Nguluway, means ‘to meet with each other’ in Wiradjuri Language. This is the title given to the Charles Sturt University, First Nations Australian Staff Conference.
The Charles Sturt Nguluway conference is a biennial event that supports the development of all First Nations Australian employees. Nguluway provides First Nations staff the opportunity to come together to network, develop strategies to support each other in both our professional and cultural lives, and to celebrate our success. The conference comprises of cultural and information sessions that are hosted by guest speakers and provides First Nations staff the opportunity to have a united and direct voice to the leaders of the University.
Dates and location change for the conference every two years, this allows flexibility to work around other significant events within the University and allows staff the opportunity to attend different campus locations and visit different parts of Country.
The conference is funded through the First Nations Australian Employment budget, so no registration fee is required. Each staff member who registers for attendance, must seek the approval of their budget centre manager for associated travel costs, including accommodation and meals outside the conference times.
Keep an eye out for details as they emerge and for general queries or to find out more, please contact:
acting, First Nations Employment Coordinator
6933 4215 / email@example.com