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Six awards in the 2023 Research Honours have gone to researchers from the University.
Award-winning kaituhituhi Shelley Burne-Field (Sāmoa, Ngati Mutunga, Ngati Rārua, Pākehā) has been appointed as the Emerging Māori Writer in Residence for 2024.
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