Te Ohu Tikanga-rua | Bicultural Development Working Group
To provide feedback and support to the Academic Administration Committee (AAC) in the area of bicultural competence and confidence in undergraduate degree programmes, as defined in the UC Graduate Profile.
- Assistant Vice-Chancellor Māori (or nominee).
- Director Ngāi Tahu Research Centre (or nominee).
- Director Māori Teaching and Learning.
- Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic (or nominee).
- Kaiārahi Māori – in attendance as required.
Initial consultation, support and feedback is provided by the Kaiārahi to the colleges of the university. This is the substantial development phase.
Courses, content and activities once developed are submitted for consideration against the criteria defined in the UC Bicultural Competence and Confidence Framework. The Bicultural Development Committee will provide feedback for further development if necessary.
The AAC will maintain a register of content, experiences and engagement (whether a course or paper, and/or content, and/or not-for-credit activities) which contributes to bicultural competence and confidence.