Pro-Vice Chancellor: Māori Advancement and Learning and Teaching, AUT
Professor Pare Keiha is Auckland University of Technology’s Pro-Vice Chancellor: Māori Advancement and also for Learning and Teaching. Previously, he also held the position of Pro-Vice Chancellor for Commercialisation. He is the current Dean of Te Ara Poutama, The Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Development.
He has a strong and extensive background in the governance of a number of public and private companies. His networks and knowledge of research, science and technology is wide-spread and well recognised. Professor Keiha has participated in a number of Auckland Museum reviews including the Collections, Research and Library review, the review of the National History Collections, the review of the Cultural Collections and the review of the War Memorial Collections.
Professor Keiha has served as a member on a number of boards and committees including the Board of the Foundation for Research, Science and Technology. He has also contributed to a number of national significant research groups including the Performance Based Research Fund Working Group and Sector Reference Group. In the past, he was a member of the Centre of Research Excellence Fund committees of the Royal Society of New Zealand.
The Auckland University of Technology has developed a reputation for innovative, creative and advanced digital learning resources. Importantly the creative potential of Māori language, custom and culture is recognised in such developments. Such potential is set against the opportunities created by the relationship between technology, pedagogy, content and, last but not least, options to reduce […]