Indigenous Knowledge and Students Neglected by Science
An article written by Diana Day has been published in the June edition of the Australasian Science Magazine.
The article can be read [[||here]].
Scholarships and Awards
- Short term post doctorate scholarship at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at the Australian National University awarded to Dennis Foley.
Indigenous Knowledges Conference
Wellington, New Zealand
- Privatisation of Australia's freshwater commons: Implications for Indigenous water culture
Associate Professor Diana Day
- Black and White Science: Why Indigenous Australian students don't do university science'
Associate Professor Diana Day and Claire McLisky (University of Melbourne)
- Indigenous knowledges and university curriculum development
3rd International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities
- A search for a more complex truth in Academic: Indigenous Standpoint Theory'
18th Australian New Zealand Academy of Management Conference
- Do Indigenous Australian Entrepreneurs fit into mainstream society?
Australian Institute of Torres Strait Islander Conference
- Indigenous Standpoint Theory: Why? When? and Who for? at the last November.
Research and Consultancy Projects
- The Koori Centre has just completed an internal research review and study of its use and development of learning journals in undergraduate teaching.
- Diana Day has completed her consultancy report Opportunities for using Aboriginal water property for economic development and cultural heritage protections in NSW for the NSW Department of Aboriginal Affairs.
- Peter Minter has been invited to the editorial board of the Macquarie Pen Anthology of Australian Literature and the Macquarie Pen Anthology of Australian Aboriginal Literature. He has been made an Honorary Associate of the Centre for the Macquarie Pen Anthology of Australian Literature, and is a co-applicant for an ARC Linkage Grant as part of that project.
- Dennis Foley has recently successfully submitted his PhD on Aboriginal Entrepreneurship to the University of Queensland.
- The Koori Centre has 4 academic staff with doctorates and a further 7 academic staff undertaking postgraduate research theses. Of these candidates, four will submit their theses over the next 12 months.