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Batchelor Institute a Finalist for Australian Training Awards

Batchelor Institute staff Paul Tolley, Kim Davis, Isabel Osuna-Gatty, Gary Haslett, Deputy CEO Dorothy Morrison, CEO Robert Somerville AM and NT Treasurer Nicole Manison MLA after winning the NT Training Provider of the Year   Batchelor Institute for Indigenous Tertiary Education
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Alice Springs Graduation

Drum Atweme leading in the academic procession   On Friday the 16th September Batchelor Institute celebrated the graduation of 149 students across a range of disciplines. Students from Alice Springs, Yuendumu, Hermannsburg and a range of communities across the Northern Territory
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Interview with PhD Candidate Delvene Cockatoo-Collins

Artist and Batchelor Institute PhD Candidate Delvene Cockatoo-Collins   Living on Minjerribah North Stradbroke Island, Delvene Cockatoo-Collins is a Nunukul, Ngugi and Goenpul woman of Quandamooka Country. Currently undertaking a PhD in Indigenous Perspectives at Batchelor Instit
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Batchelor Institute Named NT Training Provider Of The Year

Deputy Chief Minister Mrs Nicole Manison joins  Batchelor Institute staff for a photo just after winning Training Provider of The Year   Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education has taken out some of the Territory’s most prestigious education awards this year. The NT
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Batchelor Institute a Frontrunner at NT Training Awards

This year’s NT Training Awards highlights the incredible work of Batchelor Institute staff and students, as well as spotlighting the organisation’s groundbreaking and celebrated partnerships. In particular, these nominations showcase the hard work, perseverance and aspirations of stud
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Program Results in Record Attendance at Wadeye School

RSAS team L-R back row; Marie Mullumbuk, Janie Murielle, Wendy Jabinee & Brigid Larri. L-R front row; Loretta Mills, Maree Parry, Paula Smiler & Christine Parmbuk.   Batchelor Institute’s Remote School Attendance Strategy (RSAS) team has assisted in achieving a reco
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BIITE Lecturer Reaches New Literary Heights

Batchelor Institute Lecturer Samuel Carmody recently celebrated the launch of his book The Windy Season   Batchelor Institute lecturer Samuel Carmody has just launched his debut novel The Windy Season nationwide. Carmody, who has been teaching the Diploma in Creative and Indigeno
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Visual Arts Students Take On National Art Fair

Batchelor Insitute Visual Arts Lecturer Brigida Stewart with Model Magnolia Maymuru   The work of visual arts students from Batchelor Institute was showcased at the Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair. The From Country To Couture fashion parade featured 20 unique designs from students in
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Forum Highlights Importance of First Nations Language Centres

L-R Front: Leonie Palmer (Arrernte elder), MK Turner (Arrernte elder), Isaiah Taylor (Maningrida College delegate), Bonaventure Ngarri (Wadeye Language Centre). L-R Back: Cindy Jinmarabynana (Maningrida College delegate), Felicity Hayes (Arrernte traditional owner, for Antulye group),
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Multimedia storytelling documents valuable cultural knowledge

Mer Angenty ‘The place called Angenty’. Painting by April Pengart Campbell. Photographed by Mike Gillam.   New and inventive forms of storytelling are combining traditional knowledge with modern technology. Batchelor Institute and Batchelor Press have been working to present a nu
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