Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Education, Innovation and Engagement
Alice Springs (Mparntwe) Education Declaration
“Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, knowledge and experiences are fundamental to Australia’s social, economic and cultural wellbeing.”
Language connects us to each other and to our land. People in the Hunter and around the country are using a unique community program to keep Indigenous language alive.
Building positive relationships and serving the community are vital
Archive fever – Archive phobia: A seminar on archival research for students researching Indigenous histories
Professor Victoria Haskins’ journey into archival research began with a box of diaries, letters and photographs sitting in her aunty’s garage in Woolgoolga, NSW. The discovery of these forgotten papers sparked her fascination with archival research and the histories that can be drawn out from docum
OPINION: Recognising racism must be the starting place for reconciliation
The house I live in is on Guringai country. The backyard blends into the dense bush of the National Park. There is a bush track that leads up a steep hill to the ridgeline. The track leads to a marked Aboriginal site, where water still pools in grinding grooves.
Framework launched in commitment to Indigenous education and research
The University of Newcastle has unveiled a major piece in its longstanding commitment to Indigenous higher education, innovation and engagement with the launch of its Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education and Research Framework, coinciding with national Close the Gap Day.
University of Newcastle author wins major literary award
Professor Sarah Wright, a human geographer from the University of Newcastle is part of a collective of women who were joint winners of the Prime Minister’s literary awards non-fiction category.
New scholarship aims to improve health and wellbeing in Indigenous communities
To help address the health needs in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across rural NSW, the University of Newcastle has launched a new Indigenous scholarship in the field of Speech Pathology.
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.