The 2nd research profile in our Spinoff partnership series features a project led by Dr Shaun Awatere of Manaaki Whenua and an interview with Zak Horomia who speaks about the impacts he's observed from climate change to Hinemaurea Marae in Mangatuna, Uawa. Read the article here: "A threat to our identity: The impact of climate change on Māori"
This year's 2021-2022 New Horizons Raumati (Summer) Internship Programme is about to start with another outstanding group of aspiring emerging Māori researchers.
This summer they will be working with NPM Researchers from around the country engaged in an exciting range of projects that align to the NPM Matakitenga research programme and contribute to the mission of NPM which is to create the foundations for flourishing Māori futures.
Congratulations to the recipients announced in today's Royal Society Te Apārangi awards list with a special mention to our preeminent Māori scholars (see list below) who've been recognised for their outstanding research achievements.
- Professor Linda Nikora FRSNZ (Tūhoe, Te Aitanga-a-Hauiti)
- Dr Amohia Boulton (Ngāti Ranginui, Ngai te Rangi, Ngāti Mutunga, Te Āti Awa o te Waka a Māui)
The October 20 webinar recording of the discusssion had with the authors of the report 'He huringa āhuarangi, he huringa ao: a changing climate, a changing world' is now available for viewing on our Media Centre.
For students interested in getting some real research experience, and working with senior NPM researchers over the coming 2021-2022 summer, our internship programme is intended to provide experience and support for Māori students wanting to pursue a career in research.
Selected Interns will work under the direction and guidance of an NPM Investigator on a research project aligned to our research priorities and programme.