Ngā ringa raupā—Our people
E tū e hine mā, e tama mā, whakaarahia ake ngā pou pou—an ambitious project needs diverse expertise.
The Living Pā project is being managed across six offices: Campus Development, Te Kawa a Māui (School of Māori Studies), Te Herenga Waka Marae, the Development Office, the Sustainability Office, and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Māori) Office.
The Living Pā will be the home for Te Kawa a Māui, Te Herenga Waka Marae, Ngāi Tauira (Māori students association), Āwhina (support services), the Sustainability Office, and the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Māori).
The Living Pā will also offer multipurpose collaboration spaces for:
- other Māori student associations, such as Ngā Rangahautira (Māori Law Students' Association), Ngā Tāura Ūmanga (Māori Commerce Students' Association), Te Hōhaieti o te Reo Māori (Māori language society), and MAI Ki Pōneke
- our strategic partners, including iwi and other Māori organisations, government, and business networks
- students and staff
- research collaborators
- community and whānau groups
- wānanga, conferences, symposia, and colloquia.