Get to know some of our researchers working in many areas relating to Māori culture.
Dr Kidman is involved in an international research project into how indigenous children engage with science knowledge in their classrooms.
Hīria's research areas include, Māori medium education, iwi, student success models, science education, education for sustainability and place based education.
Dr Ormond’s research explores digital fluency and how ICT can assist decolonisation of marginalised communities by supporting them to engage with technology.
Awanui’s doctoral research explored the changing motivations of Māori heritage in language learners.
Regan's research deals with both the qualitative and quantitative aspects of disasters under the general headings pf Management, Mitigation and Indicators.
Rebecca's research interests are in the nexus between socio-cultural factors and space.