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National MP Judith Collins recently graduated with a Graduate Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety, which Massey has taught for 40 years.
Eleven Massey University staff are among the graduands to have received doctoral degrees this autumn.
In the very real need for speed around excellent contact tracing in the COVID-19 environment, the voice of the people is getting lost, according to Associate Professor Anna Brown.
New funding to explore the development of an earthquake early warning system.
A love of surfing and passion for environmental studies, protecting coastlines, and learning about disaster recovery prompted Martín García Cartegena to leave Uruguay for Aotearoa to do a PhD on post-quake community resilience.
The COVID-19 lockdown has revealed how heavily some students rely on campus resources to effectively study. The Te Rau Tauawhi, Māori Student Support team have been focused on ensuring students have what they need to study online for the rest of semester.
A new post-graduate nursing degree will increase access to nursing for people who may not have considered the career in the past.
Suzi Gallagher's path to gaining her Master in Applied Social Work has involved many twists and turns. A solo mum when she started as an undergraduate in 2008, she's relocated, bought a house, had another baby and got married.
In the early days of the national Level 4 lockdown, work was ramping up for one Massey staff member as she helped turn a veterinary laboratory into a COVID-19 testing facility.
Professor Mohan Dutta has been named a Fellow of the International Communication Association (ICA)
Two Massey University professors received Queen's Birthday Honours, alongside an adjunct professor and 11 other alumni.
Massey's commitment to the food sector as a longstanding leader in research and education excellence in food science, product development, and food health and safety, has inspired a twist on this year's New Zealand Food Awards.
Three Massey University students and musicians have launched a 24-hour song competition to inspire youth to make music in a time of upheaval for the music industry.
The current global lockdown as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has given us all the opportunity to pause, reflect and think about what we do and why, says Provost Professor Giselle Byrnes.
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Last updated on Tuesday 30 October 2018
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