Indigenous Graduate Attribute

Learning from Indigenous knowledge on the Great Western Semi-arid Ecology field trip

The Semi-arid Ecology field trip is a rare opportunity for students to learn Indigenous science and history on-country, from those who know it best. Dr Andy Leigh talks to us about the trip, and the importance of Indigenous scientific knowledge.

“Our work is to Indigenise the academy”: Professor Susan Page chats to us about CAIK’s award winning work

UTS academics in the Centre for the Advancement of Indigenous Knowledges (CAIK) have been recognised for their work with the prestigious Neville Bonner Award. Professor Susan Page talked to us about the team’s work and the process behind the Indigenous Graduate Attribute.

The Deconstruction Exercise

Try The Deconstruction Exercise if you want your students to reflect critically on underlying beliefs about sensitive issues around race – without unproductive blaming and shaming.

Indigenous Education is for all Australians: an interview with Professor Michael McDaniel

In an extended interview, Professor Michael McDaniel, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Leadership and Engagement), tells us of the importance of adopting a whole of University approach to Indigenous higher education, and how UTS is making strides in this area.

‘Adapting Uncle Greg Simms Stories of Country’ – from the Indigenous Graduate Attributes Showcase

At the upcoming Indigenous Graduate Attribute showcase, Gabriel Clark, Daniele Hromek and Andrew Burrell will be exhibiting work from VC Design Studio: Narrative, Form and Time. Read on to find out a little about what you’ll be seeing at the showcase.