UNIVERSITY NEWS

A list of all university news articles in chronological order.

Changing career paths one nurse at a time

Changing career paths one nurse at a time

The Master of Clinical Practice, a graduate entry to nursing programme was launched in July and has seen an uptake of 26 students from Whangarei to Dunedin.

Falling in lava with volcanoes as a kid led to PhD

Falling in lava with volcanoes as a kid led to PhD

A French kids' show sparked a life-long interest in volcanoes and worldwide travel for Dr Charline Lormand, who has recently received her PhD in Earth Sciences.

Work integrated Sport and Exercise successes celebrated

Work integrated Sport and Exercise successes celebrated

Students, staff and industry supervisors celebrated the success of this year's Sport and Exercise Practicum cohort at the Sport and Rugby Institute in Palmerston North last week.

Manawatū campus hosts junior Tough Guy/Gal Challenge

Manawatū campus hosts junior Tough Guy/Gal Challenge

Massey's Manawatū campus hosted roughly 1500 primary and intermediate school kids as they completed the 2020 Junior Tough Guy and Gal Challenge.

Changing career paths one nurse at a time
Friday 30 October 2020
The Master of Clinical Practice, a graduate entry to nursing programme was launched in July and has seen an uptake of 26 students from Whangarei to Dunedin.
Work integrated Sport and Exercise successes celebrated
Wednesday 28 October 2020
Students, staff and industry supervisors celebrated the success of this year's Sport and Exercise Practicum cohort at the Sport and Rugby Institute in Palmerston North last week.
Falling in lava with volcanoes as a kid led to PhD
Wednesday 28 October 2020
A French kids' show sparked a life-long interest in volcanoes and worldwide travel for Dr Charline Lormand, who has recently received her PhD in Earth Sciences.
Manawatū campus hosts junior Tough Guy/Gal Challenge
Wednesday 21 October 2020
Massey's Manawatū campus hosted roughly 1500 primary and intermediate school kids as they completed the 2020 Junior Tough Guy and Gal Challenge.
NZ’s first entry-level qualifications in facilities management launched
Monday 19 October 2020
The first intake of students will begin their studies at Massey University in February 2021.
Students experience supply-chain virtual study tour of Shanghai
Friday 16 October 2020
Two lucky MBS AgriCom students were selected to join this years New Zealand food and beverage supply-chain virtual study tour of Shanghai.
Humanities profile strengthened with new school
Thursday 15 October 2020
A new grouping of scholars aims to strengthen collaborative research and raise awareness of the social impact of the humanities.
Massey student to co-lead national Māori student body
Wednesday 14 October 2020
Massey student Nkhaya Paulsen-More has been elected as Tumuaki Takirua (co-president) of the National Māori Students Association.
Environment, animal welfare focus of new dairy research facility
Wednesday 14 October 2020
Massey and AgResearch are partnering to build a new dairy research facility on one of the university's farms.
Continued CoRE funding for the Riddet Institute
Friday 9 October 2020
The Tertiary Education Commission has awarded the Institute $38.25 million for the next seven and a half years.
Kai with kindness stands out in NZ ‘Food Heroes’ winners
Friday 9 October 2020
A gala dinner to celebrate "food heroes" who fed communities in cities and rural areas during the pandemic lockdown was one of the key events to take place on Auckland's first day in Alert Level 1.
Whakapapa is critical to identity and belonging
Thursday 8 October 2020
Kaysha Whakarau has been a care and protection social worker for Oranga Tamariki in Lower Hutt for the past four years after graduating from Massey University.
Four aviation students rise to the top at annual Wings ceremony
Wednesday 7 October 2020
The ceremony was streamed online to family and friends not being able to join due to COVID-19 restrictions.
New book explores the link between local nature and wellbeing in Aotearoa
Wednesday 7 October 2020
A new book by Dr Catherine Knight pushes for more "neighborhood nature" to improve the wellbeing of all New Zealanders.
New Zealand women’s cricket team uses isolation for more online study time
Wednesday 30 September 2020
The New Zealand Women's cricket team is in Australia for its NZ White Ferns tour and have used the two-week isolation period to squeeze in some more study thanks to Massey's online learning.
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