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Te Koronga's research archive of completed research projects, seminars, symposia, and student intern projects.

Completed research projects

  • Hui-te-ana-nui: Understanding kaitiakitanga in the marine environment for National Science Challenge Sustainable Seas (PDF) funded by National Science Challenge Sustainable Seas for $120, 000 (ex GST) June 2016–May 2017.
    Researchers: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Ms Ngahuia Mita, Dr Hauiti Hakopa.
  • Protecting cultural identity in the digital environment funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Postdoctoral Fellowship for $78,615 (ex GST) per annum 1 December 2016–30 November 2018.
    Researcher: Dr Hauiti Hakopa. Supervisors: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Professor Christina Hulbe, Professor Tahu Kukutai (University of Waikato).
  • Tangaroa Ara Rau: Waka and Water Safety funded by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment Vision Mātauranga Connect Scheme for $100, 000 (ex GST) 2017–2018.
    Researchers: Miss Terina Raureti. Supervisor Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
    More info can be seen at the Tangaroa Ara Rau Facebook page.

Pūkōrero seminars

View some recent presentations in our news story:
Pūkōrero - a collection of research presentations

2018

  • September: Tuupuna Times - Preserving the Narratives of Ruuruhi and Koroheke. Dr Tangiwai Rewi.
  • August: Creating success through science: Understanding & Improving Māori experiences within science. Miss Aprille Mincher.
  • August: Spatial Dimension of cultural identity. Mr Shane Witehira.
  • June: Wai ora, Mauri ora: Reflections on developing a collaborative exhibition. Professor Nancy Longnecker, Ms Jeanette Wikaira.
  • May: Storm Chasing 101 – South Pacific Tropical Cyclones 1998–2018. Dr Pete Russell.
  • April: Te Koronga Summer Interns. Miss Georgia McCarty and Miss Courtney Sullivan.
  • March: Te Koronga Summer Interns. Mr Finn Ryder, Mr Mitchell Purvis, Mr Nathanael Chandrakumra and Mr Ben Hanara

2017

  • November: Genetics and Māori Health. Dr Julia Wilson.
  • October: Mātauranga Māori and the Ageing Brain CoRE. Professor Hinemoa Elder.
  • August: Using ecology to support aspirations of Tangata Tiaki / Kaitiaki (Customary Fishery Managers). Associate Professor Chris Hepburn.
  • July: Hui-te-ana-nui Understanding Kaitiakitanga in the Marine Environment. Interface of Mātauranga and Indigenous Science. Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.

Research wānanga / symposia

2019

2018

  • Te Koronga Symposium, School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences
  • Te Koronga International Waka Voyaging Wānanga, Otago Museum and Kāti Huirapa ki Puketeraki
  • Te Koronga Research Noho, Puketeraki Marae
  • Te Koronga Teaching Noho, Puketeraki Marae, Arai Te Uru Marae

2017

  • Te Koronga Symposium, School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences
  • Te Koronga Teaching Noho, Puketeraki Marae, Arai Te Uru Marae

2016

  • Te Koronga Wānanga 2016 at Puketeraki focused on community needs and aspirations based on pepeha-ā-Puketeraki.
  • Te Koronga Teaching Noho, Puketeraki Marae, Arai Te Uru Marae

