National School of Arts Research Seminar Series
Published: Monday 21st November 2016
Staff are invited to attend a seminar by Dr Zuzana Buchowska from Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland on the topic: The Tjabal Centre for Higher Education and its role in the educational experience of Indigenous students at ANU.
This seminar looks at the role which the ANU Tjabal Centre for Higher Education plays in targeting the challenges of transition of Indigenous students at ANU. It looks at the perspectives of nine students enrolled in all three years of undergraduate education as well as graduate programs, and examines the meaning of an Indigenous community at university in the students’ educational experience.
Dr Zuzana Buchowska is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Studies in Culture, Faculty of English, at Adam Mickiewicz University. She specialises in Native American and Indigenous Studies and is a founding coordinator of Adam Mickiewicz University’s Master program specialisation in Australia and New Zealand Studies. She has been a visiting research fellow at the International Forum for US Studies, University of Illinois, and the National Centre for Indigenous Studies, ANU.
When: Monday 12 December, 11am AEDT (10am Brisbane)
Videoconference dial-in code: 6133186
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Mary Glowrey Building Videoconference Room 4.18 (Melbourne)
Meeting Room CB1.104vd (Ballarat)
Meeting Room TC.19vd (Brisbane)
Meeting Room 1.10 (Canberra)
Meeting Room 15.39-40vd (North Sydney)
Meeting Room VC Room 2.45 (Strathfield)
For more information, please contact:
Noah Riseman (Noah.Riseman@acu.edu.au)