If you try to evade the news like the plague then you are not alone! According to a new University of Canberra report, more than half of adult Australians avoid the news occasionally or often.
Canvas Alumni Blog
To celebrate the significant achievements of a small few who are making a difference to the world around us in our local, national and international communities, every second year we hold the the Distinguished Alumni Awards.
Studying media production at the University of Canberra was the perfect foundation for Lucy Lovegrove to land her dream role as an actress. A star on the rise, Lucy now resides in Auckland, New Zealand, playing Sass Connelly on Shortland Street.
We know exactly what you’re thinking. You love the idea of going to university and the benefits it could bring to your career. But the idea of adding another commitment to your life is exhausting. But never fear! With a little preparation and planning, you can not only fit in university but ace it as well.
To help our graduates and new alumni in their transition to the workplace or postgraduate studies, we asked some of our alumni for their best piece of advice. Below are the 11 tips for new graduates that you can apply now to help you get off on the best possible start to your new career, whether you are moving into the workforce or beginning postgraduate studies.
We all hear stories about how beneficial networking can be for your career. But what if you aren't a social butterfly? If the thought of approaching strangers and giving your personal 'pitch' makes you break into a nervous sweat, then keep reading.
University of Canberra graduate and musical comedian Justin Heazlewood, aka ‘The Bedroom Philosopher’ is set to make a colourful and comical return to his old stomping ground next week for the Canberra Comedy Festival.
Today marks an important day in the calendar year - International Women’s Day (March 8). A ‘global day for celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women, it is also a call to action for accelerating gender parity.’