Tēnā koutou i runga i ngā ahuatanga maha e uruhia mai nei i a tātou katoa, nga tini kairangahau o te whare wānanga nei. Kua mihia, kua tangihia rātou te hunga kua riro i te pō, no reira ko te whakatau noa ake, ko rātou ki a rātou, ko tātou ki a tātou. He mihi, he mihi.
An important Māori research hui is planned for next week Friday 4 November.
An invitation is extended to SMT, R&I, UC Research Committee, and co-hosts the College of Education, Health and Human Development, Aotahi School of Māori and Indigenous Studies, and the Office of the AVC Māori. The event, to be held in Whekī 451, is the annual Māori Research Colloquium.
The Colloquium keynote address will be presented by Professor Emeritus Russell Bishop, one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s preeminent scholars of recent times. The whakakapi (concluding statement) will be by UC’s recently appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research, Professor Ian Wright.
Date: Friday 4 November
Time: from 9.00am
Location: Whekī 451 on the Dovedale Campus
For planning purposes, an early rsvp would be appreciated.
9.00 Mihi Whakatau
9.20 Māori Research: Reflections and Projections (Emeritus Professor Russell Bishop)
10.20 Morning Tea
10.50 Māori Research at UC (PVC Professor Gail Gillon and Professor Angus Macfarlane)
11.50 Vision Mātauranga (Nigel Harris and Dr John Pirker)
12.40 Fulbright NZ – “Who are we and what might we offer?”
1.00 Showcasing Postgraduate Research
- NTRC (30 minutes)
- Māui Lab (30 minutes)
- Te Rū Rangahau (30 minutes)
2.30 DVC Research Professor Ian Wright: Commentary