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    For Aungles, water is where the heart is

    University of Canberra student Jesse Aungles feels most at home in the pool, and it’s not just because he’s winning Commonwealth Games medals

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    UC academic a global leader in sociology research

    University of Canberra Centenary Professor Dr Deborah Lupton is a global research leader in two branches of sociology, according to new data

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    Tolo signs on as UC Capitals’ third Opal for 2018/19

    Australian Opal Marianna Tolo will return to the University of Canberra Capitals for the 2018/19 WNBL season

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    Gabby Robberds Scholarship places spotlight on cerebral palsy

    Two University of Canberra students have received $1,500 and a placement with the Cerebral Palsy Alliance through the Gabby Robberds Scholarship

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    UC partners in $200m digital health initiative

    The new Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre will bring together research and industry to develop and test health solutions to improve Australians health and healthcare

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