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Whakapapa is critical to identity and belonging

Source: Massey University Kaysha Whakarau graduated Massey University with a Bachelor of Social Work. Social worker Kaysha Whakarau brings a Māori perspective to her mahi, enhanced...

DHB signs up for te reo Māori with Massey

Source: Massey University MidCentral DHB chief executive Kathryn Cook with Professor Meihana Durie, at the signing of te reo Māori teaching agreement. Massey University and the...

Massey secures grant to support Māori into STEM

Source: Massey University The investment with impact 270 rangatahi from the Manawatū and around 100 rangatahi in Hawkes Bay. (Image credit Pūhoro STEM Academy) Massey University’s...

Study on motivations of non-Māori to learn te reo

Source: Massey University Researchers (from left) Senior lecturer Hone Morris; Dr Arianna Berardi-Wiltshire and Dr Celina Bortolotto explored the reasons why non-Māori want to learn...
Māori philosophy – thinking about Antarctica

Māori philosophy – thinking about Antarctica

Source: Massey University Antarctica can challenge us to think differently about how we relate to the environment (photo/Cassie Matias-Unsplash). A group of researchers is looking at...
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