Te Pūwānanga, Raumati Summer 2016-2017

The Raumati - Summer Issue includes

  • NPM Conference
  • Save the Dates
  • Co-Directors Report
  • National Māori Research Strategy
  • Strategic Direction
  • Seeding Excellence
  • Summer Internships
  • National MAI Doctoral Conference
  • Māori Scholars Recognised
  • Publications
  • Journals

Dr Heather Gifford

Ngāti Hauiti, Te Atihaunui ā Papārangi
Senior Advisor Business & Research
Whakauae Research for Māori Health & Development

Heather is a trained nurse working in the field of child and family health, and has taught at a tertiary level in health services, as well as working as a manager with a Māori Development Organisation and in primary health care.

She has completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Public Health at Otago University, a Masters in Public Health from the same university and a PhD and Postdoctoral Fellowship with Te Pūmanawa Hauora, the Research Centre for Māori Health and Development, Massey University. 

Dr John Reid

Senior Research Fellow
University of Canterbury

John is a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Canterbury’s Ngai Tahu Research Centre. He is a specialist in leading and developing multi-disciplinary research and development programmes focused on addressing interrelated social, economic, and environmental problems.

His research explores the way in which Indigenous and Western cultures shape identity, sense of place, and approaches to social and economic development.

NPM Seeding and Scoping - Request For Proposals

Grant Status: 
Open
03/14/2019 - 09:00 to 06/30/2019 - 16:00

 

Our Call for new Seed and Scope Research proposals has opened - we will hold hui to discuss ideas, answer questions and assist; but applications must be in by 30 June 2019.

Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga (NPM) is again developing new seed and scope research that contributes to its research programme and outcomes. We will develop and commence research projects that contribute to our outcomes and vision, by providing a small contestable fund for our researchers (research partner network) that will initiate excellent research that has transformative potential. 

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