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Whakapapa is critical to identity and belonging
Kaysha Whakarau has been a care and protection social worker for Oranga Tamariki in Lower Hutt for the past four years after graduating from Massey...
Rangatahi to benefit from Massey health wellness programme
Dr Tupa'ilevaililigi Ridvan Firestone and her team have been granted almost $1.4 million in funding from the HRC to support them while creating this...
New research focused on women's mental health during pregnancy and post-birth
Dr Leigh Signal of the Sleep/Wake Research Centre will lead a team of 10 for the project which has just received HRC funding.
Students and businesses benefit from work-integrated learning
Massey is committed to providing students with real-world learning opportunities and students say their experiences with businesses has prepared them...
Taking a deeper look at the cannabis question
We speak to two experts in the latest edition of Conversations That Count -Ngā Kōrero Whai Take about what people need to consider before...
Finalists in 2020 'NZ Food Heroes' announced
Finalists in the NZ Food Heroes' 2020 campaign are a showcase of behind-the-scenes efforts of local food producers, charities and individuals to...
Massey's election 2020 commentators
Massey researchers and lecturers are leading conversations around many key election issues. Their topic areas and contacts are listed here.
Scholarships for science and societal research
Twelve students have been awarded scholarships from the Graduate Women Manawatū Charitable Trust to support their research in a range of topics,...
Upgrades to Healthspace will benefit decision-makers in health sector
Healthspace is an online tool that makes health information and data more easily accessible.
Massey researchers assess nation's mood as 2020 elections loom
Massey University researchers are conducting online surveys in partnership with Stuff media to gauge the nation's mood on key issues in the lead up...

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