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  1. Professor Deep Saini resigns from UC

    Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Deep Saini, has resigned his position from the University of Canberra after having been appointed to the position of the 12th President and Vice-Chancellor of Dalhousie University in Canada. Professor Saini will be continuing in his current role until 24 December 2019.

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  2. Patricia Kelly appointed to University of Canberra Council

    On behalf of the ACT Chief Minister, the Minister for Higher Education has recently appointed Patricia Kelly PSM GAICD to the University of Canberra Council until April 2022.

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  3. Sizing up Canberra’s wellbeing

    The University of Canberra and The Australian National University are hosting events this week to discuss the future of wellbeing and quality of life measurement in the ACT.

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  4. Facing the facts and figures of overtraining syndrome

    Internationally-renowned physiologist Professor Romain Meeusen will be exploring the realities of overtraining syndrome (OTS) in a public lecture at the University of Canberra on 1 May 2019.

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  5. UC appoints new Executive Dean of the Faculty of Business Government and Law

    The University of Canberra has appointed Professor Wendy Lacey as Executive Dean of the Faculty of Business Government and Law. Professor Lacey will join the University on 15 July 2019.

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