On Tuesday, 24 October, NPM and Te Wānanga o Waipapa hosted ngā manuhiri tūārangi Kristin Ruppel, Department of Native American Studies, Montana State University, and Coy Harwood (Blackfeet/Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate), Acting Director, Piikani Lodge Health Institute.

Visiting Tāmaki Makaurau for the U.S. & Oceania Summit: Internationalization Across the Pacific in 2023 and beyond Kristin (Indigenous research methodologies, land tenure and food systems) and Coy (Hunter, Health and Wellness Advocate) were also interested to connect with Indigenous Food Sovereignty, Food Security and Health experts during their visit. After a modified kai hākari at the quad, our manuhiri spent a few moments of reflection in Tāne-nui-ā-Rangi before leaving campus. Online connections were made with Kiri Dell (Business School, Management and International Business) who also has research interests in Māori plant and food technologies and other Indigenous issues.

2022 Oct 24 9:00 AM to 2022 Oct 24 5:00 PM

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