Finding out how Māori knowledge and cultural perspectives and practices are woven into the teaching of sciences is providing a Chilean anthropologist with ideas for how to encourage more indigenous Chileans to study sciences.
Eleven post-graduate Massey University students have been awarded scholarships totalling $70,000 by the Graduate Women Manawatū Charitable Trust for research projects as diverse as volcanology, maternal ambivalence and animal stress
China's influence, Auckland's superdiversity, philosophical issues in health and science research, the transformative power of theatre, music, literature - just a few of the sizzling topics in this year's Our Changing World public lectures by Massey University humanities and social science scholars.
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