News @ Awanuiārangi
Awanuiārangi UNVEILS NEW CAMPUS DEVELOPMENT
The new campus was opened on Friday, 7th December 2012.
Awanuiārangi forges stronger links with Sámi in northern Europe
Sámi institution strengthens indigenous education connection with Awanuiārangi.
NEW STYLE OF KAPAHAKA EARNS TOP 3 PLACING FOR TAMAKI STUDENTS
Cutting-edge kapa haka puts Māori Performance Arts students in spotlight.
Sámi scholars Professor Nils Helander and Associate Professor Kaisa Rautio Helander are returning to their home in northern Norway after a year-long research visit hosted by Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi.
SWEET RETURN ON FIRST CROPS
The first crops of kumara and Māori potato have been lifted, cooked and eaten – and the volunteers who have manned the garden are making plans for the next round of planting.
Awanuiārangi provides unique learning opportunity for American scholars
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi: indigenous-university continues to be an international drawcard for scholars and university staff visiting New Zealand.
READ MOREAWANUIARANGI CELEBRATES DIVERSE RESEARCH OUTCOMES FOR MAORI IN DOUBLE BOOK LAUNCH
Distinguished Professor Sir Sidney Moko Mead and Waiariki MP Te Ururoa Flavell have launched two new books produced by education faculty members at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi: indigenous-university.
new look whakatane campus
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi is building a state-of-the-art complex at its Whakatāne campus to ensure students, staff and the wider community have access to first-class teaching facilities.
Māori delegation to india
A group of Whakatāne academics are part of a Māori delegation spending two weeks in India to enhance business, cultural and educational relations between India and New Zealand from a Māori perspective.
Students ready to harvest first crops
Volunteers working on the traditional Māori garden at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi: indigenous-university are preparing for harvest.
UNIQUE KURA CELEBRATES OPENING
New kura Te Whata Tau o Putauaki celebrated its official opening in Kawerau on Tuesday, February 7 – the culmination of 16 years of planning and work.
māori Garden PROJECT Suffers SETBACK
The traditional Māori garden created at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi: indigenous-university is developing well, despite the theft of some rare potato varieties.
TRADITIONAL PRACTICES UNDER SPOTLIGHT IN MĀORI GARDEN PROJECT
The traditional Māori garden created by students and staff at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi: indigenous-university is almost fully planted, with seven varieties of pre-colonisation kumara in the ground as well as the medicinal plant kumarahou, hue (gourds) and Māori corn.
Students LEAD TRADITIONAL MAORi GARDEN PROJECT
Environmental Studies students are digging in to create a Māori garden that will use traditional methods to grow pre-colonisation foods, medicines and other crops.
NGA TAONGA TUHITUHI EXIBITION
Being held at: Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi, Rongo o Awa Awanuiarangi 1
Date: Tuesday 6 December, 3pm – Thursday 8 December, 12pm
Tuai: Maori Witness to the Industrial Revolution
$5.2m for Maori health
Two Whanganui Maori health research institutes have been given $5.27 million from the Health Research Council, in a first for organisations outside a university.
Te Matatini o Te Ra – Te Matarae i Orehu supreme winners
Te Matarae i Orehu leave Te Matatini o Te Ra as the supreme champions of Te Matatini o Te Ra with the coveted premier award — the Duncan MacIntyre trophy, the prestigious best kaitataki tane and wahine titles plus trophies for the best moteatea, kakahu, poi and haka.
Te Matatini o Te Ra – first day of competition
It was a real coastie pohiri with nga kaupoi on horseback being the first kaiwero. They were supported by hundreds of the tangata whenua who set the scene to what promises to be a festival to remember.
Te Matatini National Kapa Haka festival 2011
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi is proud to be sponsoring its Bachelor of Māori Performing Arts students who will be competing at Te Matatini International Māori Performing Arts Festival being held in Gisborne from 16-20 February 2011.
He Kakano - New programme uses stronger leadership to raise achievement
Waikato University’s Faculty of Education and Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi in Whakatane have signed a $7 million contract to deliver over 3 years a new professional leadership programme to New Zealand secondary and area schools, and wharekura.