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‍The New Zealand Association of Scientists is joining with panellists from across the research system to take a look back at the last four years of the Te Ara Paerangi research sector reform programme. What did we gain from Te Ara Paerangi? What did we learn about the possible futures of our research system as envisioned by researchers across the motu? And how can we as a sector ensure that we keep our attention and advocacy focused on the change we want to see?

‍Pathways Forward: The Science Sector After Te Ara Paerangi

11 Turnbull Street, Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
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‍Start times vary based on location. You can find out more about the location near you here.

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Rethinking the land around cities can tackle both our food and housing crises.
This webinar will share research showing that we could improve our food, housing and wellbeing all at the same time by making the fertile whenua surrounding our cities more productive in sustainable ways.

For more information and registration see the link below.

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Disparities in outcomes and access for health conditions (such as cardiovascular illnesses, neurological disorders, and musculoskeletal diseases) are common to New Zealand, Canada, and other countries that have large, sparsely populated geographies alongside metropolitan areas, increasing socioeconomic inequality, and a disastrous history of colonisation of indigenous peoples. Identifying geographic accessibility to care is a key contributor to illuminating inequities in health. The geospatial 3-step floating catchment area (3SFCA) method is well suited to examining accessibility across both rural and metropolitan areas like those found in countries such as New Zealand and Canada. This method can integrate demographic variables to gain a more granular view of where mismatches lie between health care supply and health demand.

‍For more information and to register see the link below.

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This webinar will give an outline of the research programme, and how to use the WebApp.

‍For details and registration see the link below.

This massive online open course (MOOC) is starting soon. Anyone can take this course. See below for details and sign up. The related course material is available here on github.

This was brought to our attention by Marie Moinet at the most recent Palmerston North Bioinformatics meeting. Thanks Marie!

She found out about it in this Nature Career Guide article. More good stuff in that.

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Via the TEU:

Tomorrow Thursday 2 November union members will be addressing the University Council by Zoom at the ‘Open Forum’ part of the University Council Online Meeting, all members are invited to join by Zoom in support and solidarity.

Part l of the online meeting commences at 9.00am, and Open Forum will arise on the agenda at approximately 9.10am – we recommend members observing join at 9AM, and the Open Forum should conclude no later than 10AM (but likely earlier).

All members are invited to attend this (online) to show solidarity with union members speaking up to Council. You can set the “stop the cuts” email banner as a background, or even have a more creative zoom background or name at the meeting. 

The information for those that wish to attend Part 1 of the meeting:

  1. Any staff member, student, or member of the public can attend Part 1 of the University Council meeting
  2. Follow this Zoom link to access the meeting: https://massey.zoom.us/j/89911127180?pwd=eENPR1lURWdOa0k4VjkwQWorYVRsQT09 and/or contact Christabelle Marshall at [email protected] or [email protected] for access information
  3. The Part I Council Agenda is also available on the Massey website here.

Please find information on public participation at Council meetings on the Massey website here.

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Open Access Week 2023 is an opportunity to join together, take action, and raise awareness around the importance of community control of knowledge sharing systems.

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In collaboration with Te Tira Whakamātaki, Resilience to Nature’s Challenges National Science Challenge is excited to present, ‘He kai kei aku ringa – Disaster preparedness’.

‍For more information and registration see link below.

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Have you been involved in climate or taiao projects? Activism in your rohe? Iwi, hapū, marae, or rūnanga planning? Join this interactive wānanga and design critique workshop for research and development of an exciting climate maladaption tool to promote more equitable adaptation in Aotearoa.

A small koha of a $100 Prezzy card will be provided 30 places in this wānanga so please RSVP with your preferred stream to Kera Sherwood-O'Regan (Kāi Tahu, facilitator) at [email protected] The project is part of a University of Canterbury study, funded by the MPI Sustainable Land Management & Climate Change Adaptation (SLMACC-A) Fund.

For more information email [email protected] or head to www.justadaptationtools.org

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Have you been involved in climate or taiao projects? Activism in your rohe? Iwi, hapū, marae, or rūnanga planning? Join this interactive wānanga and design critique workshop for research and development of an exciting climate maladaption tool to promote more equitable adaptation in Aotearoa.

A small koha of a $100 Prezzy card will be provided 30 places in this wānanga so please RSVP with your preferred stream to Kera Sherwood-O'Regan (Kāi Tahu, facilitator) at [email protected] The project is part of a University of Canterbury study, funded by the MPI Sustainable Land Management & Climate Change Adaptation (SLMACC-A) Fund. For more information email [email protected] or head to www.justadaptationtools.org

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Abstract submission and registration closes on 14th November at 5pm. For more information and registration details see the link below.

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