Te Kotahi Research Institute support research knowledge exchange, networking and capacity building through wānanga, workshops, internship programmes, conferences and hui at the University of Waikato and around the motu. Huinga provide for direct communication and the sharing of whakaaro to ground research outcomes in Māori and Indigenous contexts.
Please find links to videos, reports and summaries of past events here.
Follow these links for more information on internship programmes for SING Aotearoa and Indigidata Aotearoa.
Indigidata Aotearoa is a multiday residential internship programme that aims to build capacity amongst Māori in: Māori data science, Māori data sovereignty, Māori data ethics, and Māori data applications. It is adapted from the successful Indigidata model established by the Indigenous data science community in America.
21-24 August 2023, University of Waikato, Kirikiriroa
SING (Summer internship for INdigenous peoples in Genomics) is a week-long residential internship programme designed to develop an indigenous understanding of genomics through knowledge and experience in wet-labs (biological samples, DNA), dry labs (computer analysis, biostatistics) and simulation labs (cultural and ethical scenarios). SING Aotearoa is part of the SING Consortium
Applications now open for SING 2024, 22-26 January 2024 in Te Tai Tokerau.
Apply here before 10 November 2023.
Any pātai to [email protected]
23-27 January 2023, University of Waikato
2022, virtual internship on-line