Workshops


Workshops

Workshop Type Time Location Seats
Ruralisation - Connecting hearts, minds, spirits and homelands through education Workshop Session 1 Ka Lama 103 6 / ∞
Mau Rakau, a Way of Healing and Living. Workshop Session 1 Ka Lama 104A 6 / ∞
Whose voice should carry the weight? Asking Australian Aboriginal students about their education. Workshop Session 1 Ka Lama 104B 0 / ∞
'Ike: Making Global Native Doctoral Scholarship Count for our Communities Workshop Session 1 UHMC 0 / ∞
The Effect of a Life Skills Curriculum on the Problem-Solving Abilities of Tribal College Students Workshop Session 1 UHMC 0 / ∞
Expanding Hawaiian Language Domains Through Pop Culture Literature Workshop Session 1 UHMC 2 / ∞
A Te Whanau a Apanui perspective on the indigenous framework of Mana o nga atua , what does it look like in practice? Workshop Session 1 UHMC 0 / ∞
Indigenous Gaze: Transforming community through reclaiming health literacy practice, utilising methods of co-design, art-based creation and collaboration. Workshop Session 1 UHMC 0 / ∞
Navigating new models of indigenous health and wellbeing Workshop Session 1 UHMC 0 / ∞
Youth-led Initiatives to Physically Reconnect Whānau (families) to Ancestral Landscapes and Seascapes Workshop Session 1 UHMC 0 / ∞
Tongikura Framework: Indigenous research from a whanau perspective Workshop Session 1 UHMC 1 / ∞
From Lynching Tree to Healing Circle-Lest We Forget! In Remembrance of Ancestors Through Mantema: Sankofa Red Road Workshop Session 1 UHMC 0 / ∞
Hikina te kōmau, kia pūkauri ai te ahi: Lift the ashes so the fire can burn strong Workshop Session 1 UHMC 0 / ∞
Puʻuhonua (Places of Sanctuary): Empowering Incarcerated and Highly At-Risk Community Members to Grow Through Education Workshop Session 1 UHMC 5 / ∞
Integrating indigenous knowledge with STEM for Native Hawaiian students interested in careers in healthcare and research Workshop Session 1 UHMC 1 / ∞
Kūkulu: A Tribute to the Pillars of Mauna a Wākea Strategies Exploring Land Repossession in Hawaiʻi Workshop Session 1 UHMC 3 / ∞
Pahu Manamana o ʻUmi (II) Workshop Session 1 Pilina 1 / ∞
Imagining Life through Alaska Native Frameworks for Research and Learning Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
Māʻawe Pono - Indigenous Research grounded in Hawaiian Values Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
The University of Newcastle and University of New England Miroma Bunbilla Pre Entry to Medicine Program for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People: The first 5 years. Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
Te Rau Puawai - Enhance the Professionalism in Māori Mental Health Workforce Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
Te Ōhanga o te Pīpīwharauroa - Expressing our economic aspirations in te reo Māori Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
Tribal Water Summit: Building Capacity in Indian Country by Honoring Our Relationship with Water Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
How 'Te Awa' assisted rangatahi (young people) to traverse their cancer diagnosis. Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
"We Know How to Do This" - How First Nations and a Native Hawaiian Health Organizations Are Pushing Back Against Western Colonial Policymaking Models Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
Tangaroa Ara Rau – The many pathways of the ocean Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
He Hononga Whenua he Oranga TangataFrom the land comes life Workshop Session 2 UHMC 3 / ∞
Indigenous Student Advocacy and Activism on Community College Campuses Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
Hoʻomana Kahiko: From ancient to reality Workshop Session 2 UHMC 2 / ∞
Closer to my skin - an exploration of barriers and enablers to standing in our mana as indigenous leaders. Workshop Session 2 UHMC 11 / ∞
He Pikinga Waiora Implementation Framework Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
Ginibiiminan: Indigenous Women's Water Teachings, Practices and Resistance Workshop Session 2 UHMC 0 / ∞
Mapping Ancestral Knowledge Workshop Session 2 UHMC 6 / ∞
Pelehonuamea; Hawaiian Volcanism and Geology Workshop Session 2 Pilina 2 / ∞
