University of Waikato

Dr Bridgette Masters-Awatere

Te Rarawa, Ngāi te Rangi, Tuwharetoa ki Kawerau
Community Psychology Graduate Programme Convenor, Lecturer
University of Waikato

Bridgette's research speciality is in the area of indigenous evaluation research. She has lead, been a team member, and/or supervised evaluations in the general area of indigenous social well-being.

Project research areas include: family violence; intimate partner relationships; women’s and children’s health; tobacco, alcohol, drug, use and reduction; positive learning environments (primary, secondary and tertiary institutions); cultural competency and evaluation training.

She has worked with different types of agencies from: Private, Public and not-for-Profit sectors.

Dr Armon J Tamatea

Rongowhakaata, Te Aitanga-A-Maahaki
Senior Lecturer
University of Waikato

Armon Tamatea is a clinical psychologist who served as a clinician and senior research advisor for the Department of Corrections (New Zealand) before being appointed senior lecturer in psychology at the University of Waikato. He has worked extensively in the assessment and treatment of violent and sexual offenders, and contributed to the design and implementation of an experimental prison-based violence prevention programme for high-risk offenders diagnosed with psychopathy.  

Mauri Ora - Human Flourishing
Health
Te Reo me Ngā Tikanga Māori
Te Reo

Dr Robert Joseph

Ngāti Raukawa ki Wharepuhunga, Te Pae o Raukawa, Ngäti Paretekawa o Ngāti Maniapoto
Senior Lecturer
University of Waikato

Robert is a Barrister and Solicitor of the High Court of New Zealand and was a senior research fellow for the Te Mātāhauariki Research Institute at the University of Waikato under the leadership of Judge Michael Brown and Dr Alex Frame. Dr Robert Joseph was the second Māori in New Zealand - and the first Māori male - to graduate with a PhD in Law in 2006.

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