Manjaree Aboriginal Student Place
In November 2017, Artist in Resident Juanetia (Neta) Knapp and a group of Aboriginal Students created a mural ‘Manjaree Mia Kaart’ (meaning place of learning, a place of history and a place of spiritual journey and knowledge). The artwork is designed to bring to life the colours symbols and stories of the land and Notre Dame Aboriginal Students across Australia and to assist them in feeling connected to each other and the University.
The Manjaree Place is a meeting place for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students and is used for student cultural and educational gatherings, study, recreation and get-togethers, it is located on the Notre Dame Fremantle Campus in Bateman Court (ND9 104).
The Manjaree Aboriginal Student Place in Bateman Court holds a number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander events throughout the year. See our significant dates for more information. Manjaree is also used to hold Tutor and Student Inductions and Staff Cultural Awareness Training.
Cultural Awareness Training for Staff
Cultural Awareness Training Workshops for staff take place on the Fremantle campus, over four(4) times a year. They are scheduled during the months of April, June, October and December and a maximum 15 staff are invited to participate at each workshop.