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Culture Celebrated at NT Graduation

The Djilpin Arts dancers at the Batchelor Graduation Ceremony 2017   The achievements of students from the Batchelor Institute of Indigenous Tertiary Education were celebrated at the year’s largest graduation ceremony on June 15th 2017. 313 individual graduates had 350 awar
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Higher Degree Masterclass Comes to Batchelor

  The Office of Elder Academic and Cultural Leadership (OEACL) offers seminars that merge academic disciplines with cultural engagement to reflect and capture the essence of the Batchelor Institute experience and ideology. As a part of this year’s seminar series, OEACL rece
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Leading Researchers Converge in Central Australia

Barbara Napanangka Martin from Yuendumu School speaking at Knowledge Intersections   Prominent researchers and academics gathered at the Desert Peoples Centre in Alice Springs to highlight and share the innovative and ground-breaking research coming out of central Australia. Batc
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Lecturer Joins Ranks of Batchelor Institute Academics

Batchelor Institute creative writing lecturer Sam Carmody has recently completed his doctoral thesis, joining the ranks of academics in the Batchelor Institute’s Higher Education division. His thesis on Western Australian literature was recommended by examiners for a prestigious
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Research Helping Educators Work in Remote Indigenous Communities

  A booklet developed by Batchelor Institute research student Rebekah Farmer and adjunct Lyn Fasoli, titled You’re in New Country, has recently been reviewed by the Evaluation Journal of Australia. This esteemed journal publishes articles of professional merit and provides the op
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Next Wave of Indigenous Scholars & Academic Leaders Meet in Alice Springs

Left to right Batchelor Institute academics Dr Stephen Hagan (Kullilli), Dr Sue Stanton (Kungarakan) with invited guest speakers Dr Christine Fejo-King (Larrakia) and Professor Barry Judd (Pitjanjatjara)   Despite historically being underrepresented in higher education, Aborigina
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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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Jeanie Bell honoured at NAIDOC reception

Thirty one years after forming an organisation dedicated to the preservation and revitalisation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, a group of Elders was honoured in an event at Government House in Canberra on Friday the 6th July. The reception was organised by the Eas
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Listen You Women, Your Breasts Are Precious

  Dawn Ross, Family Wellbeing Coordinator, Faculty Health Business and Science at Batchelor Institute was one of a group of women who helped develop this DVD for the purpose of education around breast cancer awareness for remote Aboriginal women. These women came from the Arrernt
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PhD Candidate awarded an Australia Council Fellowship

  Jenny Fraser, who is currently a PhD Candidate at Batchelor Institute, has been awarded an Australia Council Fellowship at the 5th National Indigenous Arts Award held at the Sydney Opera House, May 27, 2012. Presented by the Australia Council’s Aboriginal and Torres Strai
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