Nau mai ki tēnei paetukutuku o te Sir Hugh Kawharu Foundation : He wawata mo ngā wheturangi
HE PITOPITO KORERO
The Foundation is delighted to award the Sir Hugh Kawharu Scholarship for Innovation in Science to Hanareia Ehau-Taumaunu. A key aspect to Hanareia's MSc research project is to uncover traditional Māori crop hosts and the micribiota profiles of the native 'porina' moth. We wish her all the best for her studies. Nei ra ngā mihi nui ki a ia, e te wheturangi o Ngāti Uepōhatu, Ngāto Porou, Te Whanau-ā-Apanui me Te Atiawa. He whakamihi tēnei ki a koe mo toū kaha i te ao Māori, me te mihi anō hoki mo tōu maramatanga, tōu tohungatanga mo tātou te iwi Māori.
The Sir Hugh Kawharu Scholarship for Innovation in Science is a scholarship for Māori students engaged in masters level study in the sciences. Applications for the 2017 academic are now being called for. The closing date for applications is 9 September 2016.
The Sir Hugh Kawharu Fellowship is offered by the Foundation in partnership with the University of Auckland Business School. For more information on the Fellowship, see "Programmes".
The Scholarship comprises a grant of $10,000 and is offered by the Foundation in partnership with the Auckland Museum. The Museum administers the scholarship.