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Sustainable designs among the Best

By   /  September 24, 2018  /  1. Home Page article, 24-7, 24/7 News, Awards and appointments, College of Creative Arts, Creative Arts, Education, Election/Politics, Explore - CREATIVE ARTS, Explore - Visual-communication-design, Massey University, MIL NZ OSI, New Zealand, Research - Design, School of Design, Tertiary Education, Wellington  /  Comments Off on Sustainable designs among the Best

Source: Massey University Projects ranging from an emergency water filtration system to an online political youth engagement web tool, a multi-use courier bag and a reusable nappy service were among the Massey University winners at the Best Design Awards. The online interactive youth engagement tool On the Fence The reusable tote bag called Carrie Promotional […]

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Opinion: The great survivor

By   /  July 25, 2018  /  24-7, 24/7 News, College of Creative Arts, Education, Election/Politics, Massey University, MIL NZ OSI, New Zealand, Opinion Piece, Tertiary Education, Wellington  /  Comments Off on Opinion: The great survivor

Source: Massey University Ko te whae a te iwi katoa he tangata, he tangata hei arahi, hei whakatakoto kupu, hei whaakahua mo tatou katoa. The desire of our people is a man, a particular man to lead, to transmit thoughts, to be representative of our people. So wrote 30 year-old National candidate Winston R. Peters […]

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Politics beyond the Beehive – how to be a citizen

By   /  July 23, 2018  /  24-7, 24/7 News, College of Humanities & Social Sciences, Conference/Seminar, Education, Election/Politics, Massey University, MIL NZ OSI, New Zealand, People, Environment & Planning, Tertiary Education, Uni News  /  Comments Off on Politics beyond the Beehive – how to be a citizen

Source: Massey University Dr Emily Beausoleil will discuss ideas on everyday citizenship and why this contributes to a healthy democracy Citizenship should be about more than voting once every three years, says politics lecturer Dr Emily Beausoleil who will share ideas on how to be an engaged citizen at the Festival for the Future this […]

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