University of Melbourne Magazine

Sarah Lynn Rees wants Australian buildings to better reflect the country’s Indigenous peoples — the Traditional Owners of the land.

An important new exhibition celebrates 65,000 years of Indigenous Australian healing practices through contemporary art.

A chance botanical encounter reveals what the explorers knew long ago: that Australia’s Indigenous people had been cultivating crops well before the first Europeans arrived.

The University has made a record number of offers to interstate and Indigenous students for 2016.

The University is leading a nationwide initiative to vastly improve opportunities for Indigenous engineering students and increase the number of Indigenous engineers working in Australia.

An Australian survey of Indigenous cultural spaces and facilities in urban and regional areas was recently published by a collaborative team led by ABP’s Associate Professor Anoma Pieris and Dr Janet McGaw.

The privilege of caring for dogs among the ochre dust of West Arnhem Land.