News and Upcoming Events
The Murdoch University website hosts a site with many more Kulbardi-related articles.
NAIDOC Week: Challenging the Sacred
Key Note Speaker - Steven Oliver, ABC Black Comedy
Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre invites you, and your friends and family, to attend our NAIDOC event at Murdoch University. Join us as we challenge the sacred and embark on a journey to understand what it means to be a part of a truly ancient culture in 21st century Australia.
When: 9 July 2015, 6.00pm – 9.00pm
The evening promises to be a wonderful night with drinks and delicious Indigenous inspired canapés, as well as a performance by talented musicians Lucy Peach and Murdoch student Jacob Wehr-Murphy. Ingrid Cumming and our two student essay winners will also be speaking on the night, as we challenge the sacred and explore what it means to be Aboriginal in the 21st century.
Friends and Family Welcome!
The Kulbardi Team.
Celebrate 40 years of Indigenous Excellence
Murdoch University Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre, The Reconciliation Action Plan Committee and the Office of Alumni Relations invites our Indigenous Alumni & Indigenous Staff to Save the Date for our upcoming Celebration of 40 years of Indigenous Excellence at Murdoch University and the launch of the new Reconciliation Action Plan.
Date: Thursday 28 May 2015
Please help us spread the word by forwarding to any Murdoch University alumni you may know and encouraging them to update their contact details. Official invitations and RSVP instructions will be sent soon so keep an eye on your email inbox.
Professor Rhonda Marriott
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Alumni profile: Kimberley roots a career boost for filmmaker
Deadly Dreaming: Youth Event for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students
Call to Action on Women-Centred Care: Vulnerable Communities and the Millennium Development Goals
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Kulbardi helps nursing student take to the air
Cultural Awareness Program conducted by Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre
Murdoch student pens children’s book on Aboriginal culture