Te Koronga summer internships

2018–2019

  • Connecting to the sacred geographies of our ancestors. Funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Intern: Mr Shane Witehira (Ngāti Kahu). Supervisor: Dr Hauiti Hakopa.
  • Māori and Concussion. Funded by Te Ngaru Paewhenua, Division of Sciences, University of Otago. Intern: Mark Alexander (Ngāti Rāhiri Tumutumu). Supervisors: Dr Chanel Phillips, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Pacific pedagogies. Funded by Te Ngaru Paewhenua, Division of Sciences, University of Otago. Intern: Jerry Guelfa (Samoan). Supervisors: Dr Chanel Phillips, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Pūrākau and Whakapapa o Te Whānau-ā-Apanui. Funded by Te Ngaru Paewhenua, Division of Sciences, University of Otago. Intern: Haimora Ngatoro (Te Whānau-ā-Apanui). Supervisors: Dr Chanel Phillips, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Strengthening tamariki Māori identity. Funded by Te Ngaru Paewhenua, Division of Sciences, University of Otago. Intern: Royal Hepi (Ngāti Maniapoto). Supervisors: Dr Chanel Phillips, Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Tangaroa Ara Rau: Tangaroa The Atua of Human Movement. Funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Intern: Ben Hanara (Ngāti Kahungunu). Supervisors: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Chanel Phillips.
  • Tangaroa Ara Rau: Waka Voyaging and Water Safety. Funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Intern: Ngahuia Mita (Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki, Ngāti Porou, Ngāti Hako, Hauraki). Supervisors: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Chanel Phillips.
  • Tangaroa Ara Rau: Whakapapa Understandings in Te Tairāwhiti. Funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Intern: Denni Rangihuna (Ngāti Porou). Supervisors: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Chanel Phillips.
  • Tangaroa Ara Rau: Whānau Connections and Water Safety. Funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga. Intern: Terina Raureti (Ngāti Raukawa). Supervisors: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Dr Chanel Phillips.

2017–2018

  • Creating success through science: Understanding & Improving Māori experiences within science. Co-funded by School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences / Te Koronga. Intern: Aprille Mincher. Supervisor: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Examining fisheries data in the East Otago Taiāpure. Co-funded by Department of Conservation / Te Koronga. Intern: Nathaneal Chandakumra. Supervisor: Dr Peter Russell.
  • Hauora and Pūtaiao Solutions for Te Toki Voyaging Trust. Funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga / Te Koronga. Intern: Rangiiria Barclay-Kerr (Waikato/Tainui). Supervisors: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Mr Hoturoa Barclay-Kerr.
  • Mahunga, Pakihiwi, Puku, Hope, Waewae. Funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga / Te Koronga. Intern: Courtney Sullivan. Supervisors: Dr Hauiti Hakopa.
  • Māori sport organisations. Co-funded by School of Physical Education, Sport and Exercise Sciences / Te Koronga. Intern: Mitchell Purvis. Supervisor: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Te Tiaki Mahinga Kai. Co-funded by Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu / Te Tiaki Mahinga Kai / Te Koronga. Intern: Finn Ryder. Supervisor: Associate Professor Chris Hepburn.
  • Te Tiaki Mahinga Kai. Co-funded by Department of Conservation / Te Koronga. Intern: Georgia Rees. Supervisor: Associate Professor Chris Hepburn.
  • The spatial dimension of cultural identity. Co-funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga / Te Koronga. Intern: Shane Witehira. Supervisor: Dr Hauiti Hakopa
  • Wai Māori Ngāi Māori. Co-funded by Toi Tangata / Te Koronga. Intern: Ben Hanara. Supervisor: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Whānau Incarceration and Indigenous Science. Funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga / Te Koronga. Intern: Georgia McCarty. Supervisor: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.

2016–2017

  • Ko Hikaroroa te mauka: Hikaroroa is the mountain. Co-funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga / Te Koronga. Intern: Miss Georgia-Rae Flack. Supervisor: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Ko Waikouaiti te awa: Waikouaiti is the river. Co-funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga / Te Koronga. Intern: Terina Raureti. Supervisor: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Māori navigational kōrero in Antarctica. Funded by Ross Ice Shelf Research Project. Intern: Ngahuia Mita. Supervisors: Professor Christina Hulbe and Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Māori water safety. Funded by Water Safety New Zealand. Intern: Mitchell Purvis. Supervisor: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.
  • Mapping your pēpeha. Co-funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga / Te Koronga. Intern: Chelsea Cunningham. Supervisor: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson, Professor Richard Walter.
  • Taonga Tākaro. Co-funded by Toi Tangata / Te Koronga. Intern: Tukohirangi Pini. Supervisor: Dr Anne-Marie Jackson.

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