Curing chronic neck pain through virtual reality perception; exploring the link between urban Aboriginal male identity and health and evaluating plant management programs on the Gold Coast. These are just some of the research projects undertaken by 13 Indigenous students as part of the Kungullanji Indigenous Summer Research Symposium. The Symposium, in its second year, […]
To make the prospect of attending university less daunting for regional and remote secondary students, Griffith University is offering a glimpse of the future through the First Peoples Aspirations and Pathways to Health program. The program gives high school students the chance to sample ‘uni life’ through a week’s experience on campus.
Partnerships providing access to dedicated services for First Peoples’ health.
Griffith University has made great strides towards Australia’s goal for equity in health and education for Australia’s First Peoples. Our programs provide support and encouragement for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples already studying, or considering a place at Griffith University.
Most Australians are aware that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are facing a serious health crisis on a scale unseen in other developed countries, so it’s important to check-in to see if we’re on track toward a solution.
The 2016 theme for International Women’s Day was ‘Pledge for Parity’, so Professor Roianne West saw it as perfect timing when she received two awards this year.