Hidden Treasures of the Earth - NGĀ KURA HUNA Ā PAPATŪĀNUKU
Kia hiwa rā kia hiwa rā
“E ngā rangatira mai i ngā hau e wha, nau mai,piki mai ki tēnei wānanga arā “Ngā Kura Huna ā Papatūānuku”
It is our privilege to host this event showcasing the hidden treasures of the Earth in
Aotearoa New Zealand.
This event highlights some of the work GNS Science is doing with Māori. Ngā Kura Huna a Papatūānuku combines research, science and matauranga Māori. This event will be of interest to those working in the Māori, Science or Education sectors and could be useful to career advisors or students who remain undecided in their chosen field of study,
Ngā Kura Huna ā Papatūānuku is an event where knowledge, skills and experiences can be shared, based on the themes of mātauranga and science in practice.
MUSEUM OF NEW ZEALAND TE PAPA TONGAREWA, WELLINGTON
Thursday 14 July 2016
Soundings Theatre Floor 1
Doors open at 10:00
Event runs 10:30 – 5.00pm
Ngā Whainga o Te Wānanga:
The aim of the forum enables research participants to share advice, experience and
information with the public of New Zealand.
Ngā Kaupapa o Te Wānanga:
For more information and enquiries:
contact Bevan Hunter on 04-570-4895 or email here.
Registrations closed 5pm Friday 8 July 2016.
Download the presenter bios:
Meet-the-presenters.pdf (857.06 kB)
Download the programme here: Programme-Te-Papa.pdf (942.19 kB)
Download the poster here: Poster Download
Download the presentation summaries here: Presentation-summaries.pdf (89.74 kB)