Nguluway, means 'meeting with each other' in Wiradjuri. This is the title given to Charles Sturt University's Indigenous Australian Staff Conference.
The CSU Nguluway conference is a biennial event that supports the development of all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees. Nguluway provides Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff the opportunity to come together to network, develop strategies to support each other in both our work and cultural lives, and to celebrate our success. The conference comprises of cultural and information sessions that are hosted by guest speakers, and provides staff the opportunity to have a united and direct voice to the leaders of the University.
In 2019, Nguluway will be hosted on the CSU Albury-Wodonga campus, running from 10am Thursday 30th May, and concluding 12:15pm Friday 31st May 2019. The Conference is supported by the Vice-Chancellor and the Vice-Chancellor's Leadership Team and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff are encouraged to attend. There is no conference fee, however, there will be associated travel costs for individuals to attend.
Registrations close 1 May 2019