How to nominate
How to nominate someone for the Te Rangi Hiroa Medal.
The Te Rangi Hiroa Medal is awarded biennially in four areas of the social sciences: historical approaches to societal transformation and change; current issues in cultural diversity and cohesion; social and economic policy and development; and medical anthropology. The medal is awarded to the researcher who, working within New Zealand, has undertaken work of great merit and has made an outstanding contribution towards the advancement of the particular area of social science.
- Medical anthropology: relationship between human behaviour, social life, and health within an anthropological context.
- Historical approaches to societal transformation and change: this includes appropriate contributions by archaeologists, physical and social anthropologists, historians of all sub-disciplines, and others using study of the past to elucidate important processes of change, whether in New Zealand or elsewhere.
- Current issues in social and cultural diversity and cohesion: this includes appropriate contributions by criminologists, educationalists, geographers, linguists, philosophers, sociologists, social anthropologists, psychologists and others who make major advances in the understanding of current society, both in New Zealand and elsewhere.
- Social and economic policy and development: this includes appropriate contributions by economists, political scientists, demographers, public health researchers, public and social policy specialists and others who make a major contribution to identifying and shaping social and economic trends, whether in New Zealand or elsewhere.
Please also review general criteria that apply to all Royal Society Te Apārangi medals and awards.
An online Nomination must be completed. Nominations may be made by any person, other than the nominee.
Nominations are to include one set of the following:
- One sentence citation of not more than 25 words, describing their work, which may be used for publicity purposes;
- Nomination summary of not more than 100 words, that clearly explains their research contribution to a non-specialist;
- Nomination statement of no more than 500 words outlining the candidate’s contribution to historical approaches to societal transformation and change; current issues in cultural diversity and cohesion; social and economic policy and development; or medical anthropology;
- Supporting documents
- Curriculum vitae of nominee;
- Two references (to be arranged by the nominator), at least one from outside the nominee’s institution.
Publications should include the names of all authors (Initials and Surname) and the full title of the journal in which a paper is published. Abbreviations should not be used.
“Working within New Zealand” includes all those who were employed in New Zealand for more than 50% of the time during which they performed the work that is being considered in making the award; and/or all those who were resident in New Zealand during that time.
Whakawhiwhia ai te Mētara mō Te Rangi Hīroa ia rua tau i ēnei wehenga e whā o ngā pūtaiao pāpori: ngā tirohanga i roto i ngā tau ki ngā huringa me ngā panonitanga pāpori; ngā take o te wā mō te kanorau me te pipiri ā-ahurea; ngā kaupapa here me te whanaketanga ā-pāpori, ā-ōhanga hoki; me te matauranga tikanga tangata whakaora mate. Ka whakawhiwhia tēnei mētara ki te kairangahau e mahi ana i roto i Aotearoa, kua mahi i ētahi mahi tino nui, kua tino kaha rawa tāna takoha ki te kawenga whakamua o tētahi wehenga o ngā pūtaiao pāpori.
- Te mātai tikanga tangata i te taha whakaora mate: te pāhekoheko o te whanonga tangata, te oranga pāpori, me te hauora i tētahi horopaki mātai tikanga tangata
- Ngā mahi i roto i ngā tau ki te huringa me te panonitanga pāpori: kei raro i tēnei wehenga ko ngā takoha e hāngai ana nā nga kaimātai whai para, ngā kaimātai tikanga tangata ā-kikokiko, ā-pāpori, ngā kaituhi tātai kōrero o ngā wehenga katoa me ētahi atu e mātaki ana ki ngā rā o mua hei whakaahua i ngā tukanga nui o te panoni, ahakoa i Aotearoa, i whenua kē atu rānei.
- Ētahi take o nāianei o te kanorau ā-pāpori, ā-ahurea, me te noho pipiri: kei raro i tēnei wehenga ko ngā takoha e hāngai ana nā ngā kaimātai hara, ngā kaimātai mātauranga, ngā kaimātai matawhenua, ngā kaimātai reo, ngā wānanga, ngā kaimātai pāpori, ngā kaimātai tikanga tangata pāpori, ngā kaimātai hinengaro me ētahi atu e tino kawe whakamua nei i te māramatanga ki te pāpori o nāianei, ahakoa i Aotearoa, i whenua kē atu hoki.
- Ngā kaupapa here me te whanaketanga ā-pāpori, ā-ōhanga hoki: kei raro i tēnei wehenga ko ngā takoha e hāngai ana nā ngā kaimātai ōhanga, ngā kaimahi pūtaiao tōrangapū, ngā kaiinetaupori, ngā kairangahau hauora tūmatanui, ngā mātanga kaupapa here tūmatanui, pāpori hoki me ētahi atu e tino kawe whakamua ana i te waitohu me te tārei i ngā ia ā-pāpori, ā-ōhanga, ahakoa i Aotearoa, i whenua kē atu rānei.
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
Me mātua whakakī tētahi puka ipurangi hei whakarewa i tētahi ingoa.
Me uru ki ngā whakarewatanga ingoa tētahi o ēnei:
- Te tāhuhu tangata;
- Te rārangi pukapuka roa;
- Tētahi whakapuaki poto, kia kaua e roa ake i te 100 kupu, ka whakamahia pea mō ngā mahi pānui i te kaupapa ki te ao;
- He whakapuaki whakarewa ingoa, kia kaua e roa ake i te 500 kupu, e taki ana i ngā mahi a te tangata i roto i ngā tau mō ngā huringa me ngā panonitanga pāpori; mō ngā take o te wā mō te kanorau me te pipiri ā-ahurea; mō ngā kaupapa here me te whanaketanga ā-pāpori, ā-ōhanga hoki; mō te matauranga tikanga tangata whakaora mate rānei.
- Tētahi whakapuaki poto hei whakaahua i āna mahi, kia kaua e roa ake i te 25 kupu, ka whakamahia pea mō ngā mahi pānui i te kaupapa ki te ao;
- Kia rua ngā reta tautoko (mā te kaiwhakarewa hei whakarite), kia kaua e iti iho i te kotahi mai i waho i te whare mahi a te kaiwhakarewa.
Me mōhio koe:
Me whakauru ki ngā pukapuka katoa ngā ingoa o ngā kaituhi katoa (Ngā pū tuatahi me te Ingoa Whakamutunga) me te taitara roa o te hautaka kei reira te puka e puta ana. Kaua e whakamahia ngā whakapotonga kupu.
Kei raro i te karangatanga “e mahi ana i roto i Aotearoa” ko ngā tāngata katoa e mahi ana mō neke atu i te 50% o te wā i a rātou e mahi ana i ngā mahi e whakaarotia ana mō te tohu nei; ngā tāngata katoa i te noho i Aotearoa i taua wā hoki/rānei.