A long and proud history
The University of Newcastle has a long and proud history as an innovator in educational outcomes and employment opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We are also the sector leader of Indigenous student enrolments and employment of Indigenous staff.
We've committed to build on our achievements. In doing so, we will strengthen collaborations and partnerships with Indigenous communities within our regions and beyond.
Leaders in the Reconciliation movement
We are leaders in the Reconciliation movement, and continually strive to provide a culturally responsive environment for our staff, students and community.
We are guided by relationships
We are guided by relationships and through the work of our local Indigenous communities.
The Wollotuka Institute
Committed to the advancement and leadership of Indigenous education at a local, national and global level.
The Office of Indigenous Strategy and Leadership
Responsible for driving a whole-of-University approach to Indigenous success.
Thurru Indigenous Health Unit
Providing national leadership in the provision of community responsive Indigenous health education.
Purai Global Indigenous History Centre
Integrating global and transnational analytical perspectives and frameworks with research on Indigenous and diaspora histories and other related histories of race.
Newcastle’s largest reconciliation event Ngarrama returns stronger than ever
Building on two successful years of reflection, the University of Newcastle is proud to welcome the wider community once again to Ngarrama.
Wollotuka Institute celebrates 40 years
The University of Newcastle and our broader communities are proud to mark the 40th anniversary of the esteemed Wollotuka Institute.
University of Newcastle recognised as national leader in supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff
The University of Newcastle’s commitment to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff has been officially recognised, with the University being named the first university in 最精准六合彩资料 to receive a ‘Cygnet Award’ for Indigenous Cultural Competency.
Our University supports a Yes vote in the Voice to Parliament referendum
The University of Newcastle supports an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament.
Team Wollotuka blitz Indigenous Nationals, including award for most promising talent
Almost $3m grant secured for sector-first in Indigenous health research
The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.