A delegation of six people from the University of Waikato left for Colombia this week to attend the World Indigenous Business Forum.
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University staff go on strike nationwide, want pay up to equal cost of living surge
Staff from all of the country's eight universities will go on strike tomorrow, with Te Hautū Kahurangi | Tertiary Education Union members wanting an 8% pay increase to equal the rising cost of livi
Professors unlock access to higher-knowledge platform
Professor Sandy Morrison says her recent promotion to full professor provides her access to a platform of academia that allows her to better help Māori and indigenous knowledge.
Scholar's award to help her revitalise indigenous birthing knowledge
A PhD candidate working on the revitalisation of traditional indigenous birthing knowledge and practices is heading to the US to further her studies.
Mātāmua to head Massey mātauranga Māori graduate programme
Leading Māori astronomer Professor Rangi Mātāmua has accepted a new senior role at Massey University.
World first Climate Change degree offered by Waikato University
Tikanga and mātauranga Māori will be at the centre of a world first degree in climate change being offered by Waikato University.
Mixing Māori and mathematics to create new career pathways
A programme that aims to use mātauranga Māori to underpin science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) learning in Waikato has been launched named the Pūhoro STEM academy.
Racism and inequity target of new project to 'accelerate' Māori student achievement
The by Māori for Māori kaupapa will involve working with iwi, mana whenua and whānau to design responses.
Māori lawyer makes history with mataora
After receiving his pūhoro, Silveira decided the time was right to embrace his mataora and represent the symbols of his ancestors.
University of Waikato students concerned about future of the university for Māori
Students Luke Moss and Jasmine Sampson are worried about the future of the university’s faculty of Māori and indigenous studies, Te Pua Wānanga ki te Ao.