Australian universities offer various support programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, but do these programs achieve their goal of education equity?
University of Newcastle earns Cygnet Award for supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff
This award recognises progress made towards closing the gap in disadvantage at the University.
Cygnet Award application (Indigenous Cultural Competency) – University of Newcastle
Read about the University’s actions to improve institution-wide Indigenous cultural competency.
Responsibilities when training and learning with critical race and whiteness studies
By facilitating anti-racist teaching, non-Indigenous teachers can become allies in challenging deficit discourse and promoting racial literacy.
Targeted recruitment at the University of Newcastle
Determined to shift the dial, the University of Newcastle used a targeted recruitment strategy to boost women’s and Indigenous staff representation in key areas. Here, they recount their successes, learnings and next steps.
Episode 16: Healing the system with Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver
In the first episode of Between the Lines, a Think Difference mini-series, Professor Lisa Jackson Pulver talks about her life, career and ways to support Indigenous students in higher education.
Encouraging connectedness through a meeting place
Flinders University is embracing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and beliefs through the creation of a meeting place.
Episode 11: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Athena Swan
True gender equity must consider more than gender. In this episode, we ask Braden Hill and Chanelle Van den Berg how SAGE subscribers involve and serve Indigenous people in their Athena Swan work.
Enriching student learning through work with Indigenous communities
At the University of Sydney, students can undertake Service Learning to develop their cultural competence and collaborate with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.