Associate Professor Asmi Wood from the ANU College of Law has been awarded Principal Fellowship of the Higher Education.
A ground-breaking map on Aboriginal languages, produced in 1966 is celebrating its 50th anniversary.
Masters student Jodie Dowd was the first Indigenous Australian to intern a museum collection in the US.
A PhD student has helped launch a bilingual book at Kirkalocka Station, about 350km east of Geraldton in WA.
Do cultural factors affect the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities? Dr Raymond Lovett thinks so.
An ANU Archives exhibition uses records to look at the myths around the 67 referendum and what the changes meant.
50 years after the 1967 referendum, experts examine the issues of sovereignty, reconciliation and constitutional change.
Budding curator Georgia Mokak says her design for ANU Reconcilation Week challenges stereotypes around Aboriginal art.
The Hon. Linda Burney MP reflects on 50 years since the 1967 Referendum to support the call for constitutional reform.
Take a walk with Wally Bell to get a better understanding of how Aboriginal people have used the campus for years.
2017 Young Indigenous Alumni of the Year Robbie Williams talks about his passion for preserving Indigenous heritage.
2017 Indigenous Alumni of the Year talks about her long-standing involvement in Indigenous issues.
Dave Johnston was one of the first Indigenous Australians to gain a degree in archaeology.
Learn about the grant Dr Christopher Sainsbury won to help promote the work of Indigenous composers in Australia.
During an internship in the NT, Bonnie McLean developed a digital solution to help locals learn their languages.
How did half a century of research into Aboriginal outstations land an ANU academic in the centre of a political debate?
Teenagers spend a lot of time on computer games, but few computer games draw on Indigenous languages and cultures.
Ten of the 30 places in the Doctor of Medicine and Surgery program are reserved for rural and Indigenous students.
ANU graduate aims close the gap on health and life expectancy between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
As white Australia started its reconciliation with Indigenous Australians, the Federal Government turned to ANU.
Reconciling visions of Indigenous economic development helps us understand how societies interact in Australia.
ANU academic Dr John Giacon has won the Patji-Dawes award, Australia's premier award for language teaching.
A major study into Indigenous health has found programs and policies should target children as young as three.
Meet Karlie, a first-year student interested in making connections between Astronomy and her Indigenous heritage.
Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd recently used a landmark speech at ANU to call for greater commitment to Close the Gap.
Indigenous school students with a passion for science and engineering were recently given a taste of university life.
ANU has received more than $16 million in funding for projects including improving the health of Indigenous Australians.
Researchers have called for an urgent rethink of the Federal Government's Community Development Programme.
Benjamin Gill was recently acknowledged for his outstanding contribution to advancing reconciliation at ANU.
Transcript of Canada's first Indigenous Justice Minister and Attorney-General delivering the ANU Reconciliation
has revealed rates of avoidable hospitalisations among Aboriginal children are too high.
Two projects involving ANU were recently recognised for work involving maintaining and interpreting heritage values.
ANU will lead a two-year project to produce a second edition of the Macquarie Atlas of Indigenous Australia.
ANU is contributing to the national reconciliation process and the aspirations of local Indigenous communities.
Professor Mick Dodson AM is a member of the Yawuru peoples – the traditional owners of land and waters in Broome, WA.