For generations, the University Cup has defined both UC Stars FC and ANU FC, with each club giving their all annually to win the tournament. After both universities finished level on points last year, it was all up for grabs in 2022.Continue readingA festival of football at the University Cup
Launched: 28 February, 2010.
Put to rest: 8 November, 2021.
Well, those dates aren’t strictly correct. While the final, WordPress-powered incarnation of NowUC was indeed launched in 2010, the publication has actually been around since 2003.Continue readingVale NowUC
In this episode, we continue to explore UC’s Indigenising the Curriculum Framework, which aims to increase Indigenous content at UC by embedding Indigenous Ways of Knowing into all courses. For more information about the Framework, check out Episode 10’s interview with Marina Martiniello. For this episode, we surveyed Indigenous students at UC and asked about their experiences with the Framework. We then spoke with Jenaya Gibbs-Muir, an Indigenous student at UC, and discussed our survey results with her.Continue readingListening to First Nations Voices – episode 11
In this episode of the Listening to First Nations Voices podcast, we speak to Marina Martinello who is in charge of the Indigenising the Curriculum Framework at UC. The Indigenising the Curriculum Framework aims to embed Indigenous Ways of Knowing across all Courses and Units at UC. Marina talks about the program and its implementation, and her hopes for its future.Continue readingListening to First Nations Voices – episode 10
In this episode, we present the opinions of young Indigenous Australians who are all users of social media to gain an understanding of how social media can be used to contextualise the BLM movement in Australian society. In particular, we asked how they perceived societal dynamics and if they are an accurate reflection of the Australian community.Continue readingListening to First Nations Voices – episode 9
In this episode, we explore the creation and implementation of the Ngunnawal gardens at the University of Canberra, and learn about native plants, traditionally used by the Ngunnawal people. The garden was created with the help of Adam Shipp; an Indigenous plant expert; Aunty Ros, the elder in residence at UC; Rich Allen, an Indigenous artist; as well as Valerie Caron and Will Higgisson, who were both working at UC and helped during the garden’s inception. For this edition of the podcast Aleara Pearce interviewed Valarie and Will over the phone.Continue readingListening to First Nations Voices – episode 7
This episode features Ashley Harrison and Wendy Somerville who teach into the recently introduced Indigenous Minor at the University of Canberra. This edition of the podcast, which is presented in two parts, was facilitated by Aleara Pearce.Continue readingListening to First Nations Voices – episode 6
This episode features Wendy Sommerville who is a lecturer of Indigenous issues and an academic at the University of Canberra. She talks about where she’s from, her people and other topics.Continue readingListening to First Nations Voices – episode 3
In this episode we speak with Professor Peter Radoll who is the Dean of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership and Strategy at the University of Canberra. He talks about where he came from, his experiences as an Indigenous person, and his role at the University of Canberra.Continue readingListening to First Nations Voices – episode 2