Professor Mark McMillan is the Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor and Professor of Indigenous Education and Engagement within the Education Portfolio. Mark comes from the University of Melbourne where he was an Associate Professor at the Melbourne Law School. He is an exceptional scholar, researcher and administrator with a deep interest in human rights, especially the expression and fulfilment of those rights for Indigenous Australians. Mark is a citizen of the Wiradjuri Nation and has worked extensively in the areas of human rights, Aboriginal community engagement and equity as a lawyer and advocate. He was named National NAIDOC Scholar of the Year for 2013. His work has taken him to America as a Fulbright Scholar, where he has worked for many years with Indigenous groups and Native Nations.
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