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More recognition for Dr Karyn Paringatai


Dr Karyn Paringatai (Te Whānau-a-Hunaara, hapū of Ngāti Porou)

Te Tumu academic, Dr Karyn Paringatai, now has a role helping support Māori postgraduates across the university.  Following on from the great work done by Anaru Eketone (of Sociology, Gender & Social Work), Karyn has been appointed as Māori Postgraduate Student Advisor, a part-time position at the University’s Graduate Research School.  In many ways, this will be an extension of the work that Karyn has already been doing with Te Tumu postgraduates.  Click here for the Otago Bulletin Board story.

Karyn’s role is supported by funding from Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga.  She has just come back from leading a group of Otago postgraduates to Ngā Pae’s Māori and Indigenous Doctoral Conference held at Maketū Marae at Kāwhia where, I understand, everyone was blown away by our students’ presentations.