Jessy Renouf, proud Gubbi Gubbi woman, student ambassador, and Justice and Psychology student


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Ask all the questions is what Jessy tells us. I'm with you Jessy! We are so proud of Jessy and her passion for helping community. Jessy crams life full of good things and here, she tells us how she manages and how she stays engaged. I am so deeply impressed with what our students are capable of and where their 'real world' aspirations are taking them. I am thankful for Jessy reflections on what it means to be an Indigenous student at QUT and her advice on how we can do better to support Indigenous students. When you've listened to Jessy talk to us, check out her TEDxQUT talk.

This podcast was developed with support from the Queensland University of Technology.


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Mentions and Show Notes

Jessy spoke at TEDxQUT on 15 October 2022! At time of posting, the presentation isn’t available yet, so here’s a link to her speaker profile - go listen to her talk once it’s up.

The Oodgeroo Unit at QUT

Poet Oodgeroo Noonuccal

Voice to Parliament

ATSIC (dismantled 2004)

Sorry business - what it is and how to be sensitive (especially as a health professional)

Statistics on youth detention:

“Half (50%, or 410 of 819) of all young people in detention on an average night in the June quarter 2021 were Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander people. Indigenous Australians made up just 6% of the Australian population aged 10–17.”

Australian youth justice reports - supervision, detention and return to sentencing

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural safety

Blueknot’s guidelines for trauma-informed practice

Favourite theorist/theory:

Unit JSB172 - Professional Academic Skills

Unit JSB263 - Global Political Institutions

Fact Checks

The existence of learning styles is not supported by research (at least, not the visual/auditory/kinaesthetic split)

Indigenous people have never been called “flora and fauna” under Australian law?

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