Post by Kiwi Frontline on Mar 13, 2020 4:28:04 GMT 12
HEADSTONES INSPIRE NGARIMU SCHOLAR
The scholarship, which is worth $25,000 a year for up to two years, will allow him to collect stories of the 28th Māori Battalion members from those places who did not return home.
The Ngarimu Masters scholarships of $15,000 a year for up to two years went to Marise Stuart, Tipene James and Lee-Ann Tatana, while the undergraduate scholarships of $10,000 a year for up to five years went to Awatea Moxon, Cassiopea Harrison and Tangirau Papa.
Associate Education Minister and Ngarimu board chair Kelvin Davis says the winners of the Ngarimu and 28 Maori Battalion scholarships, created in honour of Victoria Cross winner Te Moana Nui ā Kiwa Ngarimu, are a snapshot of the diversity of Māori students pursuing higher education......
Post by second-class-citizen on Mar 13, 2020 21:30:21 GMT 12
More BS. If I was an employer, I would steer well clear of entitled students with their BS worthless meaningless "studies". In fact, their studies could be full of lies and racist BS, and nobody would dare say anything. We all know what sort of drivel will come from this one.