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Massey University wins Te Kaitiaki Spirit Award 2022

Massey University was crowned the new Tertiary Spirit Champion last month, at the conclusion of the 2022 National Tertiary Championship Series.

Inflation a rising concern in retirement planning

Retirement planning remains as important as ever for New Zealanders with inflation becoming a significant factor to take into consideration.

Supporting neurodiverse students

Academics in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences have been working to identify the challenges neurodiverse students may encounter, and ways to support them during their time at university.

Call to end harmful marketing after study reveals children’s exposure

An end to outdoor marketing of gambling, alcohol and junk food is urgently needed to protect children from harm, according to new University of Otago-led research.

State of Australasia Cities Conference comes to Aotearoa

For the first time in its 20-year history, the State of Australasia Cities Conference will be held in Aotearoa New Zealand next year.

New academic journal led by Riddet Institute Director

The Riddet Institute is a Centre of Research Excellence (CoRE) focusing on advanced food research, hosted by Massey University in Palmerston North.

Bank of Ireland to sponsor Quercus Talented Students’ Programme at UCC

University College Cork is delighted to announce today that its flagship scholarship, the Quercus Talented Students’ Programme, is to be sponsored by Bank of Ireland up to the end of 2026.

Ten tips to get teens through exam season

Exam season looms for teens. Experts share psychological advice to help adolescents find their mojo.

Can cities plant away climate emissions?

AUT Senior Lecturer David Hall addresses the question of whether cities can just offset their emissions in a talk for Te Pūtahi Centre For Architecture & City Making in Christchurch on September 20, 2022.

Rapid transit and the case for a congestion charge

Improving Auckland’s public transit network isn't enough to reduce vehicle travel. Further deterrents to driving, such as a congestion charge, will help meet the city’s emissions reduction goals, say researchers.
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