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          Professor named Royal Society Te Apārangi Fellow


          Dean of the Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, 教授布兰登hokowhitu, was recently named Fellow of the Royal Society Te Apārangi.

          The Dean of the Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies, 教授布兰登hokowhitu

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          He is also one of only two Māori scholars to be named a Fellow this year.

          "It's a great honour, particularly being one of only two Māori scholars given the honour this year,” says Professor Hokowhitu.

          “So we should be very proud of the Faculty for all the national and international recognition that it receives".

          教授琳达·塔哇依·史密斯 is also on the Royal Society honours board.

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          教授加入Hokowhitu 教授琳达·塔哇依·史密斯


          Their combined expertise in Indigenous scholarship continue to boost the Faculty’s reputation as a leader in Indigenous Studies and Matauranga Māori.

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