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  • Tauira Rauhī, supporting Māori Oweek 2020

    2020 Māori Orientation Week

    The week started off with a massive pōhiri to welcome tauira and whānau to the university at Te Herenga Waka Marae. Throughout the week tauira attended different workshops, information and whakawhanaungatanga sessions to help them settle into their new environment.

  • 2020 Summer Scholars

    Find out what Te Kawa a Māui Summer Scholar students Octavius Jones, Katie Tollan and Tamahina Sheridan have been researching during Summer 2020.

  • Nohorua Parata smiles and wears a white baseball cap and stands in front of a tree.

    Look after your wairua

    Nohorua Hawaikirangi Parata (Rongowhakaata, Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Ruanui, Ngāti Toa, Te Ātiawa) is motivated by his whānau, his iwi, his ahurea (culture), and our taiao (natural world)  to succeed in the workforce.

  • Short film showcases long-forgotten waiata

    A unique short film made by Victoria University of Wellington academics and showcasing long-forgotten waiata will be premiered at Wellington’s City Gallery on 28 October.