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Ko ngā ahorangi Māori me ngā pūkenga mātauranga nei ngā mātanga i roto i ā rātau mahi, mai i ngā mahi toi, ki ngā mahi hauora, aha atu, aha atu.
Our Māori professors and academics are leaders in their fields, from Māori visual arts to public health.
Michael Ahie has the top job at Massey as the Chancellor who chairs the University Council.
Massey's Deputy Vice-Chancellor Māori Professor Meihana Durie works to encourage, promote and support all things Māori across the university.
Professor Graham Hingangaroa Smith has spent his career championing the importance and value of indigenous knowledge.
Professor Tomlins-Jahnke leads the School of Māori and Indigenous Education, and has created Massey's two groundbreaking Māori teacher training programmes.
Head of the Whiti o Rehua School of Art, Professor Smith believes artists have a central role to play in protecting and healing the natural world.
As Co-director of the SHORE & Whariki Research Centre, Professor Helen Moewaka Barnes's research in health and wellbeing is focused on Māori aspiration and transformation.
A leading New Zealand artist, Professor Jahnke created Massey's unique degrees in Māori visual arts.
Having come to Massey after a career as a professional rugby player, Doctor Hapeta believes sport can be a force for social change.
Naomi Manu is the Director of Pūhoro, Massey’s trailblazing STEM academy for rangatahi Māori in years 11 to 13.
Get inspired by what our Māori alumni are doing now, and the ways they're giving back to their communities.
Read about our students' paths to university, and where they hope their studies will take them.