Te Mana o Te Awa Workshop Session 2 UHMC 1 / ∞
Uē ka Lani, Ola ka Honua: Reclaiming the Names of Our Life-Sustaining Winds and Rains Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Next Generation Science Standards in the Kaiapuni Classroom: Will teachers implement? Workshop Session 4 UHMC 1 / ∞
Kahurangi- He kahukura no Takimoana. Romiromi and tūpāpaku. Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Indigenous Art, Song and Dance. The Indigenous Ensemble engages youth and provides the opportunity to develop a positive sense of self and personal pride in being First Nations or Métis, as well as the chance to acquire leadership experience. Workshop Session 4 UHMC 3 / ∞
Effective teaching for Māori students on the Certificate in Fitness programme at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Te Matapunenga o Te Kotahi: Kaupapa Māori across Research Spaces Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Nā kilo ao māiki: Observing the microbial realm Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Teaching About the Contested Hawaiian Language Term Haole - Is It Necessary? Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Tū ki te Ao, Tau ana: An examination of dual-language education at Te Pā o Rākaihautū Workshop Session 4 UHMC 1 / ∞
Māori understandings of Mindfulness: Psychological Knowledge from an Indigenous Cultural Context Workshop Session 4 UHMC 12 / ∞
Ho’oilina Pono A’e: Integrating Native Hawaiian Healing Practices into Primary Care Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Te Manaaki o te Marae: Supporting the wellbeing of homeless whānau into sustainable tenancies. Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
KAHU TO KAHU PO Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
How can a mātauranga Māori based Heke Ngaru contribute to flourishing whānau? Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Body Sovereignty and The Intersecting Isms Workshop Session 4 UHMC 1 / ∞
supporting self-determined governance for Indigenous Development Workshop Session 4 UHMC 5 / ∞
Hawaiian Youths Abroad Remembering Excellence: Reinstitutionalizing Hawaiian Kingdom Models of Education and Diplomacy Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Feminine Earth-Sky Relationship of Snake Effigy Mounds: Recovery, Sharing and Preservation Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
'Māku anō e hanga tōku nei kura' - 'I will shape my own school' Workshop Session 4 UHMC 1 / ∞
What’s for Dinner? Cultural continuity revealed in an early excavation site Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Worldwide Indigenous Science Network (WISN) - Three Decades of Applied Indigenous Science: A New Science Grounded in Sacred Site and Tradition Workshop Session 4 UHMC 0 / ∞
Weaving the Ka'ao of Ki'i and Academia: Interdisciplinary and Inter-institutional Approaches to Teaching Workshop Session 5 UHMC 6 / ∞
Spiral to the Stars: Mvskoke Tools of Futurity Book Release Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
Ka Pō, Ka Pō, Ka Ao, Ka Awatea: The Secret to Walking on Water Workshop Session 5 UHMC 4 / ∞
He taonga i tuku iho: interrupting colonisation through reclaiming ancestral practice. Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
Growing Our Own: Supporting the educational journey of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university students at Griffith University, Queensland, Australia Workshop Session 5 UHMC 5 / ∞
Kaupapa Midwifery. Indigenizing midwifery education Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
He Kura Kōrero: The role of youth in Māori language revival efforts Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
Hua Parakore - the six principles of Māori organic gardening - the only indigenous verification system in the world Workshop Session 5 UHMC 1 / ∞
De-colonizing the World Wide Web using ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Workshop Session 5 UHMC 1 / ∞
Hawaii Forest Plant Gathering Practices: Harvester Relationships to Forests and Managers Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
Land-Based Healing in an Urban Setting Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
He waka eke noa. Kaupapa Māori Theory and Praxis in traumatic brain injury and beyond Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
