The loss of a language is a lot more than just the loss of words. It is also the loss of identity, spirituality, cultural knowledge and values. Using the latest 3D animation technology Indigenous stories and languages come to life – records the past, preserves the present, and protects Indigenous languages and knowledge into the future.
This page on the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences website outlines the activities of the Gukwonderuk Unit, which supports students by providing subject-relevant resources and a student lounge.
The William Cooper Institute supports Indigenous students and staff at Monash University. The institute oversees the development of targeted strategies to increase the participation of Indigenous students across the country, in particular, graduate students and those from regional areas.
In this book, Dr Rani Kerin explores 50 years of Indigenous programs at Monash University. From the Centre for Research into Aboriginal Affairs, established in 1964, through to the University's current study areas and engagement units, this book examines Monash's leadership in both Indigenous studies and community outreach.