How to nominate
Nominations will be received for candidates whose highest research qualification, normally (but not necessarily) a PhD, was within 10 years preceding 30 June in the year of the award, from the date of meeting the requirements for the degree. The eligibility period may be extended under the following scenarios:
· Extended sickness leave or part-time employment as a result of ongoing childcare or other care giving responsibilities.
· Eligibility may also be extended to take into account any career interruptions experienced due to being the primary caregiver for young children born since their PhD was awarded. If the applicant is the primary caregiver of a dependent child, the applicant is able to extend the period of eligibility by two years per child. The extension of two years per dependent child is inclusive of any periods of parental leave. There is no maximum identified.
Eligibility extensions must be approved by the Academy Executive Officer.Note that the nominee must be undertaking substantive and independent research for the first time in their career.
- Parental and other forms of leave can be deducted from the 10-year post-qualification time limit.
- The prime criterion for the award will be consideration of work arising out of research carried out in New Zealand, subsequent to the award of the highest research qualification.
- We will consider a wide range of research outputs. For an article(s), please list all authors and give its full title and where it was published. There may be a case for considering a publication which has not been submitted to the traditional peer review process before the publication. With such an article please submit an explanation of the review process to which its content has been subjected.
- If an article is co-authored a clear statement should be made of the candidate’s contribution to the research described therein, and the contribution of other authors. An article “in preparation” or “submitted” will not be considered; however, an article “in press” for which page proofs are available will be considered.
Please also review general criteria that apply to all Royal Society Te Apārangi medals and awards.
Nominations for the Royal Society Te Apārangi Early Career Award for Innovative Māori Research may be made by any person, other than the nominee. The Royal Society of New Zealand’s Academy Executive Committee reserves the right to decline any nomination.
Nominations must be loaded onto the Medals and Awards web portal. Please email the Academy (email@example.com) if you wish to submit a new nomination and you will be provided with a URL to access the web portal.
Nominations are to include the following:
- One sentence citation of not more than 25 words, describing the research, which may be used for publicity purposes;
- Nomination summary of not more than 100 words, that clearly explains the research in their paper to a non-specialist;
- Nomination statement of no more than 500 words highlighting how their research has the potential to shift boundaries and change directions of inquiry, and the impact of their research within their specific disciplinary fields and/or to the broader area of Indigenous research.
- Supporting documents
- Curriculum vitae of nominee;
- Two references (to be arranged by the nominator), at least one from outside the nominee’s institution.
- Electronic copy of the single piece of work for which the award should be judged. This may be a single book, article, chapter or other paper, another form of scholarly output; or evidence clearly demonstrating impact. If a nominated piece of work is co-authored or multi-authored, please clearly identify the contribution of the candidate and the contributions of other authors.
- Electronic copy of the letter from the organisation conferring their highest research qualification, stating the nominee has met the requirements for the degree.
- Ka tūtohutia he ingoa mō ngā tāngata i roto i te 10 tau o te whakaotinga o tā rātou tohu rangahau tiketike rawa, ā, mō te nuinga, he tohu kairangi (ehara i te mea me pērā anake), i mua i te 30 Hune i mua i te tau o te tohu. Kia mārama me noho ko te rangahau te rangahau whai-kiko nui, mahi motuhake tuatahi, o te tangata i whakaingoatia i tāna huarahi mahi i tēnei ao.
- Ka taea te tango i ngā marama okioki mō te whānautanga tamariki me ērā momo okiokitanga i te tepenga mō te 10 tau mai i te otinga o te tohu.
- Ko te tino paearu mō te tohu ko te whiriwhiri i ngā mahi i ara ake i ngā rangahau i kawea i Aotearoa, i muri mai i te whakawhiwhinga ki te tino tohu mātauranga rangahau tiketike.
- Ka whiria e mātou te huhua o ngā putanga rangahau.Mō (t)ētahi tuhinga, tēnā whakarārangitia ngā kaituhi katoa, homai hoki te taitara katoa, te wāhi hoki i whakaputaina ai.Tērā pea ka taea te whiriwhiri tuhinga kāore anō kia tukua kia arotakea e ngā hoa ngaio kia eke ngā ritenga mō te arotake, i mua i te whakaputanga.Mō aua momo tuhinga tēnā tukua he whakamārama mō te hātepe arotake i whāia, mō ngā kai o roto.
- Mehemea i tuhia ngātahitia te tuhinga, me takoto anō he whakamārama hōhonu o te wāhanga ki te tangata i whakaingaotia i roto i te rangahau e whakamāramatia rā i roto, me te wāhanga ki ērā atu kaituhi katoa. E kore tētahi tuhinga “e takatūria ana” “i tukua atu” rānei e whiria; ahakoa rā, mehemea he tuhinga ”e perehitia ana”, ka taea te homai ētahi whārangi whakamātautau, ka taea tērā te whiriwhiri.
- Me tāpiri hoki tētahi kape o te tiwhikete o te tohu rangahau tiketike rawa ki te ingoa i whakarewaina.
Tēnā arotakea hoki ngā paearu whānui e pā ana ki ngā mētara me ngā tohu katoa o te Royal Society Te Apārangi.
Ngā Whakarewatanga Ingoa
Ka taea te whakarewa ingoa mō Te Tohu Tau Mahi Tuatahi mō te Rangahau Māori Auaha e te tangata noa, ahakoa ko wai.Ka taea e te Komiti Kaihautū o Royal Society Te Apārangi te whakakāhore i tētahi whakarewatanga ingoa, ahakoa he aha.
Me mātua uta ngā whakarewatanga ingoa ki te tomokanga tukutuku Mētara, Tohu anō hoki. Tēnā īmēra atu ki te Academy (firstname.lastname@example.org) ki te hiahia koe ki te tuku whakarewatanga ingoa hou, ā, ka hoatu hoki he URL hoki hei urunga ki te tomokanga tukutuku.
Me uru ki ngā whakarewatanga ingoa tētahi o ēnei:
- Te tāhuhu tangata;
- He Rārangi Pukapuka;
- Tētahi whakapuaki poto hei whakaahua i āna mahi, kia kaua e roa ake i te 40 kupu, ka whakamahia pea mō ngā mahi pānui i te kaupapa ki te ao;
- He whakarāpopototanga (kaua e neke atu i te 300 kupu) i roto i te reta whakarewa ingoa, o ngā tutukinga rangahau o te tangata e whakarewaina nei te ingoa;
- He whakapuaki whakarewa kia kaua e neke atu i te 500 kupu, e tākina ai ngā pūtake mō te whakarewa i te ingoa o tō tangata;
- E rua ngā reta tautoko (mā te kaiwhakarewa ingoa e whakarite).Kia mōhio koe, me tangata i waho rawa i te whakahaere, i te rōpū rānei o te tangata e whakarewaina rā tōna ingoa, tētahi, neke atu rānei o ngā kaituhi reta tautoko.
- Tētahi tuhinga matihiko o ia mahi, o ia mahi e tukua mai ana kia whakawākia. He tuhinga kotahi pea tēnei, he huinga tuhinga tūhonohono rānei, he momo whakaputanga kē atu rānei nā te hinengaro mātanga, he taunakitanga tautoko i te pānga rānei.Mehemea tokorua ngā kaituhi o tētahi tuhinga e whakarewaina ana, he maha rānei ngā kaituhi, tēnā, āta whakarārangitia te wāhanga ki te tangata e whakaingoatia ana me te wāhanga ki ētahi katoa atu o ngā kaituhi.
- He tohu matihiko o te tiwhikete rangahau tiketike rawa.