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Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership and Strategy

The University of Canberra acknowledges the Ngunnawal peoples as the traditional custodians of the land upon which the University's main campus sits, and pays respect to all Elders past and present.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Strategic Plan 2017 - 2021

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Aboriginal painting

The Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership & Strategy (OATSILS) provides strategic advice on issues affecting Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples and assists the University to build strong networks and positive community interactions with Indigenous Australians.

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  1. Kim Raysmith

    Supporting diversity via meaningful scholarships

    NAWIC is the latest industry sponsor to support the University of Canberra’s Built Environment Inclusion and Diversity Scholarship.

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  2. UC 4 Yourself 2019

    UC 4 Yourself set to inspire dreams of higher education

    Set to delve into the details of life at the University of Canberra, the three-day program will introduce high school students from rural and regional schools to pathways, opportunities and the real-world experiences of university life.

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  3. UC students

    Good Universities Guide: UC again #1 in ACT for employment and starting salary

    The University of Canberra has again retained the top spot in the ACT for full-time employment and starting salary for graduates, according to the 2020 Good Universities Guide.

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  4. Prof Michelle Lincoln

    Key Thinkers Forum tackling Allied Health Careers heading to Canberra

    The Poche Indigenous Health Network’s latest Key Thinkers Forum is heading to Canberra this week, looking at how to build and support an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander allied health workforce that meets the needs of the community.

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