Indigenous Research Collaborator

Indigenous Research Collaborator  This credential acknowledges the participation and contribution made by an Indigenous research mentoree to a collaborative research project. Earners will have worked in their home community under the guidance of senior advisors and with CDU staff on one or more research projects. They will have received introductory training in research ethics, [...]

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Senior Indigenous Community-Based Researcher

Senior Indigenous Community-Based Researcher Research work carried out in Indigenous communities often goes unrecognised by Western academic systems. This credential is available to senior Indigenous researchers with significant previous experience in place-based and/or community based research. It recognises the recipient's strong cultural authority and leadership in the conduct of research projects, and a history [...]

By |2020-12-19T04:53:25+00:00July 20th, 2019|Credentials|0 Comments

Indigenous Community-Based Researcher

Indigenous Community-Based Researcher This credential provides opportunities for Indigenous people working in their home communities to learn about research work, and to be recognised for their skills in bilingual and inter-cultural research and research facilitation. Training occurs on the job while working closely with senior Indigenous advisors and CDU research staff. Participants will be [...]

By |2021-02-11T06:38:04+00:00July 20th, 2019|Credentials|0 Comments

Applying for Research Credentials

. Indigenous research credentials are awarded to Indigenous researchers who are proficient in 'both-ways' research in their communities. Awardees are qualified to undertake intercultural research under elder authority, while engaging with non-Indigenous partners and organisations. These credentials operate as dual-academy qualifications. They recognise research skills 'in-place', with each award requiring authorisation by Charles Darwin [...]

By |2024-02-29T03:34:37+00:00July 19th, 2019|Credentials|0 Comments
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