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NAIDOC Week Celebrations - Deadly Ways

Our NAIDOC celebration this week was out of this world.  We wish to thank the amazing team from the University of Southern Queensland, Yvonne O'Neill, Deb Mouzouris and Glennie's Yalari and Indigenous girls for an outstanding day.  

Singer and songwriter, Sue Ray, was here to perform a beautiful song 'Always Was, Always Will Be' she co-wrote with our indigenous students.  USQ staff and students expertly guided our students through a rotation of engaging activities which included: Bio-Med, Lab Med, Physics, Paramedicine and Nursing, drones, Indigenous games, sports and exercise.  

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