Substance Abuse and Trauma Amongst Native Hawaiians Workshop Session 5 UHMC 5 / ∞
'Māku anō e hanga tōku nei kura' - 'I will shape my own school' Workshop Session 5 UHMC 1 / ∞
No Stone Unturned… Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
Recovering education, recovering lāhui: Research as Retention Workshop Session 5 UHMC 1 / ∞
Hovering in places invisible to western psychology: Indigenous psychology as transformation Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
Enduring confiscation of native lands in the new millenium Workshop Session 5 UHMC 0 / ∞
Reclaiming Indigenous Knowledge One Collection At a Time: The Chahta Impona Database Creation Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Hiʻilei Project: Creating and Nurturing Early College Opportunities for Native Hawaiian High School Students Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Māla Aʻoaʻo Kaiāulu: ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi Community Building Through Extension of the Kaiapuni Pathway to an Higher Education Setting Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Kanaeokana: A Kula Hawaiʻi Network that Grows and Sustains Aloha ʻĀina Leaders Workshop Session 6 UHMC 1 / ∞
Hawaiki Kura - Ancestral FutureA whare wānanga model dedicated to developing and sustaining future generations of Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō cultural practitioners. Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Esoteric vs. Exoteric Symbolism of the Tipi Workshop Session 6 UHMC 7 / ∞
Ho‘oponopono as a Method to Combat the Political and Socioeconomic Changes of the Traditional Life of Native Hawaiians: Where We Were, Where We Are, and Where We Are Going Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
He Kahu Korero - Cloaks that speak : ‘Living as Maori women’ then, now and for the future. Workshop Session 6 UHMC 5 / ∞
Understanding a sense of place through art-making. The art based experience will encourage workshop participants to recall a time where they especially felt connected to the land or the environment and through a variety of materials; water based crayons and mixed media paper, workshop participants will create imagery that reflects a sense of place. Workshop Session 6 UHMC 1 / ∞
He Pī Ka Rere: Taonga, tips and tools to tautoko hauora and wellbeing. Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Beadwork as Ceremony: Activating Our Resilience, Restoration, and Resistance Workshop Session 6 UHMC 4 / ∞
The Importance of Culture in Assessment: Developing Culturally Relevant Assessments in Support of Hawaiian- focused Charter Schools Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Ten decolonising things we can do every day Workshop Session 6 UHMC 1 / ∞
Waimānalo Mau a Mau: Utilizing Pono Research principles to develop, implement, and disseminate culturally-grounded health programs for Native Hawaiians Workshop Session 6 UHMC 6 / ∞
Harnessing the winds: Reclaiming knowledge and reconstructing Te Rā, an ancient Māori sail. Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Building a hapū digital archive: the Ngāti Tiipa whakapapa and whenua project Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Image-based Storytelling: Creating a Visual Narrative of the Self Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Renaissance of Unity Consciousness Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
Hawaiki Kura - Ancestral FutureA whare wānanga model dedicated to developing and sustaining future generations of Ngāti Apa ki te Rā Tō cultural practitioners. Workshop Session 6 UHMC 0 / ∞
He manawatina, he manawatoka. Rangahau - indigenous knowledge Workshop Session 7 UHMC 0 / ∞
Growing Educational Leaders From A Mauli Ola Foundation Workshop Session 7 UHMC 1 / ∞
Obiganaswin – traditional child rearing, the cradle broad helps the child make a connection to the land. Workshop Session 7 UHMC 4 / ∞
Pūrākau: Empowering Māori lives through traditional oral narratives. Workshop Session 7 UHMC 0 / ∞
Raising Rangatira - bringing up children in the language of our ancestors Workshop Session 7 UHMC 0 / ∞
