And why our IGA champions decided to take up their roles...
Indigenous Graduate Attribute
Embedding an Indigenous Graduate Attribute in the design of every UTS course is a significant undertaking in itself, as well as part of the wide-scale learning.futures transformation. Professor Susan Page from the Centre for the Advancement of Indigenous Knowledges (CAIK) reflects on the unique way UTS is approaching this...
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.
“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.
Sarah Jane Jones takes us through the process of a successful collaboration and student showcase between Visual Communications and Sydney Living Museums, and putting the Indigenous Graduate Attribute into practice.
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.
There are so many ways to consider the Indigenous Graduate Attribute when designing your subject. Here's how it worked in Global Cinema...
NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. For NAIDOC week this year, we are inviting you to share the IGA related curriculum you have been working on with the university community.