News and Community Events
As a University, we are reflecting on the meaningful action we can take and the change we can influence as part of our reconciliation journey.
As part of National Reconciliation Week, a new portrait has been unveiled in the Barr Smith Library of Uncle Rodney (Rod) O’Brien, respected Kaurna Elder and Cultural Advisor at the University of Adelaide.
NAIDOC Week is an opportunity for all Australians to come together to celebrate the rich history, diverse cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the oldest continuing cultures on the planet.
Australian Book Review is pleased to offer the ABR Indigenous Fellowship, worth a total of $10,000. This Fellowship – generously funded by the ABR Patrons – is intended to generate vibrant new non-fiction journalism by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander writer.
In celebration of NAIDOC Week, the University of Adelaide has partnered with our neighbours at the South Australian Museum to provide students and staff with the opportunity to learn more about our nation's Indigenous Cultures.
Over the past couple weeks you would have seen emails from Wirltu Yarlu regarding Sonia. Sonia Online is a placement allocation software used by The University of Adelaide, and is now the administration hub for the Wirltu Yarlu Academic Mentoring Program (WYAMP).