Professor Michael Walker (Whakatōhea) ONZM, a founding Joint Director of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM), New Zealand’s Māori Centre of Research Excellence, has been invited to deliver the opening address of the International Council of Scientific Unions (ICSU) General Assembly on the 30th August, 2014.
This Saturday at the Auckland Museum Professor Walker will give the opening keynote presentation to this pre-eminent group of scientists, who are visiting the country for next week’s 31st ICSU General Assembly.
“Rangahau Whai Kiko: Transformative Māori and Indigenous Research”
Hosted by MAI ki Waikato on behalf of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and Te Kupenga o MAI the 2014 National Māori & Indigenous Doctoral Conference will be held from Friday 21st November - Sunday 23rd November 2014, at Maketu Marae, Kawhia.
On behalf of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, Te Kupenga o MAI, and MAI ki Waikato, an invitation is being extended to all Māori and Indigenous doctoral candidates to put this date in their diaries.
NPM seeks to invest in further research projects focusing on its research priority ‘Optimising Māori Economic Performance’ that aligns to its research direction.
Optimising Māori Economic Performance – harnessing the contribution of Māori peoples to New Zealand’s economic development through increased, successful and positive participation in the general economy and through distinctive Māori contributions to economic development.
NPM is seeking applications from individuals or groups within its PRE Network interested in undertaking research within the scope of the RFP.
For many years indigenous knowledge has been considered incompatible with western science, mainly due to the differences in knowledge inquiry and transfer, as well as more fundamental beliefs about the inseparable nature of material and non-material aspects of the universe held by the former. Increasingly however, commonalities between the two are being recognised. Both scientists and indigenous knowledge holders, and in particular practitioners, are beginning to work with each other.
Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga is very pleased to announce its 2014 - 2015 summer internship programme. This programme is designed for Māori and Indigenous students who are looking to advance their skills and capacity in indigenous development research.
Students will work under the direction and guidance of a senior researcher on a project that aligns with, and contributes to, advancing the research plan of Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga.
There are 10 internships available and each is worth $NZD5,000
We are pleased to announce that applications opened on Monday, 4th August, for our Research Methods and Skills Scholarships via the New Zealand Social Statistics Network (NZSSN) programme 2014.
Up to 10 scholarships will be offered to our Māori and Indigenous researchers and tertiary students (undergraduate with the required prerequisites or postgraduate) in our Participating Research Entities to attend any of the short courses offered.
Tēnā koutou katoa i tēnei rangi, te tīmatanga o Te Wiki o te Reo Māori. Heoi anō, ko ngā mihi nui ēnei ā Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga ki Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori e kawe ake nei, e whakatairanga ake nei i tēnei kaupapa ia tau, ia tau kia noho tonu ai ko te reo Māori hei mea nui ki roto i te hinengaro o te tangata, ahakoa ko wai, ahakoa no hea. Nā reira e hoa mā, kia mau, kia ū, kia manawanui ki te reo taketake o tēnei whenua. Kōrerotia te reo, tuhituhia te reo, pānuitia te reo kia kore ai e ngaro, pēnei i te ngaronga o te moa. He taonga te reo Māori.
AlterNative celebrates the 10th anniversary of the journal this year.
The first issue in 2014 the 10th anniversary milestone, Volume 10(1), is on education with important and thought-provoking articles from scholars in Australia and Botswana. Other submissions come from those working in Canada, Aotearoa New Zealand and Costa Rica.
A new Director has been appointed to lead Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM), New Zealand’s Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence. Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and the University of Auckland are thrilled and excited by the prospects of the appointment of Associate Professor Tracey McIntosh as Director of NPM. Associate Professor McIntosh is not new to NPM or the Directorship, previously being a Joint Director, but now she takes on the directorship as a sole lead Director.