Sir Mason Durie has received an honorary degree from Massey University at the same time as his work to improve New Zealanders’ health continues.
A fascination with Asia has led veterinarian Jim Young to a PhD and a passion for helping developing countries with food security
For Jon Toogood, a master’s thesis was a musical marriage of minds with his tutors.
Preston Wilson set his sights on a career in aviation early, but the route to captaining his first commercial flight took a few twists and turns.
A phenomenally busy and successful career didn’t stop dancer Lucy Margaux Marinkovich studying English literature by distance learning. Now she’s won one of the world’s most prestigious arts residencies.
Some unwelcome medical news set entrepreneur Bridget Scanlan on course for a career in making and selling a special kind of designer bag.
Studying at Massey has become a whānau affair for Apirana Pewhairangi and his siblings, at the same time as he’s pursued an international sporting career.
By using virtual reality in groundbreaking ways, PhD candidate Alexander Schnack is creating a new kind of market research business.
Kisione Manu has graduated twice from Massey as he continues his quest to improve learning in Tonga.
A remarkable life’s work in anthropology and plant biology, including prestigious awards, began for Doug Yen in Palmerston North.
It’s been another successful year for Massey University Press, with five books longlisted for the 2019 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards.
The class toured the campus and enjoyed dinner at Wharerata, where they were joined by Vice-Chancellor Professor Jan Thomas.
From left to right: Robin Fenwick, Peter Harvey, Val Harvey, Wayne Sanderson and Shayne Parker at the Class of 1958 Reunion.
The Class of 1958 Reunion on the oval at the Turitea site.
Geoff Miller presents a cheque for $112,000 to Vice-Chancellor Professor Jan Thomas on behalf of the Class of 1958. The funds will support the restoration of the Refectory.