Indigenous university champion angles for outcomes
Coghill, Jon & Shay, Marnee (2014) Indigenous university champion angles for outcomes. Indigenous university champion angles for outcomes.
The proportion of Australians to finish uni is about 25 per cent.
This figure varies dramatically from the amount of Indigenous kids who attain the same result.
Only five percent of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders gain a degree.
That's why Marnee Shay from Ilkey on the Sunshine Coast is bucking the trend... above and beyond expectations.
She's believed to be the first Aboriginal recipient of the Chancellor's Medal at the University of the Sunshine Coast, and she's now starting a PHD at QUT in Brisbane.
The ABC's Jon Coghill asked her about her studies and what the medal signifies.
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