Dr Meegan Hall

Ngāti Ranginui, Ngāti Tūwharetoa
Senior Lecturer - Centre for Academic Development
Victoria University of Wellington

Meegan teaches courses on higher education learning and teaching and hosts teaching orientations and events. Most of her teaching is to lecturers and tutors whilst she also contributes to the programme offered by Te Kawa a Māui, the School of Māori Studies, such as their introductory course about Māori society and culture and their postgraduate course about Māori research methodologies.

Her research interests lie in Māori academic development, Māori pedagogies, Māori student achievement and retention in higher education.

Dr Matire Harwood

Ngāpuhi
Director - Tōmaiora, Māori Health Research / Senior Lecturer
University of Auckland - Medical School

Dr Matire Harwood (PhD, MBChB) lives in Auckland. Matire’s background is in primary health care and rangahau hauora Māori. 

She is the Director for Tōmaiora, Māori Health Research, and Senior Lecturer at the Auckland Medical School; editor for the Māori Health Research Review; and GP Champion for Primary Care Health Targets at Counties Manukau DHB.

Dr Harwood sits on the Board and Māori Health Committee at the Health Research Council, and the Māori Advisory Committee for Auckland / Waitemata DHB.

Professor Tahu Kukutai

Ngāti Tiipā, Ngāti Kinohaku, Te Aupouri
Professor
University of Waikato

Tahu is the incoming Co-Director of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and is Professor of Demography at the National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, University of Waikato. She specialises in Māori and Indigenous demographic research and has written extensively on issues of Māori population change, Māori identity, official statistics and ethnic and racial classification.

Professor Margaret Mutu

Ngāti Kahu, Te Rarawa, Ngāti Whatua
Professor of Māori Studies
The University of Auckland

Margaret is Professor of Māori Studies at the University of Auckland where she teaches and conducts research on Māori language, tikanga (law), history and traditions, rights and sovereignty, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and treaty claims against the English Crown, constitutional transformation and Māori-Chinese encounters.

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