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New Pasifika associate professors – hurdles and highlights

Source: Massey University Four new Pasifika academic promotions (from top left) are Associate Professors Siautu Alefaio, Tracie Mafile’o, Natasha Tassell-Matamua and (below) Jodie Hunter. Empowering Pasifika...

Funding boost to enhance Māori mental health outcomes

Source: Massey University Te Rau Puawai Board Chair, Professor Te Kani Kingi addresses Te Rau Puawai students in Auckland. Massey University’s highly successful Māori mental health...

Surveys explore COVID-19 impact on older NZers

Source: Massey University Health psychologists want to find out more about how older New Zealanders coped during the pandemic lockdown and if they experienced ongoing...

Sir Mason Durie among Massey’s New Year Honours recipients

Source: Massey University Professor Emeritus Sir Mason Durie, pictured during his time at Massey University. And former Massey staff member Professor Angie Farrow was recognised for her...

Whakapapa is critical to identity and belonging

Source: Massey University Kaysha Whakarau graduated Massey University with a Bachelor of Social Work. Social worker Kaysha Whakarau brings a Māori perspective to her mahi, enhanced...

Opinion: Tackling the social stigma behind period poverty

Source: Massey University Providing free menstrual products in schools is the first step towards addressing period poverty (photo/Priscilla Dr Preez:Unsplash) Providing free menstrual products to young...

DHB signs up for te reo Māori with Massey

Source: Massey University MidCentral DHB chief executive Kathryn Cook with Professor Meihana Durie, at the signing of te reo Māori teaching agreement. Massey University and the...
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