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  • Between now and the first few weeks of Semester A is when we are most at risk of losing potential tauira mostly due to uncertainty about their enrolment status (particular provisionally enrolled tauira) and a lack of regular, sustained communication with tauira throughout this period.

    Tauira support through the holiday period

  • He was judged New Zealander of the Year in 2014, but Dr. Lance O’Sullivan wasn’t always someone who would be worthy of such an accolade.

    Doctor Disruptive

  • Te Ati Awa and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa have signed a Kawenata that cements an enduring inter-generational relationship.

    Te Ati Awa and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa sign Kawenata

  • A stroke and a pending 90th birthday aren’t stopping Bobbie Jarvis from learning about the culture she was denied for much of her life.

    Making up for lost time

  • Toi tauira at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa are as well known for producing excellence in their work as they are for the exhibitions that take place at the end of each academic year. This year is no exception.

    Tauira works on show

  • A personal social experiment started three years ago was recognised nationally at the Māori Language Commission’s 14th Ngā Tohu Reo Māori, National Māori Language Awards on Friday night.

    National recognition for personal challenge

  • A new Te Wānanga o Aotearoa programme gives tauira the skills to increase their business nous and their knowledge of kaupapa Māori.

    Mind your business with Mana Ora

  • Love isn’t all you need, but it can go a long way towards improving the way clinical social work theory can successfully work alongside indigenous knowledge.

    Supervision conference gets off to good start

  • After a successful first year, Disruptive by Nature - the youth-focussed wānanga which challenges kaimahi to think differently – is on again next month.

    Disruptive by Nature back for second year

  • A Pōrirua couple learning te reo Māori together have come a long way in a relatively short time but say they still have a long way to go.

    Couple stick together on language journey

  • A new programme being offered in 2018 owes its existence to Aunty Ma, who was part of the discussion around its creation and remains the kaitiaki of the programme.

    Influence of Aunty Ma in new course

  • If you want to understand rangahau, forget about research because it’s not the same thing.

    Understanding rangahau

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