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UC CIRI Events

UC CIRI runs a series of seminars on a wide variety of topics related to Indigenous issues and we also run networking events to encourage those people interested in Indigenous research to get together and talk .

Where possible, we have filmed or provided slides from the seminars which are available for download. Please note that these slides are subject to copyright and may not be used without the express permission of the author(s).


UPCOMING EVENTS

Strategies to Transform the Educational Experience and Outcomes for Indigenous Students (15 October 2018)

This is evening Q & A event will be facilitated by Professor Peter Radoll and the panellists will be:

  • Distinguished Professor Graham Smith, Past CEO, Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi, New Zealand
  • Professor Rob Tierney, Past Dean of Education, Sydney University and the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • Professor Bronwyn Carlson, Head of Department of Indigenous Studies, Macquarie University
  • Professor Bob Morgan, Wollotuka Institute and Chair, WIPCE World Council

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Shifting paradigms: placing Australian Indigenous educational endeavours on new footings (16 October 2018)

Presented by Professor Robert Tierney and Professor Robert Morgan will speak on shifting the culture and educational futures of Indigenous students through a seismic shift across multiple layers (institutionalized policies, historic practices, cultural mores and professional as well as personal and sometimes familiar relationships with community members, educational administrators, educators, parents and students).

Please note that the timing for this event has been amended and will now commence at 1:30pm tomorrow, 16th October 2018.

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If you wish to be advised of future events please email uc-ciri@canberra.edu.au with a request to be placed on our invitation list.


The University of Canberra Acknowledges the Ngunnawal People as the traditional custodians of the land on which our University stands. We are proud to support and work with our local, regional and national Indigenous People.