Category: Walanga Muru

Mudang-Dali Indigenous Connected Curriculum Panel

An invitation to all staff to the Mudang-Dali Indigenous Connected Curriculum Panel on 6 June 2023.

/ 25 May, 2023

Indigenous learning and teaching: Building innovative scholarship and excellence

Showcasing a diversity of ideas and approaches to embedding Indigenous content across units and courses

/ 20 May, 2022

Inclusivity and the significance of Indigenous Knowledges for students

Dr Michael Donovan highlights the unique value that Indigenous Knowledges can contribute to the curriculum.

/ 8 April, 2022

Indigenous learning and teaching grants now available!

Apply today to build on the good practice related to embedding Indigenous knowledge and perspectives in the curriculum.

/ 17 March, 2022

Resources for embedding Indigenous perspectives in your unit

Find and share Indigenous resources in this Connected Literacies community iLearn unit

/ 9 July, 2020
Photo of iPhone showing Walking Darug Country app

Walking Darug Country app: Explore MQ’s Aboriginal cultural landmarks

The ‘Walking on Darug Country’ app is a guide to the cultural landmarks and areas of cultural significance to Aboriginal peoples that are scattered throughout Macquarie University.

/ 9 September, 2019

Making Connections Through Academic Mentoring

Macquarie academics support students from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds to navigate university and feel more connected at university.

/ 19 June, 2019

We never forget good teachers!

When you spend 30 minutes with Dr Liz Schroeder, it’s easy to see why students nominated her for a 2018 VC teaching award for ’significant contribution to the quality of student learning‘.

/ 21 March, 2019
Walanga Muru artwork, Black Snapper

Aboriginal Cultural Safety Training – A Learning & Teaching Exchange

Walanga Muru’s Aboriginal Cultural Safety Training was launched last week, as part of NAIDOC Week Celebrations, at a enthusiastically-attended Learning and Teaching Exchange event. We heard from several members of the community about what cultural safety means to them.

/ 25 July, 2018