OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Opinion: When fun is not enough to keep young people in sport

Opinion: When fun is not enough to keep young people in sport

Associate Professor Dennis Slade says coaches and teachers must deliver more than fun to keep youngsters in sport into adulthood.

Canterbury repair costs a looming ‘quake-berg’

Canterbury repair costs a looming ‘quake-berg’

The Government could be liable for at least $4.5 billion in Christchurch earthquake re-repairs, says Dr Michael Naylor.

Can the Labour Party get past its current crisis?

Can the Labour Party get past its current crisis?

Massey crisis communications expert Dr Chris Galloway has some advice for the Labour Party.

Opinion: Brexit and the betrayal of democracy

Opinion: Brexit and the betrayal of democracy

Expat Brit Dr Mark Avis gives a personal perspective on why he believes democracy is being betrayed in the United Kingdom.

Canterbury repair costs a looming ‘quake-berg’
Wednesday 18 September 2019
The Government could be liable for at least $4.5 billion in Christchurch earthquake re-repairs, says Dr Michael Naylor.
Opinion: When fun is not enough to keep young people in sport
Wednesday 18 September 2019
Associate Professor Dennis Slade says coaches and teachers must deliver more than fun to keep youngsters in sport into adulthood.
Can the Labour Party get past its current crisis?
Wednesday 18 September 2019
Massey crisis communications expert Dr Chris Galloway has some advice for the Labour Party.
Opinion: Brexit and the betrayal of democracy
Monday 16 September 2019
Expat Brit Dr Mark Avis gives a personal perspective on why he believes democracy is being betrayed in the United Kingdom.
Opinion: New Zealand – security with a difference
Thursday 12 September 2019
Gender inequality persists in the security and defence sector - a reality Dr Negar Partow was reminded of when she attended an international conference on defence science in Jakarta recently.
How recruitment questions affect pay equity
Tuesday 10 September 2019
Massey's professor of human resource management Jane Parker gives her advice on avoiding gender bias around pay during the recruitment process.
Master of Social Work graduates protecting children in Cambodia
Monday 2 September 2019
Massey graduates Lee and Zoey Henley were looking for a new challenge - and they certainly found it in Cambodia.
How can we better respond to deteriorating patients?
Monday 2 September 2019
Dr Alison Pirret, from the School of Nursing, specialises in research around managing deteriorating adult ward patients.
All roads lead to nursing career
Thursday 29 August 2019
It is often said that the journey is more important than the destination, and one student who knows that better than anyone is Rachelle Time, Ngā Rauru Kītahi.
Brazilian director to give masterclass at Massey
Monday 26 August 2019
Brazilian Producer and Director David Schurmann is coming to New Zealand as part of this year's Latin American and Spain Film Festival.
Massey lecturer returns from Japan with fresh thinking
Thursday 22 August 2019
Senior design lecturer Mark Bradford has recently returned from a trip to Japan where he presented his BeWeDō research - an approach he describes as like "yoga for communication".
Housing affordability – we all want to solve it
Wednesday 21 August 2019
Last week the new Housing Minister Megan Woods sat on a panel with property industry experts to discuss the ever-thorny issue of housing affordability.
Analytics degree rockets graduate into new career
Tuesday 20 August 2019
When Varoon Nair launched into his Master of Analytics, he was drawn by the exciting new frontiers of data science... He did expect it to land him a job at a rocket company.
FIFA referee getting used to the heat
Tuesday 13 August 2019
Just over a year ago Matthew Conger was in Russia refereeing at the 2018 FIFA World Cup finals. Now, with the support of Massey University, he is preparing for his next challenge.
Massey fine arts professor to publish first novel
Monday 12 August 2019
Distinguished Professor of Fine Arts, Sally Morgan, has signed a book deal with British book publisher John Murray (Hodder and Stoughton) for her novel, Toto Among the Murderers.
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