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    University of Canberra Hospital a step closer to operation

    The University of Canberra Hospital is a step closer to welcoming patients, staff and students with construction of the facility now complete

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    The Rubens tune in to UC

    The Rubens helped celebrate O-Week at the University of Canberra as they headlined the inaugural ‘Tune In UC’ concert

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    UC welcomes new students with a carnival, concert and more

    A beach party, carnival, welcome breakfast and concert are just some of the events organised to welcome new students to the University of Canberra

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    Scholarship to drive UC dementia study

    A PhD scholarship from Dementia Australia is helping one University of Canberra student examine how art programs can ease health issues linked with dementia

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    Turbulent future for Australia’s coasts: UC public lecture

    Leading researcher Emma Johnston has warned that climate change and increased nutrient flows are impacting Australia’s coastal zones

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