The Kambri scholarships help Indigenous Australians come to study at ANU so they can go on to fulfilling careers.
Izayah Davis is one of the University's first Kambri scholars.
Anne Martin is a proud Yuin woman of the NSW South Coast born and raised at La Perouse in Sydney.
COVID-19 has underlined a need for a framework of interpreters and translation services to support Indigenous Australia.
Take a virtual walk along the ANU Indigenous Heritage Trail.
Brian Schmidt talks to Izayah Davis about studying Health Sciences at ANU and education in general.
Professor Schmidt and ANU Council member Peter Yu discuss community, being on ANU Council and reconciliation.
Professor Schmidt talks to Indigenous ANU student Rebecca Beutel about her experiences at the University.
In 2019 Kristi Lee received the Caring for Country award at the ACT NAIDOC Awards.
Listen to the First Nations, first knowledge podcast covering outback tech, cross-cultural relations and AI.
Here are some digital resources geared towards those who wish to participate in National Reconciliation Week.
Tamara Riley is combining her skills as a vet and studies in applied epidemiology to evaluate a program in the NT.
Hmalan Hunter-Xenie’s connection to Country helped her to return to ANU to continue her study 10 years later.
Brooke Roy is the University's first Indigenous apprentice through the ANU Indigenous Apprentice Program.
In November 2019, 12,000 blood samples belonging to Indigenous Australians made their way home to Elcho Island.
2018 Indigenous Alumna of the Year, Megan Davis, is a proud Cobble Cobble Aboriginal woman from the Barrungam nation.
Earlier this year, Wiradjuri woman Dhani Gilbert joined ANU with her sights set on conservation and Indigenous heritage.
ANU recently received extra funding by the Ian Potter Foundation for the University's Mayi Kuwayu research project.
Professor Sally Wheeler OBE provides an update on the College's Plan for Action progress so far and future
At ANU, we are committed to the advancement of Australia's Indigenous peoples.
Published by ANU Press, author John Giacon gives an introduction to Australian Indigenous language, Gamilaraay.
Watch the biographical tribute video to senior Warlpiri leaders, Jerry Patrick Jangala and Henry Cook Jakamarra.
ANU recognises that a diverse campus life means a diversity of talent, skills and cultures.
Host a Reconciliation Film Club screening with friends or work colleagues to ignite conversation and help spark change.
In March, Chief Executive Officer of Djirra, Antoinette Braybook, delivered the 2020 Pamela Denoon Lecture.
Download Reconciliation Australia’s limited edition NRW 2020 posters so you can celebrate in style.
ANU continues to work alongside Indigenous communities across Australia to improve their health and wellbeing.
The ANU College of Science is committed to the ongoing process of reconciliation.
The University’s next Reconciliation Action Plan seeks to refocus the University’s action on key priorities.
ANU shares the goals of Reconciliation Australia: to inspire and enable everyone to contribute to reconciliation.
Dr Gaye Sculthorpe is an experienced museum curator with a long-standing involvement in Indigenous issues.