Do you want to drive your research career forward? Do you want to work with some of NZ's foremost Indigenous researchers? Do you want to be part of our vision of Māori leading NZ into the future?

Sir Maui Pomare said that "Education is to be the future paddle for our canoe" and here at NPM this philosophy drives us to not only strive for advances across all of our research themes, but also to continue to offer opportunities wherever we can to young Indigenous researchers of the future.

On the Monday before the start of this year's International Indigenous Research Conference, NPM is hosting three important pre-conference workshops.

Register for these Monday 14 November workshops and events. Nau mai! Haere mai! All are welcome.

Indigenous Data - Indigenous Sovereignty Workshop
Indigenous Food Sovereignty Workshop
Early Career & Post Graduate Workshop
MAI Te Kupenga Breakfast
NPM Book Launch

 

The 2016 Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards were held on Wednesday 17 August at Parliament, and NPM's two Co-Directors were both honoured individually for their outstanding body of work and sustained excellence in tertiary teaching.

The awards, which are administered by Ako Aotearoa, celebrate New Zealand’s finest tertiary teachers - as recognised by their organisations, colleagues, students and broader communities. 

Professor Jacinta Ruru and Associate Professor Tracey McIntosh were this years individual recipients of the Kaupapa Māori Category.

This year, at NPM's International Indigenous Research Conference we are holding our first Indigenous 3-Minute Thesis Competition (link here to conference site).

Entries are now open to research masters and confirmed doctoral candidates undertaking Indigenous focused research at a New Zealand tertiary institution.

Doctoral and masters candidates whose theses are under examination by the date of their first presentation are eligible to compete. (note: graduates are not eligible)

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