Yunggorendi First Nations Centre for Higher Education and Research provides a focal point for Indigenous students, encouraging and supporting students’ participation and success in higher education.  Staff of the Centre are also involved in Indigenous research and education at Flinders University as well as being actively involved in communities of practice.


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2015 Yunggorendi Seminars/Events

9/7/15 - Respecting and Celebrating Black Writing and Storytelling presented by Dr Anita Heiss

A NAIDOC Week event co-hosted by Yunggorendi First Nations Centre with the School of Humanities and Creative Arts


27/5/15 - In conversation with artist Brian Robinson, Simone Ulalka Tur, Director, Yunggorendi First Nations Centre and Ali Gumillya Baker, Senior Lecturer, Yunggorendi First Nations Centre will lead the conversation with Brian Robinson in the setting of his exhibition Strait Protean: The Art of Brian Robinson, Flinders University City Gallery


14/4/15 - Indigenous Water Governance and Capacity Buidling: Reflections from the Western United States and South Australia, presented by Prof Daryle Rigney, Assoc Prof Steve Hemming and Prof Barbara Cosens, Flinders Victoria Square



2/6/15 - Professor Marcia Langton presents the 2015 Lowitja O'Donoghue Oration; Freedom Songs: the unfinished business of the 1967 Referendum,presented by The Don Dunstan Foundation, University of Adelaide



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