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Cook Islander gains PhD in sports and exercise science

Thursday 13 January 2022 | Written by Melina Etches | Published in Features, In Depth

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Cook Islander gains PhD in sports and exercise science
Cook Islander Dr Troy Tetini Ariki Henare Tararo-Ruhe has graduated from the University of Otago with a Doctor of Philosophy degree in Sports and Exercise Science. 22011209

One of the first Cook Islanders to gain doctorate degree in sports and exercise science wants to investigate acceptable and effective methods of implementing exercise programmes into Pacific islands communities.

One of the first Cook Islanders to gain doctorate degree in sports and exercise science wants to investigate acceptable and effective methods of implementing exercise programmes into Pacific islands communities.


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