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Dr Robin Quigg

Health Sciences
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Associate Professor Anaru Eketone

Office of Māori Development and Humanities

Executive committee

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Lisa Kremer

Health Sciences
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Dr Tracy Perry

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Christina McKerchar

Christchurch Campus
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Associate Professor Anna Carr

School of Business
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Arianna Nisa-Waller

Health Sciences
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Rev Dr Wayne Te Kaawa

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Tiria Pehi

Wellington Campus

Te Poutama Māori Co‑ordinator

Our Co‑ordinator contributes to the successful operation of Te Poutama Māori ( TPM ) through the proficient co-ordination of its annual activities. They also promote the activities and achievements of TPM members and are the point of administrative contact for the Executive Committee. The Co‑ordinator collates and updates the TPM database and is responsible for the overall maintenance of this website.

Associate Deans Māori

The Associate Deans Māori work with University leaders to normalise things Māori within the University and guide the implementation of the Māori Strategic Framework ( MSF ). They are appointed by and based within their respective academic divisions or schools.

Otago's Associate Deans Māori

Māori academics

There are about 70 Māori academics at Otago working across Otago's four Divisions:

Presented  here is a sample of existing Otago profiles of some of Otago's Māori academics. These profiles focus mostly on research interests. We hope over time to continue adding to these profiles so as to present a more complete presence of the many wonderful Māori academics who are working at the University of Otago.

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Strategising hauora Māori

Associate Professor Suzanne Pitama, MIHI (Māori & Indigenous Health Institute), Health Sciences

Suzanne Pitama 1

Hauora Māori in policy and practice

Dr Reremoana Theodore, Department of Psychology, Sciences

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