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Mātātaki | The Challenge
For All Our Futures
Maria Nieto is a Master of Laws graduate, specialising in Corporate and Commercial Law. She works as a Solicitor for Simpson Grierson.
Xavier Forsman is a Master of Science in Geography graduate. He works as Senior Librarian, Māori Research at Auckland Council.
Meet the students whose research into sustainability is helping to secure a better future for Aotearoa.
Lucy (Yixin) Wei is a Master of Commerce in Accounting graduate, first year PhD student and Graduate Teaching Assistant.
Helen Robinson is a recent graduate of the Master of Social and Community Leadership. She works as the General Manager of Social Services at the Auckland City Mission.
Clovis McEvoy is researching sonic arts composition as part of studies towards a Master of Music.
Sarah McLean's thesis in Pacific Studies examined the experiences of mental health service providers working with young Samoan females with depression.
Julie Winter-Smith's research investigated the perceptions of Māori stroke survivors and their whānau on the use of a robotic aid to assist rehabilitation.
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