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For 10 years now, Massey University has been providing its Spanish Programme online to Australian students, through a partnership with the University of New England.
All aspects of sustainability are on display in this year’s New Zealand Food Awards finalists, which include Wild Venison Terrine, Beef and Blue Cheese Sausages, and Native Bush Cultured Butter.
The latest episode of Conversations that Count – Ngā Kōrero Whai Take tackles the big and often misinterpreted issue of workplace wellbeing.
Massey is proud to announce two new Emeritus Professors conferred by the Honorary Awards Committee.
Massey academic presents at workshop where Pacific Island members prepare for the first Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee
School of People, Environment and Planning Associate Professor Trisia Farrelly recently spoke at a three-day workshop in Suva, Fiji, organised by the Secretariat for the Pacific Regional Environment Programme (SPREP). The workshop was attended by state representatives from SPREP Pacific Island member countries, as well as the United Kingdom, United States of America, France, New Zealand, and Australia.
Master's student Sarah Barnes wants to understand parental perspectives on young people’s emotional wellbeing for her thesis project.
A new book looking at disaster experiences in Ōtautahi Christchurch in the decade since 2010 uses a Critical Disaster Studies (CDS) perspective to understand what people in and around the city have lived through in the face of disaster upon disaster.
Research project aims to spark conversation and encourage collaboration between people and groups with different ideas about how land and water should be used.