We have close relationships with Indigenous communities through partnerships, events and a number of campuses located in rural areas.
The ANU College of Health & Medicine and ANU College of Science established a fund to facilitate academic staff mobility in visiting various Indigenous communities and schools.
The ANU College of Health & Medicine and the ANU College of Science offer Indigenous students the opportunity to take on a one-or two-year traineeship. The trainees will work in a specific function within Science Administration for four days a week and spend one day a week training, with the aim of building a career-path to full-time work at ANU as a professional staff member.
The ANU College of Health & Medicine and the ANU College of Science offer academics a grant to develop courses with an indigenous focus or that include indigenous perspectives.
Relationships with rural communities
The Kioloa Coastal Campus is located on the south coast of New South Wales adjacent to the village of Kioloa, on country for which the Murramarang people have been custodians for thousands of generations and on which they have performed age-old ceremonies of celebration, initiation and renewal.
The ANU Medical School conducts teaching at many sites throughout the ACT, the south east region of NSW and in remote Northern Territory.
The Siding Spring Observatory, on the edge of the Warrumbungle National Park near Coonabarabran, NSW, is Australia's premier optical and infrared astronomical observatory.