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Senior leadership opportunities for First Nations peoples

Join our First Nations Education and Research portfolio as we work toward becoming a renowned place of learning.

Welcome and thank you for considering these key leadership positions in the First Nations Education and Research Portfolio at the University of Southern Queensland.

The University of Southern Queensland's 2021 - 2025 Strategic Plan seeks to empower Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to take our rightful place in teaching, research and enterprise, and reach our full potential. The First Nations Education and Research Portfolio is committed to UniSQ becoming a regionally, nationally and globally renowned place of learning and intercultural exhange, truth-telling, research innovation, and embracing and promoting the importance of 'Country'.

Pro Vice-Chancellor (First Nations Education and Research)
Professor Tony Dreise
Tony is a proud descendent of the Guumilaroi and Euahlayi First Nations of north-west New South Wales and south-west Queensland, and is nationally and internationally recognised as a First Nations leader in policy, evaluation and research in the field of education.
UniSQ welcomes Professor Tony Dreise to inaugural role