Tuia Te Ako 2015

Dr Pedro Noguera, New York.

Dr Pedro Noguera, New York.

Tuia Te Ako is the national Māori tertiary education hui that brings together prominent leaders in Māori tertiary education, iwi, Māori tertiary education providers, individuals from the broader tertiary sector, learners, and whānau in a hui dedicated to supporting future success of all Māori in tertiary education.

In 2015, Tuia Te Ako will be co-hosted by Te Tapuae o Rehua and Ako Aotearoa at Lincoln University. This year the key theme for the hui is ‘Te Whakarauora – revitalisation through reflection, repositioning and reimagining – mā Māori, mō Māori, e ai ki a Māori kia whakarauora te iwi.’

Distinguished Professor Graeme Hingangaroa Smith.

Distinguished Professor Graeme Hingangaroa Smith.

The key presenters include:
• International keynote presenter, Dr Pedro Noguera – Executive Director of the Metropolitan Centre for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools, State University of New York
• Sir Tipene O’Regan – Chair of Ngā Pae o Te Māramatanga Board
• Distinguished Professor Graham Hingangaroa Smith – Chief Executive Officer, Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi
• Hana O’Regan – Dean of Te Puna Wānaka and Director of Māori and Pasifika at the Christchurch Polytech Institute of Technology
• Dr Karyn Paringatai – University of Otago and 2014 Prime Minister’s Supreme Awardee (national Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards); and
• Jim Mather – Kaiurungi (CEO), Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

Dr Karyn Paringatai.

Dr Karyn Paringatai.

The Manu Mātauranga (planning committee) would like to warmly invite tertiary educators, whānau and Papatipu Rūnaka to attend Tuia Te Ako 2015.

This year the hui will take place within the Ngāi Tahu takiwā and includes a range of Ngāi Tahu presenters as well as a range of Ngāi Tahu focused case studies and site visits built into the conference programme.

To support Papatipu Rūnaka to participate there will be a complimentary registration for each rūnaka to send a delegate to attend.

For further information please contact Tracey Waho-Blayney by emailing [email protected], or calling 0800 KAI TAHU (0800 524 8248); or 03 974 0027.