To celebrate the diversity of the students, staff, and community members of UON, Yak had a chat with Leah Armstrong – Director of the Wollotuka Institute – to learn more about the experiences of Indigenous students at university.
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[…] Perhaps one of the greatest achievements the SFUN results highlighted is the increase in awareness of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture around our campuses. Since 2021, there has been an 11% increase in student awareness through Acknowledgement of Country, as well as a 13% increase in awareness through the Wollotuka Institute. […]