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Maddison Miller: Stories of Indigenous Engineering

Maddison Miller: Stories of Indigenous Engineering

A story of adaption and change – Maddison Miller Maddison Miller, an archaeologist, shares her perspective in our Stories of Indigenous Engineering series. “I am a Darug woman. My father is a Darug man from his father. Our traditional lands are the western...
Denis Rose: Stories of Indigenous Engineering

Denis Rose: Stories of Indigenous Engineering

Traditional Indigenous engineering in western Victoria Denis Rose is a Gunditjmara person and works in Indigenous conservation. He shares his perspective in our Stories of Indigenous Engineering series. “I’ve worked in Victoria and Canberra with National Parks...
Stories of Indigenous Engineering

Stories of Indigenous Engineering

Stories of Indigenous Engineering Inspiring the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to take up careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). “If a Gunditjmara youth is considering a career in engineering, he or she...

EWB appoints Shane Kennelly as its first Indigenous Board Director

Mr Shane Kennelly, Managing Director of Kennelly Constructions and First People Recruitment Solutions, is a proud Bundjalung man with over years of experience in senior executive positions, leading and building sustainable growth for businesses across the Defence,...
Understanding the Indigenous legacy enriches Engineering

Understanding the Indigenous legacy enriches Engineering

How far back to we need to go to understand the engineering solutions that have been applied to shape our landscape?  In Australia examples like the Brewarrina Fish Traps in South Western New South Wales, recognised by Engineers Australia as a heritage location...