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Dr Bronwyn Rossingh

Adjunct Research Fellow
Indigenous Livelihoods

  • Name: Dr Bronwyn Rossingh
    Position: Adjunct Research Fellow
    Research Focus: Indigenous Livelihoods

    Phone: 0401 118 414
    Dr Bronwyn Rossingh was appointed as Adjunct Research Professor in 2015.
  • Dr Bronwyn Rossingh’s experience working with and for Aboriginal organisations and communities in WA and the NT extends over 25 years.

    Her current position is a Community Engagement Leader for CDU working in two NT remote communities seeking ways to improve and strengthen education pathways towards higher education.

    Bronwyn aims to encourage and support Indigenous people to drive research and other projects in accordance with their own vision and aspirations. Projects undertaken include, understanding culture legitimate accountability; Indigenous youth leadership through skin group culture; empowerment of Indigenous women through financial literacy; community engagement research methodologies; building strong governance and business foundations for not-for-profit organisations; enabling opportunities for Indigenous art and culture funding; and inspiring young Indigenous and non-Indigenous school students to consider university.

    Her experience also includes developing program and evaluative models, writing papers and journal articles as well as presenting reports and papers at International, national and local conferences and other forums.

    Bronwyn is an Assistant Editor for the Australasian Evaluation Journal and a Reviewer for the AlterNative International Journal of Indigenous Peoples.

    Current Joint Supervision

    On Supervisor Panel for Batchelor Institute PhD student - Helen Bishop