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  • Brian Tunui and his son Ben will graduate together in December 2021!

    Brian, Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Mākino, Tuhourangi-Wāhiao and Samoan, recently completed his PhD at Te Kawa a Māui, and will graduate together with his son Ben, also Te Ati Awa on his Mother’s side, who will receive a Masters in the School of Architecture.

  • Ngā Kete Mātauranga: Māori scholars at the research interface

    The powerful stories of 24 Māori academics' triumphs and challenges in Western dominated disciplines of knowledge have been collated in a new book, Ngā Kete Mātauranga: Māori scholars at the research interface. Associate Professor Ocean Mercier writes about the interconnected fluid journeys of science and mātauranga and Associate Professor Maria Bargh writes about opening up possible worlds for indigenous scholars in the disciplines of politics and policy.

  • Mapping NZ's underground water

    GNS Science researchers are mapping where water flows underground across New Zealand, which will help with better management of groundwater resources. Dr Amber Aranui, a Te Kawa a Māui research associate is bringing mātauranga Māori to the project.