An Edith Cowan University researcher has completed his PhD thesis on the study of resilience in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university students.
For Bryce Bevan, a childhood adoration of horses coupled with relentless devotion has seen him win an exclusive scholarship.
Originally a graduate of a Bachelor of Science, Lee Vocale lacked direction and wasn’t applying himself. It was his dad who got him back on track.
With the help of a prestigious scholarship, Tamara’s pursuing a master’s degree at one of the most esteemed schools in the world.
Sixty Year 9 and 10 students from the Gladstone and Moreton Bay regions will get a taste of university life this week
Marnee Shay, 31, is believed to be the first Aboriginal recipient of the USC Chancellor’s Medal
The Indigenous Australian Government Development Programme aims to increase the representation of Indigenous Australians working in government
Sadie Heckenberg will be jetting off to Hawaii for 10 months after winning herself the 2014 Fulbright Scholarship
Lucinda Stewart is a selfless person, with a goal of one day working within the legal system
Markeeta Douglas: “most outstanding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student in Australia”
Seventeen year old Darwin High School student Daniel Hamilton has recently been accepted into Bond University on a scholarship
Bradley Moggridge has been working on a four year initiative to involve Aboriginal communities in water planning and management
Charles Sturt University (CSU) will offer a new Graduate Certificate in Wiradjuri Language
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students have gotten a real world insight into the opportunities available at university.
Four talented young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people have been awarded scholarships to study overseas.
Aboriginal women at Dillwynia’s correctional centre on Sydney’s outskirts have been inspired by a new educational literacy project named ‘Garabara’. This project engages Aboriginal women to become involved in Tafe communication courses offered at the centre through cultural music. The growing group gets together to listen, study and review Aboriginal artists featured on Triple J’s […]
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