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Indigenous Academic Support News

Details:

Title

Indigenous Academic Support News

Other title

Indigenous Academic Support Unit

Collection

Indigenous Academic Support Newsletter; E-Journals; PublicationNT

Date

2009-09-01

Description

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Notes

Date:2009-09

Language

English

Subject

Aboriginal Australians -- Education (Higher) -- Northern Territory -- Periodicals; Aboriginal Australians -- Education -- Research -- Periodicals

Publisher name

Charles Darwin University

Place of publication

Darwin

Volume

issue 19

Copyright owner

Check within Publication or with content Publisher.

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/213540

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/715062

Page content

16 ISSUE 10 | November/December 200816 Gurinbey at Casuarina campus The Indigenous Academic Support area is located at Blue 2 and includes a range of staff offices and facilities for students. Contact Reception on 8946 7413. Duwun at Palmerston campus Indigenous Academic Support at the Palmerston campus is located within Administration in Building A. Contact Janetta ODonnell on 8946 6064. Akaltye at Alice Springs campus Indigenous Academic Support is located at rear of the Uni Info Shop. Contact Lorraine St Clair on 8959 5411. Yangan.garr at Katherine Rural campus Indigenous Academic Support is located at the Katherine campus within the Library building. Contact Natalie Ellis on 8973 8348. Tennant Creek campus Indigenous Academic Support is located at the Tennant Creek campus. Contact Chris Rothery on 8962 0704. Nhulunbuy campus Indigenous Academic Support is located at the Nhulunbuy campus. Contact Emanuele Tausinga on 8986 8600. cdUS commITmENT To INdIgENoUS EdUcaTIoN The Charles Darwin University Indigenous Peoples Policy provides the framework to manage activities that impact upon the Indigenous community of the Northern Territory. Given the unique demography of the jurisdiction, with nearly 30% of its population being Indigenous, and the future likelihood of an even higher proportion, the Universitys engagement with the Indigenous community is a vital component of the economic and social development of the Northern Territory. This policy recognises the culture, history, uniqueness and diversity of the Indigenous community and commits to forging mutually beneficial relationships with the Indigenous community, built upon a foundation of trust and respect. CDU has a commitment to creating an organisational culture and environment conducive to Indigenous engagement and this includes: The establishment of the Indigenous Academic Support Unit. The appointment of a Pro Vice Chancellor Indigenous Leadership with specific responsibilities across the whole institution. An Indigenous Employment policy. A School of Australian Indigenous Knowledge Systems dedicated to fostering and promoting research in Indigenous knowledge. Flexible teaching methodologies that cater for remote and rural communities. Teaching Yolngu Matha language at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Regional and External students Students living in the northern region of the NT or in other Australian states should contact the Gurinbey staff at Casuarina campus. Students living in the southern region of the NT should contact the Akaltye staff at Alice Springs campus. To subscribe to the Indigenous Academic Support newsletter, please email IASUReception@cdu.edu.au to receive our monthly newsletter via email. General Enquiries Charles Darwin University Gurinbey Blue, 2, Casuarina campus Casuarina NT 0909 Phone: 08 8946 7413 Fax: 08 8946 6064 Email: IASUReception@cdu.edu.au Website: www.cdu.edu.au/iasu coNTacT US for fUrTHEr INformaTIoN http://www.cdu.edu.au/iasu


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