Events

Massey University hosts many events throughout the year, from conferences, exhibitions, public lectures, meetings, performances, seminars, to workshops. A few of the upcoming events are shown below.

For more information on current and forthcoming events go to our calendar of events.

Upcoming events

New-to-Teaching GroupNew-to-Teaching Group
Mon 14 May 2018 - Manawatu
A group for Early Career Academics
Exposure graduate exhibitionExposure graduate exhibition
Sat 3 Nov 2018 - Wellington
Exposure is the premier showcase for graduating creative arts students from Massey University College of Creative Arts in Wellington.
Create1WorldCreate1World
from Today 9:00 AM - multiple locations
Create1World 2018 youth conference welcomes all creative 13-18 year olds interested in using the arts for social change.
NCTL Friday Sessions - Universal Design for LearningNCTL Friday Sessions - Universal Design for Learning
from Fri 16 Nov 2018 - multiple locations
The Friday Sessions offer bite-sized online training and discussion around the use of Stream and other online tools.
PhD confirmation event PhD confirmation event
Fri 16 Nov 2018 - Wellington
Pilot interventions aimed at improving the sleep/wake behaviours of elite adolescent athletes.
A Passage of Yellow Red Birds | Book LaunchA Passage of Yellow Red Birds | Book Launch
Fri 16 Nov 2018 - Wellington
Robin Peace and Mākaro Press warmly invite you to the launch of A Passage of Yellow Red Birds
A night in ArgentinaA night in Argentina
Fri 16 Nov 2018 - Wellington
Massey University School of Humanities and the Embassy of Argentina warmly invite you to spend "A night in Argentina”. “A night in Argentina”
CARE: Activist-In-Residence: Dr. Murdoch StephensCARE: Activist-In-Residence: Dr. Murdoch Stephens
Tue 20 Nov 2018 - Wellington
CARE is delighted to share our third and upcoming collaboration with Activist-In-Residence: Dr. Murdoch Stephens
Open Symposium - MFAT 75th Anniversary Open Symposium - MFAT 75th Anniversary
Thu 22 Nov 2018 - Manawatu
Topic: The contribution of economic and trade diplomacy to national prosperity, economic security, and regional resilience.
W H Oliver Lecture 2018W H Oliver Lecture 2018
Thu 22 Nov 2018 - Manawatu
"Neville Phillips and the Mother Country: The East End of London, Palmerston North and the making of an Anglophile historian." By Dr Jock Phillips

Orientation programmes

Orientation programmes are held twice a year for our new students with specific programmes designed to suit your needs.  Find out more about orientation.

 

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