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Ngā Pūmanawa ki Pūrehuroa: Māori high-performance symposium

Source: Massey University Symposium participants Trevor Shailer, Dr Farah Palmer, Warren Maxwell Heather Skipworth, Stacey Morrison and Yvette McCausland-Durie. Unprecedented interest in the impact of Māori high-performance...

Can the arts transform our prisons?

Source: Massey University Theatre studies lecturer Dr Rand Hazou, organiser of the Performing Arts and Justice Symposium. Dr Amie Dowling  Dr Reginold Daniels A symposium exploring the power...

Lessons from NZ for indigenous scientists in Chile

Source: Massey University Professor Marta Silva, from Universidad Austral de Chile, with Associate Professor Nick Roskruge. Finding out how Māori knowledge (mātauranga) and cultural perspectives and...

Theatre and masks reveal life behind prison walls

Source: Massey University Auckland Prison inmates performing in a documentary theatre project about their experiences of prison life (photo/Sarah Woodland) Stories of prisoners’ lives usually stay...

Spotlight on te reo Māori in culture and heritage sector

Source: Massey University Dr Spencer Lilley will be investigating how well te reo Māori is used in Aotearoa’s culture, arts and heritage sector. The importance of...

Māori attitudes on the environment canvassed

Source: Massey University Dr Natasha Tassell-Matamua, School of Psychology, wants to find out about Māori views on the environment How do Māori balance being modern-day consumers...

Massey shines at Matariki Awards

Source: Massey University Dr Kathi Irwin and Massey University Deputy Vice-Chancellor Māori, Distinguished Professor Hingangaroa Smith. Massey Māori alumni and staff are shining in this year’s Ngā Whetū...

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