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Dr Nick Ruddell is from Aotearoa New Zealand and resides and works on Wiradyuri Country. His Tino-iwi is Ngāpuhi and iwi- tūturu Ngati-Wai. Nick’s PhD, completed in 2019, conceptualised a framework to assist and monitor how researchers, educators and communities can competently exchange and respect knowledge and perspectives in the contested space between Western and Indigenous knowledge systems. Nick’s work specialises in the production of inter-generational educational assets to meet community and industry needs. He has participated in intercultural research and academic activities through partnerships with, for example, First Nations peoples of the Wiradyuri, Ngunawal, Gundungarra and Birpai Nations, and has collaborated with researchers from Charles Sturt University, La Trobe University, Western Sydney University and the NSW Department of Education. This has provided the necessary expertise to successfully oversee and convene the dialogic processes across knowledge systems, education programs, mitigation and policy frameworks, Nation re-building, the management of IP and cultural content. Nick’s positioning as a culturally competent professional is underpinned by reflective and reflexive practice that draws on Kaupapa Maori research and Wiradyuri methodology, Yindyamarra Winhanganha. 

Education/Academic qualification

Science Education, Doctorate, Mutual cultural responsivity: Towards a framework for contemporary school science, Charles Sturt University

Award Date: 30 Oct 2019

Subject keywords

  • Education
  • Water science
  • Engineering
  • Indigenous Australian
  • Wiradyuri
  • Murray/Darling
  • Riverina
  • Aotearoa
  • Hokianga
  • Methodologies
  • Data Governance


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