MAI ki Tāmaki is hosted by Te Tumu Herenga | Libraries and Learning Services at Waipapa Taumata Rau | University of Auckland, and is lead by Abigail McClutchie (MAI site coordinator) and Dr Te Kawehau Hoskins (academic head). MAI ki Tāmaki is a space for Māori and Indigenous Doctoral candidates located in Auckland who are looking to connect to a Kaupapa Māori professional network that supports postgraduate students on their Masters and Doctoral journey.
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Activities and events
Whakakaha Doctoral Learning Programme
The Whakakaha Doctoral Learning programme is a series of workshops specifically designed for MAI doctoral candidates. The sessions are designed to offer strategies for navigating your doctoral journey, whether you’re just starting out or well into your studies – as well as opportunities to meet and connect with other tauira and share your experience and knowledge.
You can attend online or in-person. Click on the links to book the workshop.
This blended online symposium is an opportunity to strengthen connections within your MAI site whānau and, together, to consider the wider impact and reach of our collective research to grow, nurture and support Indigenous research relations.
In mid November, 87 Māori doctoral students from a broad range of disciplines came together from all over Aotearoa, along with some international Indigenous PhD students, to share their research in a Māori supported way.