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UQ to host first ever Indigenous-led Centre of Excellence

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Published 4 Nov, 2022  ·   3-minute read

UQ will be hosting the first ever Indigenous-led Centre of Excellence, utilising Indigenous knowledges in unique trans-disciplinary, cross-sector designed research.

UQ Provost Aidan Bryne (left) with CoE participants Professor James Ward (UQ), Dr Crystal McKinnon (RMIT), Professor Brendan Hokowhitu (UQ), UQ Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Engagement) Professor Bronwyn Fredericks, and Distinguished Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson (UQ).

The ARC Centre of Excellence for Indigenous Futures aims to transform the life chances of Indigenous Australians and enhance our understanding about the complex nature of intergenerational inequity, working with communities, government agencies and practitioners.

Congratulations to all those involved in the CoE, led by the UQ-based Centre Directorship Team: Professor Brendan Hokowhitu, Distinguished Professor Aileen Moreton-Robinson, Professor Bronwyn Fredericks and Professor James Ward.

More details are available via the ARC.

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