Indigenous education and Sydney University

by Susan Murray - Published on: 26 August 2010
Categories: Uncategorized
Published on: 26 August 2010

Taking Our Place

Taking Our Place explores the creation, in 1975, of the Aboriginal Teachers Aides program which as Linda Burney says, ‘was a groundbreaking program, [as] it opened up universities for Aboriginal people’. Even though this program was ultimately absorbed into the TAFE system, its success provided the catalyst for the creation of the Aboriginal Education Centre (AEC), renamed the Koori Centre in 1992. Today, with its own research and teaching capability the Koori Centre is crucial in offering support to an increasing number of Indigenous students undertaking mainstream degrees at the university. It also provides a focal point for non-Indigenous students wishing to broaden their knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal history and culture.

See our Blog post at Sydney Publishing

Taking Our Place: Aboriginal Education and the Story of the Koori Centre at the University of Sydney by John Cleverley and Janet Mooney

 

Student writing inspires and delights

by Gaith Bader - Published on: 29 October 2007
Categories: New releases
Published on: 29 October 2007

Book cover -  Threads: University of Sydney Anthology 2007 An anthology of student work, Threads, was launched at Gleebooks this week. Threads was developed as a practical component of the University’s new Masters of Publishing program. Essays, short stories and poetry were submitted to the student editorial team, who selected, edited, typeset and designed the book. Dr Elizabeth Webby, who attended the launch, remarked that she was impressed with the quality of the writing.
Threads: University of Sydney Anthology

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