Indigenous Success: Doing it, Thinking it, Being it

Hosted by Dr Katelyn Barney and Professor Tracey Bunda, this podcast series focuses on ‘what works’ in outreach programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander school students. Each episode is an interview with an Indigenous staff member or university student about aspects of effective outreach programs.

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Episodes

Friday Jul 01, 2022

Raqual Nutley and Robyn Donnelly discuss what The University of Queensland outreach and engagement team in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit are doing to improve post-engagement with students beyond attending an outreach camp. You can view the transcript of the interview here.

Thursday Jun 02, 2022

Mitchell Odegaard discusses the benefits of attending multiple outreach programs while at school and how the programs assisting him in his pathway into university. You can view the transcript for the interview here.

Monday May 02, 2022

Prof Gawaian Bodkin-Andrews discusses how outreach practitioners might work with researchers and the importance of centring Indigenous standpoints. You can view the transcript for the interview here.

Friday Apr 01, 2022

Alyssa Armstrong discusses her experiences participating in an outreach program over multiple years during high school and the benefits of this in building connections, self-confidence and a strong sense of self. You can view the transcript of the interview here.  

Tuesday Mar 01, 2022

Lydia Bissett discusses the pivot to online outreach programs during COVID-19 at Swinburne University of Technology and the benefits of remote outreach programs. You can view the transcript for the interview here.

Tuesday Feb 01, 2022

Hope Perkins discusses how Indigenous perspectives are included in the curriculum of an outreach program at The University of Melbourne. You can view the transcript for the interview here.

Wednesday Dec 01, 2021

Olivia Williams, a student ambassador on outreach programs and honours student at The University of Melbourne, discusses her experiences as a high school student on outreach programs and then later a student ambassador on outreach programs for Indigenous students. You can view the transcript for the interview here.  

Monday Nov 01, 2021

Chris Miller discusses how Western Sydney University are including cultural aspects into outreach programs for Indigenous students in years 7-9 and primary school. You can view the transcript for the interview here.

Friday Sep 24, 2021

Professor Maria Raciti discusses why evaluation of outreach programs is so important and gives tips for outreach practitioners about evaluating their programs. You can view the transcript of the interview here.

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About the podcast

This series is part of a suite of resources developed as part of Dr Katelyn Barney's Equity Fellowship conducted under the National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education (NCSEHE) Equity Fellows Program, funded by the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment.

It focuses on success factors that are based on key findings from the fellowship.

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