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22 Mar 2024

Claiming a seat at the table

A world of possibilities has just opened up for Māori at Otago, says new Deputy...

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09 Feb 2024

Inaugural Deputy-Vice Chancellor Māori appointed at Otago

Distinguished Māori legal scholar Professor Jacinta Ruru (Raukawa, Ngāti Ranginu...

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29 Nov 2023

Te Poutama Māori grants for Humanities

Te Kete Aronui Division of Humanities received three of the six annual Te Poutam...

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10 Nov 2023

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21 Sep 2022

Investiture of Professor Jacinta Ruru, MNZM

The investiture of Professor Jacinta Ruru, MNZM, of Port Chalmers, for services...

16 Sep 2022

Professor Jacinta Ruru awarded Distinguished Research Medal

Influential Māori legal scholar Professor Jacinta Ruru has been awarded the Univ...


25 Aug 2022

Raising awareness of stomach cancer a personal journey

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22 Aug 2022

Professor Sue Crengle receives Maarire Goodall Suprime Award

On Saturday 30 July 2022 Te ORA’s membership gathered online to celebrate the si...

30 May 2022

Wāhine Māori Deans featured in The Spinoff

Professors Suzanne Pitama and Joanne Baxter spoke to The Spinoff about their pio...

11 Feb 2022

New Dunedin School of Medicine Dean appointed

Professor Joanne Baxter (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāti Mamoe, Waitaha, Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō)...

06 Oct 2021

Professor Sue Crengle appointed to new Māori Health Authority

Otago Medical School Professor Sue Crengle will play a central role in what she...

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23 Sep 2021

Otago genetic pest control projects secure funding

Two University of Otago emerging researchers have secured more than $800,000 to...

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Hui Poutama 2021

Tēnā koutou,

The Hui Poutama organising committee, along with Te Poutama Māori and Te Koronga have decided to cancel the 2021 Hui Poutama.

We had planned to reschedule the kaupapa to December for an online event. However, we recognise the huge amount of Zoom fatigue and online kaupapa fatigue that people have at the moment, whilst of course still being in the context of a global pandemic!

Thank you to our proposed guest speakers, everyone who has submitted abstracts and those who have contributed to organising the kaupapa.

We will make an announcement in the New Year for 2022.

Nā mātou,
Anne-Marie Jackson
Chair, Te Komiti Whakahaere

Envisioning a Te Tiriti-led institution | Pōhewatia ana he Whare Wānanga ka ārahina e Te Tiriti

Dates: Cancelled, new dates to be confirmed for 2022.
Venue:Te Wao Nui, Ground Floor, Otago Business School

Hui Poutama is the biennial Māori academic staff symposium at Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou.

In 2021, for the first time, Hui Poutama will be a collaborative symposium co-hosted by Te Poutama Māori and Te Koronga, bringing together all Māori staff and Māori postgraduate students.

There will also be a conference dinner followed by an evening of entertainment.

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