UNIVERSITY NEWS

A list of all university news articles in chronological order.

Wellington celebrations mark first of Massey’s 2021 graduation events

Wellington celebrations mark first of Massey’s 2021 graduation events

Nearly 800 students from Massey's Wellington campus will cross the stage to enjoy their moment of glory on 20 April, kicking off the university's first graduation event for 2021.

Engineering PhD students’ startup in final of global Microsoft competition

Engineering PhD students’ startup in final of global Microsoft competition

An agritech startup created by three engineering PhD students from Massey University has been named one of four finalists in Microsoft's Imagine Cup world championship and will be aiming for the top spot in May.

Students showcase their new music at NZ’s most creative festival

Students showcase their new music at NZ’s most creative festival

The much anticipated 2021 CubaDupa festival was a success for hundreds of creatives, including ten of Massey's very own singers, songwriters and musicians who had the opportunity to debut their new hit singles.

Professor’s input sought for UN Food Systems Summit

Professor’s input sought for UN Food Systems Summit

Distinguished Professor Paul Moughan has been invited to submit a briefing document to the United Nations Food Systems Summit 2021.

Remembering jazzman Phil Broadhurst
Thursday 30 April 2020
It is with sadness and fond memories that the University acknowledges the passing of Phil Broadhurst, head of Massey's Jazz School (Auckland campus, Albany) from 2001 until 2016.
Māori student support services making an impact in the COVID-19 Crisis
Thursday 30 April 2020
Māori student support networks at Massey University have risen to the challenges thrown up by the COVID-19 crisis to forge stronger support for tauira (students).
Online learning brings students closer together
Wednesday 29 April 2020
Executive MBA students say online learning has brought the class closer together.
Massey students and Microsoft prep for 4th Industrial Revolution
Wednesday 29 April 2020
A collaboration between Massey University and Microsoft is providing undergraduate communication students with the chance to help shape a digitally enhanced workforce of the future.
Berlin to the Bard and more for lockdown minds
Thursday 23 April 2020
From life behind the Berlin Wall to Shakespeare's England - intriguing and inspirational research from Massey's humanities and social sciences scholars is on the menu of an online public series...
Massey a leading contributor to UN Sustainable Development Goals
Thursday 23 April 2020
Times Higher Education has again ranked Massey within the top 200 in all Sustainability Development Goals.
Massey’s 3D printers help in the battle against COVID-19
Tuesday 14 April 2020
A Massey staff member has joined in the nationwide effort against COVID-19 and deployed Massey's 3D printers in Auckland to create face shields for first responders and frontline workers.
New appointments to Massey University Council boosts Maori representation
Thursday 9 April 2020
Massey University Council has announced two new members, Traci Houpapa and Oriana Paewai.
Massey University gets behind COVID-19 effort
Thursday 9 April 2020
Staff across Massey University are using their expertise and passion to support New Zealand's nationwide effort against COVID-19.
Tributes to a lifetime of service to Māori at Massey
Thursday 9 April 2020
Massey's longest serving Māori staff member, Ms Julia Taiapa, was bid a poignant farewell today as she retires from her position with Te Pūtahi-a-Toi, School of Māori Knowledge.
Earth Guardians design competition seeks student talent
Tuesday 7 April 2020
While the nation is hunkered down at home, CoCA and Weta Workshop are calling on talented high school students to get creative.
Online te reo Māori programme takes off
Thursday 2 April 2020
An idea to help keep whānau connected and tamariki engaged and learning has really taken off since New Zealand went into COVID-19 lockdown.
Toro Mai registrations jump during COVID-19 lockdown
Thursday 2 April 2020
Toro Mai registrations jump as people turn to learn Te Reo Māori during days in COVID-19 lockdown.
Parenting tips for COVID-19 lockdown
Wednesday 1 April 2020
Children need reassurance and routine to help them adjust and cope with life under COVID-19 lockdown, and parents need to be flexible and responsive to possible behaviour changes in their youngsters,...
COVID-19 twist to visiting writer’s stint
Thursday 26 March 2020
For Massey's new visiting writer, sci-fi and eco-fiction author Dr Octavia Cade, the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown has provided unexpected literary food for thought.
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