Dean Indigenous Strategy and Engagement
Office of the Vice-Chancellor
Daryle Rigney, a citizen of the Ngarrindjeri Nation, is Dean of Indigenous Strategy and Engagement at Flinders University and an Affiliated Faculty member of the James E. Roger College of Law, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program, University of Arizona.
Bachelor of Education (Secondary Physical Education)
Master of Education (Curriculum Leadership)
Indigenous Law and Policy Program, University of Arizona
Professor Rigney's research interests include, from an Indigenous perspective, Indigenous governance and nation building, higher education, curriculum and policy, cultural heritage and property protection, natural resource management and local, national and global Indigenous engagement and collaboration.
Daryle chairs Ngarrindjeri Enterprises Pty Ltd (NEPL), the economic development compnay of the Ngarrindjeri Regional Authority (NRA), co-chairs the NRA's Research, Policy and Planning Unit, co-chairs the United League of Indigenous Nations (ULIN) and is a Director of the Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI).