The students' choice awards for the best of the best lecturers on the Albany campus - winner annouced! Dr Debbie Jordan from the College of Sciences, was the ultimate winner.
Results of Election for 2020 Executive Committee
Come along to the Student Central Plaza at 12 pm to listen to your ASA 2020 Executive candidates answer some questions on why they want to run for the position and what will they do if they win. Come and watch them to decide who you are going to cast your votes for! PS: Free food as always.
Voting for the election opens this Friday! Head on to our ASA website, sign in or sign up (its free!) to vote for your student executives for 2020.
|Time||September 18, 2019 - 12:00 PM
||Student Central Plaza
2020 student executive election is now open for nominations!
Here at ASA, we need YOU the students to be involved in ensuring that students have a voice, important issues are addressed and that academic standards are met here in Massey!
So nominate yourself or get your friends to nominate to run for the 8 positions we have, more information on the Election tab on the website. Or come to student central plaza this Wednesday the 7th from 12 pm to 2 pm and talk to us executives about the roles!
Tickets for our annual ball is on sale now!
We are back with our annual ball and this year's theme is The Roaring 20s!
Tickets can be bought on Eventbrite
Please note that the ball is an R18+ event and students would need to bring their student ID and kiwi card/ passport / drivers license to validate your age
On 29th September, we had 40 attendees including high school students from North Shore schools and Food Technology Students from Massey University attending the “Food Product Development Evening”. We had the winners of 2017, Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Championship to showcase their project on portable soup including problem identification, idea generation to product formulation and design. The event was followed by the discussion and tasting of the new products you have provided us and a few other activities. We would like to thank ASA for the Round 7 grant approval, Wonder Room for the space, and the lecturers and students who supported us. In addition, we would like to thank sponsors Tip Top (Fonterra), Goodman Fielder, Sanitarium Health and Wellbeing, Hubbard’s and Dad’s Pies who contributed MUAFTS with new-to-market food samples for the event. This event has generated an appreciation for product development in food technology among students, as well as opening networking and information-gathering opportunities for high school students interesting in studying the degree, and current Food Technology students.