Nura Gili

Nura Gili Indigenous Award winners

UNSW’s most dedicated Indigenous students have been recognised for their outstanding achievements.

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UNSW's Indigenous Studies PhD, launched in 2018, is designed to provide research training for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and help mentor non-Indigenous candidates.

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The week-long residential program helps students prepare for enrolment in university.

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A new partnership between UNSW and the NSW Waratahs will see access to elite athlete resources and high-performance facilities opened to the university and wider community.

2017 Nura Gili Awards

An impressive list of students were celebrated at the fifth annual UNSW Indigenous Awards presentation night.

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The first Indigenous student accepted into UNSW Medicine’s Honours program intends to pay it forward by mentoring students starting their training to become doctors.

Indigenous Uni Games team

A team of 16 students has represented UNSW at the 21st Indigenous Uni Games, an annual event combining sport and culture.

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Nura Gili, UNSW's Indigenous Programs Unit, and Randwick Rugby joined forces on Saturday to celebrate Indigenous Day with a game against Sydney University.

Murray Island

What does it mean to be an engineer? Four students found the answer in the Torres Strait, as part of an innovative course that is transforming lives. 

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Thanks to knowledge from his elders, La Perouse community’s first indigenous PhD graduate in microbiology, Dr Shane Ingrey, is using modern science to shine a spotlight on the medicinal potential of local plants.

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