NPM Researcher

Dr Shaun Awatere

Ngāti Porou
Manaaki Whenua

Shaun Awatere (Ngāti Porou) is a resource economist for Landcare Research in Hamilton. He has been working to improve the incorporation of Mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge and values) into local government planning by developing the systems and processes that will enable Māori values to be integrated into urban design and development.

Professor Huia Tomlins-Jahnke

Ngāti Kahungunu, Ngāti Toa Rangatira, Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Hine
Principal Investigator
Massey University

Associate Professor Huia Tomlins Jahnke has been involved as a researcher and research coordinator of the D Company Māori Battalion Oral History Project since 1997 when the Ngāti Kahungunu veterans of D Company established the project. She is Principal Investigator on the NPM project Au e ihu! Nga Morehu TauaThose that are left must endeavour to complete the work. Huia is currently an Professor of Māori Education, and Head of School in the College of Education at Massey University.

Dr Dominic Andrae

Dr Dominic Andrae is a part-time Research Fellow working with Tracey McIntosh (Director) on her research programme. Dominic’s role is to conduct research in the area of incarceration, gang membership and gang whānau and to develop new and appropriate methodologies in working with vulnerable groups: generating new knowledge, outputs and research opportunities (funding, support and collaborations).

Distinguished Professor Graham Hingangaroa Smith

Ngāti Apa, Ngāti Kahungunu, Kai Tahu and Ngāti Porou

Professor Graham Smith, a prominent Māori educationalist, has been at the forefront of Māori initiatives in the education field and beyond. His recent academic work has centered on developing theoretically informed transformative strategies related to intervening in Māori cultural, political, social, educational and economic crises. Professor Smith has made significant contributions to the political, social, economic and cultural advancement of indigenous Māori communities.