Hoofs, feathers, fur, and blood: The centrality of our four legged and winged relatives to Indigenous health and wellbeing Workshop Session 7 UHMC 9 / ∞
Determining the Health Impacts of ʻĀina-Based Programs Workshop Session 7 UHMC 1 / ∞
The Hospital Transfers Project: Statistics, Narratives and Influence Workshop Session 7 UHMC 0 / ∞
He Kokonga Ngākau: Research that examines the corners of our hearts Workshop Session 7 UHMC 0 / ∞
Decolonizing Diversity: Whakawhanaungatanga as an alternative to state managed multiculturalism Workshop Session 7 UHMC 1 / ∞
Planting Research Seeds of Hope: The Pueblo PhD Cohort Experience Workshop Session 7 UHMC 0 / ∞
Te Hāpai Ō - Ka'ai a ke Ali'i Workshop Session 7 UHMC 5 / ∞
Ngā ara rau o Tangaroa: Polynesian navigation knowledge in Hawai'i and Aotearoa Workshop Session 7 UHMC 0 / ∞
Perservance and Resilience in North America Workshop Session 7 UHMC 0 / ∞
"He Pūnāwai Māpuna ka ʻŌlelo."Itʻs not just about the ʻŌlelo; itʻs all about the ʻŌlelo. Workshop Session 7 UHMC 1 / ∞
Kakou Wai`anae Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
A Miskitu EFL teacher story: A look at an Indigenous EFL teacher experience as a student in an ELT program and its effects on her Indigenous well-being and identity. Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
Ngā tapuwae o te haka - Māori perspectives on haka in sport Workshop Session 8 UHMC 3 / ∞
Beyond CBPR: Reseach from and Indigenous Paradigm Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
Indigenous knowledges in health policy in Aotearoa New Zealand and Saskatchewan, Canada: Strategies for revitalisation? Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
Ka Wai ʻĀwili Pū me ka Kai: Bridging Language, Culture, and Modern Science Workshop Session 8 UHMC 1 / ∞
Te Awaroa - Voice of the River Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
Weaving knowledge systems: A biocultural approach to monitoring metrics Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
‘A‘ohe hana nui ke alu ‘ia: Mo‘olelo and kuleana of Kānaka Maoli haumāna in public health Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
Evaluating an Indigenous Resilience Scale Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
He Pikinga Waiora - Implementation Framework Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
Early life kaupapa Māori programming for positive outcomes over the lifecourse Workshop Session 8 UHMC 1 / ∞
Te Mana o te Reo Tauira – Māori Student Voice, Māori Student Representation. Workshop Session 8 UHMC 10 / ∞
I Lālā Mau Nā Hula ʻĪlālāʻole Workshop Session 8 UHMC 1 / ∞
Recovering the female altar: Te awa atua the wise-blood of the womb Workshop Session 8 UHMC 5 / ∞
Building staff capability in cultural responsiveness - a capability development project. Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
Enhancing Student Success within Whare Wānanga Workshop Session 8 UHMC 0 / ∞
Kaitiaki, Kaimahi me te Kāpata Kai - Iwi solution seeking in wastewater treatment. Workshop Session 9 UHMC 0 / ∞
Hulahula and Science: Indigenous STEM Practice and Education Workshop Session 9 UHMC 5 / ∞
Ngā Rourou e toru: Building Cultural Capital for Indigenous Students Workshop Session 9 UHMC 1 / ∞
Transforming Teaching & Learning With Hawaiian Culture-based Science Readers Workshop Session 9 UHMC 0 / ∞
Pathway For Tribal Governance: A Model For Preparing Indigenous Leaders Workshop Session 9 UHMC 12 / ∞
Lilo I ʻAukuʻu - A framework for the development of kilo Workshop Session 9 UHMC 0 / ∞
Ka Mana o Loko Workshop Session 9 UHMC 0 / ∞
The Hawai'i Environmental Education Alliance - HEEA - A Breathan educated and engaged island community that values Hawai'i, our relationship with the ʻāina, and is empowered to live sustainably Workshop Session 9 UHMC 0 / ∞
Rigorous Paraphrase: On cultivating a new standard of translation and refusal Workshop Session 9 UHMC 1 / ∞
E Hina e! E Hine e! Exploring Akua/Atua Ancestral Ties Across Ka Moananuiākea/Te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa Workshop Session 9 UHMC 5 / ∞
A Kakou Bio-Cultural Initiative: Standing In Agency While Building Relationship With Agencies Workshop Session 9 UHMC 0 / ∞
Weaving into the Fabric of Maori Health and Well-being Through A Cultural Programme Workshop Session 9 UHMC 0 / ∞