The Manawatū Branch of the Royal Society Te Apārangi is a regional
constituent organisation of the Royal Society Te Apārangi. Our aim is to
publicise science (in the broadest sense), technology and the humanities
and provide interesting and topical talks for our members and the public of
the Manawatū. All our talks are free and the public are invited to attend. The
Branch is registered with the Charities Commission (CC44182).
ROYAL SOCIETY TE APĀRANGI MANAWATŪ BRANCH ACTIVITIES
- Monthly public meetings are held at the Palmerston North City
Library. Some are combined with other societies.
- A monthly newsletter giving members details of meetings and
selected local news items. Members may choose to receive this
electronically or as printed copy.
- The Manawatū Lecture, our annual prestigious lecture describing an
aspect of science relevant to the historical and future development of
- Regular assistance with, and prizes for, the Manawatū Science &
- The Council makes nominations for appropriate awards.
Encouraging members to adhere to the Royal Society Te Apārangi
Code of Ethics.
JOINING THE MANAWATŪ BRANCH
Membership is open to any person who is interested in the objectives of
Royal Society Te Apārangi Manawatū Branch. No scientific or professional
qualification is necessary. If you would like to join the Manawatū Branch of
the Royal Society Te Apārangi, please complete the form below and email it
to the Branch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail: RS MB, PO Box 5277, Terrace End, Palmerston North 4441.
ROYAL SOCIETY TE APĀRANGI
Members of RS Manawatū Branch Inc are regarded as ‘associate members’
of Royal Society Te Apārangi and may receive special offers. They can also
join the national body as professional members, by contacting the national