Dean, Indigenous Education
Role of the Dean, Indigenous Education
The role of the Dean of Indigenous Education is to provide strategic leadership for the University in relation to the Indigenisation of the University of Adelaide's programs, the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge and perspectives, the promotion of teaching and research in Indigenous studies, the employment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, and engagement with Indigenous communities.
Key responsibilities include:
- Focus strategy development across the whole university in relation to a range of Indigenous education, teaching, research and engagement issues; identification of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander opportunities; facilitation of strategic alliances;
- Development of strategies to increase Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff and student recruitment and outcomes;
- Quality assurance in relation to the provision of services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education, staff and students;
- Provision of support and advice to Faculties to ensure the incorporation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledges, Indigenous student and staff engagement activities as part of their core business.