The aMBUSH Gallery's inaugural exhibition features works from contemporary first nations artists.
Through its work, ANU seeks to demonstrate the University's commitment to Indigenous Australians.
Applications for the Semester 2, 2019 ANU Indigenous coursework scholarships are open from 20 May to 26 June.
PhD Scholar Talia Avrahamzon received the Joan Uhr prize for strengthening ties between ANU and the public service.
A gift of 120 Indigenous artworks to ANU features huge, stunning canvases.
A special screening of Occupation: Native, an inspired satire that bites back at Australian history.
An ANU study into plugging gaps in health data of Indigenous peoples may prove connection to culture is beneficial.
In 2018 Amanda Stuart and Amelia Zaraftis received an award for their work in the Balawan Elective art course.
A traffic island in the Canberra suburb of Griffith has been heritage listed based on its history.
A new ceramic art exhibition highlights the works and stories of eight artists from remote Indigenous communities.
In the lead up to the 2019 federal election, Professor Tony Dreise gave his thoughts on Indigenous policy in Australia.
ANU and Charles Darwin University have launched a course teaching the endangered Kunwinjku language.
A study has found the critical workforce of Indigenous health workers is not increasing.
A new scholarship that aims to develop the skills of Indigenous public servants was launched in late 2018.
ANU Alumnus Dr Sam Gubicak is providing health services to Indigenous communities in the NT.
Dr Katie Thurber’s research looked at factors promoting the maintenance of healthy weight across the childhood years.
The Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) forms part of the University's conviction to right wrongs of the past.
As part of the 2018 ANU First Nations Forum, this video was created to wrap up this important event.
The Tjabal Indigenous Higher Education Centre provides a meeting place and support-base for students on campus.
NCIS is a leading academic institute for inter-disciplinary research in fields relevant to Indigenous Australians.
The 2019 ANU Grand Challenges scheme will focus on having a positive impact to Indigenous health and wellbeing.
Meet the 2019 Indigenous Alumna of the Year Award who helps Indigenous women access their rights in the community.
2018 Indigenous Alumna of the Year, Megan Davis, is a proud Cobble Cobble Aboriginal woman from the Barrungam nation.
Karliea's journey to ANU and subsequent ventures into neo-burlesque shows she's not afraid of new things!
Rob Williams is passionate about the preservation of Indigenous heritage.
Conserving the nation's Aboriginal heritage is ANU alumnus Dave Johnston's passion.
Professor Marcia Langton FASSA has made a significant contribution to Australian Indigenous studies.