UNIVERSITY NEWS

A list of all university news articles in chronological order.

Lust and laughs galore in Summer Shakespeare

Lust and laughs galore in Summer Shakespeare

Manawatū Summer Shakespeare turns 18 this year - the perfect age to stage a riotous, gender-bending production of Twelfth Night as a jukebox musical of a party with an 80s vibe.

Celebrating International Women's Day with Wellington panel event

Celebrating International Women's Day with Wellington panel event

Join us for Conversations that Count: Breaking the Glass Ceiling, a free panel event on the issue of gender equality in New Zealand business.

Massey transforms courses to additional digital offerings under Digital Plus

Massey transforms courses to additional digital offerings under Digital Plus

Massey University is stepping up the online offering of its Master of Business Administration (MBA) by making the Digital Transformation specialisation available online.

Restoration starts on iconic Refectory building

Restoration starts on iconic Refectory building

Work is under way to restore Massey University's historic Refectory building at the Manawatū campus.

Māori legends boost science engagement
Monday 9 September 2019
A Māori academy is using challenges inspired by Māori pūrākau (legends) to help encourage young Māori to engage in science subjects.
Property experts explore ‘build-to-rent’ concept
Monday 9 September 2019
In a very timely Big Issues in Business event, Massey University's property researchers will discuss the pros and cons of build-to-rent models in improving housing affordability.
Ministry of Health renews public health training contract
Monday 9 September 2019
The SHORE & Whāriki Research Centre has been successful in securing funding from the Ministry of Health to provide the National Public Health Evaluation Training Service.
Massey’s next generation of marine scientists
Sunday 8 September 2019
The Auckland campus Early Learning Centre was treated to a rare marine biology experience recently when staff and children were invited to view seven common dolphins.
Rural Innovation Lab announces four projects
Friday 6 September 2019
A 14-year-old entrepreneur looking to provide broadband access to isolated communities is leading one of four rural innovation projects to receive support from the Rural Innovation Lab.
Beloved teacher remembered in poem for Te Wiki o te reo Māori
Thursday 5 September 2019
One night in June, 2016, Massey University language lecturer Dr Darryn Joseph sat in a hospital room minding a teacher who had become a dear friend and mentor to him. Dr Joseph wrote her a poem of...
Massey supports students, staff participation in climate protest
Thursday 5 September 2019
Massey University has told students and staff they may take part in the Student Strike for Climate events around the country on September 27.
Edogawa University and Massey mark 30-year partnership
Thursday 5 September 2019
The president of Japan's Edogawa University, Professor Hikota Koguchi, visited Massey University's Auckland and Manwatū campuses this week to mark 30 years of the two universities working...
‘Pacific re-set’ theme for security course
Thursday 5 September 2019
The implications of the New Zealand Government policy "reset" towards the Pacific Islands was the focus of a recent Massey University short course, with input from foreign ambassadors and diplomats.
Staff encouraged to give te reo Māori a go
Thursday 5 September 2019
Next week marks Aotearoa's annual celebration of te reo Māori with Te Wiki o te reo Māori (Māori Language Week) and Massey staff are encouraged to embrace te reo Māori at mahi...
Can the arts transform our prisons?
Thursday 5 September 2019
A symposium exploring the power of theatre, music and other art forms to humanise our prisons and help reduce rising imprisonment rates, brings together local and international academics, former...
New degree tackles urgent issue of sustainability
Thursday 5 September 2019
A new Massey University master's degree framed around the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals is set to empower graduates to tackle some of the most urgent issues facing humanity.
Intern leaves lasting impact on dairy research
Saturday 31 August 2019
An internship opportunity at Fonterra has proven to be just as valuable to Massey University science student Victoria-Jayne Reid, as it was to dairy co-operative, with the development of a new...
Kārearea returns to the wild after long recovery
Friday 30 August 2019
A kārearea, New Zealand's native falcon, is ready to return to the wild after three months in hospital and rehabilitation.
Student gets travel grant to World Marine Mammal Conference
Friday 30 August 2019
Master of Science student Emily Palmer is headed to Barcelona later this year, thanks to the Graduate Women North Shore Charitable Trust.
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