The DASSH Network of Associate and Deputy Deans (NOADD) Indigenous Special Interest Group (SIG) provides a forum for promoting Indigenous engagement within the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences in Australasian universities.

The Special Interest Group:

  • Provides an engaged, collegial group to promote knowledge-sharing opportunities and good practice
  • Supports the development of professional skills required for Indigenous leadership roles in the HASS disciplines and broader academia
  • Takes a leadership role in influencing Indigenous public policies as they relate to research and teaching in the HASS disciplines and broader academia
  • Supports and encourages innovation in Indigenous research and teaching in Australasia

More information

Please contact Indigenous SIG Leader, Professor Susan Page or DASSH Executive Officer, Meghan Bergamin.

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The DASSH Network of Associate and Deputy Deans (NOADD) Indigenous Special Interest Group (SIG) provides a forum for promoting Indigenous engagement within the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences in Australasian universities.

David Stobbe / Stobbephoto.ca

The Special Interest Group:

  • Provides an engaged, collegial group to promote knowledge-sharing opportunities and good practice
  • Supports the development of professional skills required for Indigenous leadership roles in the HASS disciplines and broader academia
  • Takes a leadership role in influencing Indigenous public policies as they relate to research and teaching in the HASS disciplines and broader academia
  • Supports and encourages innovation in Indigenous research and teaching in Australasia

More information

Please contact Indigenous SIG Leader, Professor Susan Page or DASSH Executive Officer, Meghan Bergamin.

NOADD Sign In

Network members are invited to send comments or documents to share to the DASSH Executive Officer.

To access Indigenous SIG documents, please sign in.

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