Māori Students' Event
Date: 31 March 2015
Time: 5.00 pm
Venue: Alan MacDiarmid (AM) 102, Kelburn Campus
An evening for Māori students is to be hosted by the Faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences & Education on Tuesday, 31 March 2015. It will be held in the Alan MacDiarmid Building 102 (AM 102), Kelburn Parade from 5–7pm. This is an opportunity to meet fellow students and staff while learning about the services the University provides to support students during their studies. Prepare to be inspired by the opportunities that you have as a student at Victoria e.g. leadership programmes, Victoria Abroad (exchange), internships and mentoring opportunities.
We have some special guests attending to talk about life at Victoria, including Prof Piri Sciascia, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Māori); Prof Jennifer Windsor, Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Faculties; Dr Nikki Hessell, Associate Dean (Equity); fellow students who will share their experiences and successes; and staff from the Faculty Student and Academic Services Offices and other student services, such as Te Pūtahi Atawhai, Student Learning and Careers and Employability.
There will be refreshments along with the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about studying within the Faculties and the diverse opportunities available.
For catering purposes please email firstname.lastname@example.org, phone Claire on 04 463 5741, or come in to see her in Murphy 411, no later than Friday, 27 March.
Download the Māori students' evening flyer (PDF, 425 KB).
Te Hui Whakapūmau May 2015 ceremony
Date: 12 May 2015
Time: 9.00 am
Venue: Te Herenga Waka Marae
If you are graduating in May and are Māori or have completed a Te Kawa a Māui major, you and your whānau are invited to celebrate your success. Register now!
See Graduation ceremonies for registration and programme details. Registrations close at 5:00pm on 24 April.
Te Kura Roa – Minority Language & Dialect Conference
Date: 16–18 April 2015
Time: 4.00 pm
Te Kura Roa is an exciting conference that is bringing together internationally renowned experts in minority language research and practice from around the world and within New Zealand. The goal is to create a forum that will engage people interested in minority languages and dialects from all sectors, including researchers, students, teachers and community practitioners.
Te Kura Roa is a national research project on Māori language revitalisation involving collaboration between the University of Otago, Victoria University of Wellington and Ngā Pae o Te Māramatanga (a National Research Centre of Excellence on Māori Knowledge and Development).
Attendance at this conference is limited. Registration closes 13 March 2015.