Indigenous research, engagement, education and reconciliation

ANU students outside the Tjabal Indigenous Higher Education Centre

The ANU College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS) seeks to demonstrate the The Australian National University's commitment to embedding Indigenous perspectives and knowledges in research, engagement and education, together with its aspirations for transformative reconciliation.

Education

Indigenous Australian Graduate Coursework Scholarship Each semester, CASS offers the Indigenous Australian Graduate Coursework Scholarship to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students undertaking a Masters or Masters (Advanced) coursework program offered by the college. Successful...

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Research

Indigenous research is a critical strength of the ANU College of the Arts and Social Sciences (CASS). CASS supports research that is led by First Nations researchers or produced in partnership with First Nations peoples and organisations. A key focus for CASS is producing research that benefits...

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Engagement

Engagement is a foundational principle for several CASS research, teaching and outreach initiatives. CASS is committed to strengthening community engagement with First Nations peoples, communities and organisations through a range of public events and research and teaching practices. For example,...

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CASS Reconciliation Action Plan

CASS is proud of the commitment that staff and students have made towards the ANU Reconciliation Action Plan in 2018 and 2019. There are a number of projects within the College that are designed to assist in the implementation of the RAP, and there are many exciting initiatives underway....

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Updated:  2 July 2021/Responsible Officer:  CASS Marketing & Communications/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications