Grants and Projects
Bodle K and Hutchings K - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HDR Recruitment and Retention – Phase 2 Data Collection and Writing up.
Hutchings K and Bodle K - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HDR Recruitment and Retention – Phase 1 Systematic Qualitative Literature Review.
Miller A, West R - The Lowitja Institute $15,000 - Roundtable: Future Direction into Ethical Review of Health Research Involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in Queensland.
Bodle, K - A review of the literature: Financial and management accounting practices and reporting requirements in measuring performance of First Nation Social Enterprises.
Matthews C, Nalder G partnered with Queensland Indigenous Education Consultative Committee (QIECC) - Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations (DEEWR) funded project – Provision of independent information about strategies to strengthen parental and community engagement, and to reach out to disengaged parents and community. The research priority was to consult Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander parents. The information and views provided will provide the base to conduct a survey of schools and education providers across Queensland.
Dr Chris Matthews and Professor Keithia Wilson - funded by the Office of Learning and Teaching, DEEWR under the Leadership for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Program - Advancing three strategic priorities in higher education: progressing the national reconciliation agenda; improving the access, participation and retention of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students; and developing the cultural competence of all undergraduate students and academic staff. Griffith University, James Cook University, and Charles Sturt University have partnered in this Institution-wide leadership capacity building and curriculum development process.