Deadly Challenge

This challenge aims to celebrate our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, talents and voices through a range of performances. Congratulations to all students and staff who were involved. The Office of the Pro Vice Chancellor Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education, Strategy and Consultation thanks you for your contributions and could not be prouder of you.

After receiving an overwhelming response the winners for 2020 were:

  • 1st Prize, $150 Gift Voucher, Aunty Kerrie Doyle, Professor of Indigenous health in the School of Medicine
  • 2nd Prize, $100 Gift Voucher, Jarred Murphy, Bachelor of Law/ Bachelor of Communication
  • 3rd Prize, $50 Gift Voucher, Talyssa Baker, Bachelor of Primary Education (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education)

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Jarred Murphy is a proud Wiradjuri man and student at Western Sydney University studying a Bachelor of Law/ Bachelor of Communication.

Talyssa Baker is a proud Yorta Yorta and Dharawal woman and student at Western Sydney University studying a Bachelor of Primary Education (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education)

Luke Hodge is a proud Dunghutti man and student at Western Sydney University studying a Bachelor of Communication, majoring in Journalism and Media Arts Production.

Professor Aunty Kerrie Doyle is a proud Winninninni woman and professor of Indigenous health in the School of Medicine at Western Sydney University.

Nicholas Howie is proud Darug man and student at Western Sydney University studying a Bachelor of Science (Pathway to Secondary Teaching) with Applied Physics.

Matilda Harry is a proud Wiradjuri woman and student at Western Sydney University studying a Master of Teaching Primary.