Journal showcases positive progress by Māori communities
A unique academic journal is being hailed as a forward thinking collaboration between Māori researchers and the community.
Professor’s family links to campus land
When educational psychologist Professor Roseanna Bourke gave her inaugural professorial lecture on learning earlier this month, the event sparked a...
Learning – filling up the brain or something more?
Is learning simply figuring how to pass tests to get good grades? Or does it constitute something deeper, more complex and personal? Roseanna Bourke...
Massey alumnae feature in Women of Influence Awards
Five Massey University alumnae are among the finalists for this year's Women of Influence Awards.
Massey alumna wins education category at awards ceremony
Massey alumna Dianne Daniels won the Education category at this year's NEXT Woman of the Year Awards.
$4m for promising Massey researchers
Five of 11 Rutherford Discovery Fellowships this year have been awarded to Massey University researchers, with funding totalling $4 million over the...
Massey open day season kicks off in the Manawatū
Prospective students and their families will be heading to Massey University's three campuses over the next month to see what student life has to...
New research on teachers of teen parents
New findings on the little-researched area of teachers in teen parent units (TPUs) has revealed a perception of isolation from the mainstream school...
Academic gown funds go to master's research
Eleven post-graduate Massey University students have been awarded scholarships totalling $70,000 by the Graduate Women Manawatū Charitable Trust...
Short and sweet research rendition for 3MT contest
"Tell me about your thesis" - a request that could prompt a lengthy discourse. But for the 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) competition, less is more.

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