The ANU Rural Medical Society held their annual Close the Gap Day ceremony last month to raise awareness for Indigenous health issues.
ANU Australian Research Council Fellow named 2013 Calibre Prize winner for essay on stolen bones returned to their righful home in Arnhem Land.
One of the world’s most ancient languages is being brought into the digital age through the development of the first phone app for an Australian Indigenous language.
Bhiamie Williamson and Laura Rademaker have been announced as this year’s winners of the Vice-Chancellor’s Student Awards for Reconciliation.
The ANU Indigenous Health Interest Group (IHIG) hosted a training event on Monday 15 October to assist staff and students in building culturally safe environments for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians engaged in research.
Professor Bill Gammage has won Australia’s largest literary award, the $100,000 Victorian Prize for Literature.
A new book being launched this week challenges policymakers to re-imagine the role of Indigenous people and practices in managing Australia’s environment in the 21st century.
An exhibition developed by ANU husband-and-wife team Drs Malcolm Allbrook and Mary Anne Jebb that tells the stories of the Gascoyne’s Aboriginal people in their own words has won a major Museums Australia award.