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Otago Biochemistry welcomes Dr Nathan Kenny

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Friday 17 September 2021

Haere mai Dr Nathan Kenny! Nathan joined Otago Biochemistry last week as a brand new lecturer and research group leader. His plans include researching resilience in kuku, green-lipped mussels, in a project supported by a Rutherford Discovery Fellowship.

Upcoming events

Hui Poutama 2021

Tēnā koutou,

Due to the developing situation with COVID‑19 and the rapid shift to a national lockdown, the University of Otago Te Poutama Māori and Te Koronga Symposium Hui Poutama scheduled for 30-31 August is postponed. A new date is to be confirmed.

We will continually update the Hui Poutama website with information. We leave the website open for clothing available for purchase from The Print Room, which Heramaahina Eketone did the print design for.

Hui Poutama 2021 clothing at The Print Room

We hope all whānau are staying safe. Kia haumaru te noho.

Anne-Marie Jackson
Chair, Te Komiti Whakahaere

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

Dates: Postponed, new dates to be confirmed
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.

Hui Poutama 2021 website