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Māori education adviser joins board of global research system

Academic to bring Indigenous and New Zealand-specific perspectives to ORCID

Katharina Ruckstuhl, an education manager and research analyst at the University of Otago, has been appointed to the board of a global technology system that links researchers through a digital identity code.

She is the first New Zealand academic to be appointed to the Open Researcher and Contributor ID board and was nominated by the Royal Society of NZ. The organisation has eight million users, including some of the world’s largest research publishers.

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