The University of Newcastle, Australia

Indigenous enabling: 'what works':

DEVELOPING A NATIONAL CONVERSATION AROUND ENABLING EDUCATION FOR ABORIGINAL AND TORRES STRAIT ISLANDER STUDENTS THROUGH A COMPREHENSIVE AUDIT OF CURRENT PROVISION

This project intends to add to the knowledge base by auditing the existing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander enabling programs offered across the country to identify gaps in knowledge, identify good practice and develop a sustained conversation within and across the Australian higher education sector.

This project was awarded a $49,997 HEPP NPP Grant and is being led by Associate Professor Maree Gruppetta along with a team of researchers from the University of Newcastle including Associate Professor Stephanie Gilbert, Dr Sally Baker, Ms Helen Cameron and Ms Evonne Irwin.