Massey staff awarded doctorates
Eight Massey University staff are among the graduands to have received doctoral degrees this summer.
Virtual Open Days return for 2021
Massey University is hosting Virtual Open Days for the second year in a row so prospective students and their whānau can learn about studying...
A lifelong journey to become a teacher
Annie Jones always wanted to be a teacher, but somehow life kept getting in the way. Her secondary school science teacher was such a brilliant...
Higher education all in the family for Pasifika graduates
When Associate Professor Siautu Alefaio-Tugia sat on the stage during Auckland's graduation recently, she was clapping for two graduates in...
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...
Opinion: Are digital devices killing the love of reading?
A recent Ministry of Education report found that too much use of digital devices in school is associated with a dislike of reading. It is no surprise...
New professors and associate professors announced
Twelve Massey staff have been promoted to professor and 24 to associate professor.
Massey's election 2020 commentators
Massey researchers and lecturers are leading conversations around many key election issues. Their topic areas and contacts are listed here.
Massey researchers assess nation's mood as 2020 elections loom
Massey University researchers are conducting online surveys in partnership with Stuff media to gauge the nation's mood on key issues in the lead up...
New directions for specialist teaching programme
An increased focus on partnerships, digital innovation and equity are all part of the new directions for the Specialist Teaching programme.
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