NEW NPM PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE WORKSHOP SERIES

We're pleased to announce a new NPM workshop series of weekly online Professional Excellence workshops and interactive discussion panels that will be running for the next 7 weeks. (May-19 - Jun-30, 2021).

WATCH WORKSHOP 1 | Using te reo Māori in research
WATCH WORKSHOP 2 | "How to review and be reviewed"
WATCH WORKSHOP 3 | "Koha and research practice"
WATCH WORKSHOP 4 | Developing your research CV

WORKSHOP DATES

Workshop 1 | Using te reo Māori in research
Panelists | Rawinia Higgins & Vini Olsen-Reeder
19-May 2021  | 10am-11am

Workshop 2 | How to review and be reviewed
Panelists | Facilitated by Meegan Hall
26-May 2021  | 10am-11am

“ASK THE PROFESSOR” about ... HOW TO PUBLISH AN ACADEMIC ARTICLE

Workshop 3 | Koha and research practice
Panelists | Peter Adds and Jason Mika
2-June 2021  | 9am-10am
*Note earlier time   

Workshop 4 | Developing your research CV
Panelists | Facilitated by Meegan Hall
9-June 2021  | 10am-11am

Workshop 5 | How to write a research funding proposal
Panelists | Facilitated by Meegan Hall
16-June 2021  | 10am-11am
Writing an engaging title

Workshop 6 | Supervising Māori students and topics
Panelists | Jenny Lee-Morgan & Anaru Eketone
23-June 2021 | 10am-11am
 “ASK THE PROFESSOR” about ... MEETINGS WITH YOUR SUPERVISOR(S)

Workshop 7 | Using social media in research
Panelists | Acushla Dee Sciascia and Te Taka Keegan tbc
30-June 2021  | 10am-11am
 Social media for researchers: Opportunities and challenges

The Professional Excellence Series of online webinars will be hosted by Associate Professor Meegan Hall who is the Assistant Vice-Chancellor (Mātauranga Māori) at Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington and a member of Ngā Pae o Te Māramatanga’s Research Leadership Team.

The Professional Excellence Programme builds on NPM’s goals to:

  1. Increase our early career researchers’ skills in research excellence and career opportunities; and

  2. Enhance and harness the Māori researcher excellence in research, research leadership, and supervision across all levels.

It also aligns with NPM’s four values of rangatiratanga, kaitiakitanga, manaakitanga and whanaungatanga by ensuring that the programme helps Māori researchers to:

  1. Apply effective strategies for self-management and leadership in research (Rangatiratanga)

  2. Identify opportunities and approaches to enhance wellbeing and balance in relation to research (Kaitiakitanga)

  3. Apply research activities and outputs in ways that are inclusive and respectful (Manaakitanga)

  4. Create and/or consolidate a supportive Māori research community/cohort (Whanaungatanga)