Bringing reconciliation to life
RMIT’s commitment to reconciliation is what attracted Professor Mark McMillan to become the University’s first Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Indigenous Education and Engagement.
Original Sapphire honoured for work with Indigenous girls’ education
Indigenous education champion and former member of singing group The Sapphires, Lois Peeler AM, has received an honorary doctorate from RMIT University.
Wominjeka! to New Academic Street
Local Wurundjeri Elders have performed a traditional smoking ceremony in the New Academic Street specialist spaces as part of a Wominjeka (welcome) for the new facilities.
Meet the Indigenous Studies team
Meet RMIT’s Indigenous Studies team and learn how you can enhance your degree with Indigenous Specialisation electives.
Indigenous students celebrate next step in their working lives
RMIT University’s Indigenous students have held a special Graduation celebration.
New book connects urban planners to Indigenous communities
A new book revealing the critical role planning plays in delivering land justice for Indigenous peoples will be launched today at RMIT by Wurundjeri Tribe Council Elder, Uncle Bill Nicholson.
Life-changing placements in the Territory
Social work students are working with remote Aboriginal communities as part of an innovative placement program with Northern Territory service providers.
What I learnt about education on a teaching placement in the Kimberley
Bonnie Anderson’s placement at a school in the Kimberley region was a valuable learning experience for everyone involved.
Support for Indigenous entrepreneurs
Artist Glenda Nicholls is one of the first entrepreneurs to reap the rewards of RMIT University’s new Indigenous Business Creation Scholarships.
Indigenous academics celebrate Pacific first
RMIT has co-hosted the first annual conference of the Native American and Indigenous Studies Association ever held in the Pacific.
Unique Indigenous garden brings city’s seven seasons to life
A unique Indigenous landscape and urban design space that illustrates the Kulin Nations’ seven seasons has brought extra colour and life to the heart of RMIT’s City campus.
RMIT launches Reconciliation Action Plan
RMIT celebrated Reconciliation Week by launching its Reconciliation Action Plan and opening a new Indigenous garden on City campus.
Acknowledgement of country
RMIT University acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations as the traditional owners of the land.