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Massey University is one of New Zealand's leading educational institutions with three campuses in the North Island and a distance learning programme that delivers university qualifications to all parts of the country.
College of Creative Arts Associate Pro Vice-Chancellor Enterprise Associate Professor Chris Bennewith is now a “Professional Notable Honoree” in the Interiors and Exhibitions category at the Core77 international design awards announced last week.
Massey's agriculture programme is 21st in the world in Quacquarelli Symonds' (QS) world university subject rankings made public yesterday.
New Zealand teams dominated the 2013 VEX Robotics World Championships for the fifth year running, with an alliance from Auckland’s Lynfield College and Tauranga’s Otumoetai College crowned world champions in Sack Attack! The teams also finished first and second respectively in the Robot Skills competition with Lynfield achieving a world record score of 400 points.
A Massey researcher is examining how YouTube and other online “social worlds” are redefining New Zealand’s national identity.
Massey University’s College of Business will help to shape the future of sustainable business education and practice after signing a partnership with the Sustainable Business Council (SBC).
A Massey journalism professor says it is heartening to see the strong support an Australian newspaper is giving one of its reporters, despite pressure from its major shareholders.
AUCKLAND CITY — Massey University is now the major supporter of the Athletics New Zealand Track and Field Championships and the Aurora Series.
AUCKLAND CITY — The Auckland business community turned out in force to hear Finance Minister Bill English give his first major address of the year at Finance 2013 today.
Opinion – by Professor Steve Stannard A top sporting performance is based on many factors.
Two major Massey research projects – one on new migrants, and another on ageing – have earned accolades from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment for their excellence.
Massey aviation students entered the debate over the role of GPS in basic flight training today when they presented a safety seminar on the topic to industry.
An international leader in probiotics research says New Zealand is in a unique position to utilise beneficial microbes to prevent and better treat a number of serious ailments in animals and humans, from pregnancy to chronic and fatal diseases.
Massey is offering Australian students more choice as it expands its successful Spanish programme.
Massey University has established a new Institute of Agriculture and Environment.
Three Massey University staff will present their research on how humans (and godwits) cope with extreme environmental conditions over the next two weeks.
Innovative digital video artist Rachael Rakena will become a Senior Lecturer at Massey University’s School of Fine Arts from June 2013.
Two Massey academics have a joined a think tank set up by philanthropist Sir Owen Glenn to address child abuse and domestic violence.
Bright yellow shoes sit neatly at the entrance to Wellington’s St James Theatre, as if shed by a polite visitor.
New Zealand has increased its international ranking for media freedom, a result that School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing lecturer Dr Cathy Strong describes as “good news” though she still urges vigilance.
New Zealand’s first university-based Institute of Education will focus on improving the learning outcomes for all children.
A Chinese animal agriculture specialist with a longstanding relationship with Massey University has been made an honorary professor in the Institute of Veterinary, Animal and Biomedical Sciences.
The new Institute of Education building on the Manawatū campus is officially open for business.
Massey University’s School of Sport and Exercise and Sport Manawatu have developed a new sporting academy to develop the next generation of Olympians.
The Government’s proposed charter school model replicates the worst elements of overseas charter schools, says Massey education specialist Professor John O’Neill.
New research by a Wildbase Hospital veterinarian will help combat the parasitic disease coccidiosis that affects kiwi in captivity.
Team Massey joined 15 other cycling teams at Massey’s Manawatu campus for the opening time trial of the New Zealand Cycle Classic today.
Opinion: By Steve Stannard I don’t condone the now undisputable fact that Lance Armstrong took illegal drugs to win.
A young group of economists based in Australia and New Zealand have launched a new network to champion the contribution of theoretical economics to solving real-world problems.
Children need access to technology if they want to succeed in the 21st century with so many of the world’s transactions done over the internet, says Massey Professor Mark Brown.
A dawn ceremony blessing the new Student Central Science Labs was held at the Albany campus on Wednesday.
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