Nura Gili undertakes research work of interest to Australian Indigenous people and supports research students with challenging Australian Indigenous topics. We strive for the standard of research work that contributes to the University’s goal of being a peer of the best in the world in research performance. Our focus on community engagement and contemporary issues draws expertise from across the university campus and enables very strong research teams to be established for each of our projects.
Particular research strengths at Nura Gili include:
- Indigenous Studies
- Indigenous Education
- Cultural Studies
- Museum Studies
Current Research with Nura Gili Involvement:
The UNSW Scientia PhD Scholarship Scheme is a cornerstone of the UNSW 2025 Strategy, and aims to attract new PhD scholars to undertake projects in strategic research areas. 125 Scholarships are available this year, with five targeted at Indigenous students. Nura Gili, in collaboration with scholars from the faculties of Engineering, Science, Law and Arts and Social Sciences are currently advertising four scholarships for specified project areas. If you would like more information on these specific projects or more information about the Scientia PhD Scholarship scheme, please click here.