Indigenous Chair in Creative Industries
Support the first philanthropically endowed Indigenous Chair in Australia to help amplify the role that Indigenous knowledge, perspectives and practices play in our local, national and international communities.
Budding entrepreneurs scholarship
With your help, we can create the next generation of entrepreneurs and encourage government and industry to further invest in this vital sphere.
Cultivate Indigenous connections
Your support will help fulfil a meaningful commitment to Indigenous Australians by providing significant resources to establish the Carumba Institute.
Inspire young scientists
With your help, we can continue to inspire young scientists by providing vital resources and experiences that schools would otherwise not be able to access.
Immunisation to support the health of Indigenous women and children
Improve the awareness, uptake and timeliness of vaccines during pregnancy and early childhood in rural and regional communities to help Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.
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Australian Child Maltreatment Study to identify the prevalence of child abuse and its health impacts
A national survey commences this week to find out for the first time how many Australians have experienced child abuse.
Earlier this month, QUT welcomed internationally acclaimed playwright and artistic director Wesley Enoch AM to his new position as Indigenous Chair in the Creative Industries.A substantial donation from philanthropist and QUT alumnus, Dr Greg Creed, allows QUT to establish the Chair.We took a moment in his busy schedule to ask Wesley some questions about his vision.