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ICES'15 Powerpoint Presentations and Videos of Welcome, Keynote and Summary Sessions

Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues

  • The Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues (JAII) is a quality interdisciplinary academic journal publishing refereed articles in all areas of Australian Indigenous Studies, formed in 1998.
  • Website

AIME Mentoring

  • AIME is a dynamic educational program that is proven to support Indigenous students through high school and into university, employment or further education at the same rate as all Australian students. AIME gives Indigenous students the skills, opportunities, belief and confidence to grow and succeed.
  • UniSA AIME Mentors will make up our team of volunteers on the day of the Symposium. You will be able to spot them with their very distinctive T-shirts and hoodies.
  • Australian website - http://aimementoring.com
  • UniSA website - http://www.unisa.edu.au/Study-at-UniSA/UniSA-College/AIME-mentoring/

Marra Dreaming

  • Website - http://www.marradreaming.com.au/
  • Marra Dreaming artist Samantha Snow created the artwork Different Journeys for the Symposium.
  • Different Journeys - "The circles in the centre symbolize a meeting place. The people sitting around the circles represent people/communities. The paths leading out with footprints symbolize the various paths people take in their lives. Everyone's journey is different but we all need to support and help each other to sustain a strong culture and live happier and healthier lives."

Wattlebush Catering

  • Email - wattlebushcatering@gmail.com
  • Katherine Vidulich of Wattlebush Catering will sustain us during the day of the Symposium, delivering delicious offerings with flavours of wattleseed, quandong, saltbush, lemon myrtle, macadamia, pepperberry and bush herbs.

Excellence & Equity in Maths

  • The Excellence & Equity [xe] project, designed to support Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander study & career opportunities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics [STEM]
  • Website - http://xe.edu.au/

National Symposium for the Role of Aboriginal Knowledges in Higher Education (AKinHE) in the 21st Century

  • Event date - 19 June 2015
  • Event location - Nathan Campus, Griffith University, Queensland
  • Website - http://www.akinhe.edu.au/

NIRAKN & NATSIHEC International Indigenous Research Conference

Engagement at the Interface - Indigenous Pathways and Transitions into Higher Education

UniSA Indigenous Content in STEM Symposium 2014

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