 prospective students attended the Engineering and Food Technology Experience day at the Auckland campus.

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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

Eight thoughts on gender-inclusive language

Eight thoughts on gender-inclusive language

The first episode of season two of Conversations That Count - Ngā Kōrero Whai Take takes a look at what inclusive language sounds like in Aotearoa.

Massey welcomes back first international Bachelor student

Massey welcomes back first international Bachelor student

Sunny Deng is excited to be back in New Zealand pursuing her goal of becoming a qualified food technologist, after being granted a border exemption to return to study.

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?

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Auckland Campus Flyover

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

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