Regular teaching on Indigenous culture and environment is provided in the School of Architecture by the Director and the other AERC staff and associates [Refer to Architecture's website for more detail about its programs.] The courses specific to the AERC and Indigenous issues are as follows:
- An undergraduate course entitled 'Culture, Environment and Design' open to Architecture and Arts students.
- Offering a selective for Architecture students in 'Architectural Studies 1' involving advanced research and design issues relating to Aboriginal clients.
[Refer to the URL http://www.uq.edu.au/study/index.html for a detailed undergraduate course list.]
- Annual supervision of several B.Arch / MArch Thesis writers in the subject area.
- Supervising Research Higher Degree students studying in the general subject area of Aboriginal Environments: Honours, Masters and PhD (6-10 students).
- Occasional guest lectures in other courses within The University of Queensland.
- Occasional guest lectures are provided at other tertiary institutions such as the University of Sydney, Queensland University of Technology, Institute for Aboriginal Development (Alice Springs) and the University of South Australia.
- Conference presentations.
- The AERC also acts as an occasional training centre for Indigenous researchers.