At CSU, we are committed to ensuring that our students, graduates and staff
Gulaay, the Indigenous Curriculum and Resources Team, manages the Indigenous Curriculum website, which provides an extensive range of resources and advice to support CSU's ongoing commitment to reconciliation and social justice.
Gulaay is the Wiradyuri word for 'bridge or to cross over', given by Aunty Gloria Dindima Rogers to acknowledge the work being done across the cultures.
Gulaay is part of the Division of Learning and Teaching's Learning Academy, and reflects the Division's ongoing commitment to Indigenous curriculum and cultural competency. It supports the Indigenous Australian Content in Courses Policy (2016-20) and CSU's Indigenous Education Strategy in a number of ways. The Indigenous Curriculum & Pedagogy Co-ordinator Dr Barbara Hill is responsible for the co-ordination of the inclusion of Indigenous curriculum and pedagogy in all CSU undergraduate and professional entry courses by 2018. The team is tasked with the creation of original resources to enable this work. Gulaay also oversees the Indigenous Cultural Competence Program (ICCP) and the IES Collection in the DOMS.