Welcome to the Media Centre
Welcome to the University of Canberra media centre - an area of the website dedicated to journalists. Here you'll find the latest news from the University, contact details for our expert academics and everything you need to know about our helpful communications team.
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07 Mar 2014 Chief of Defence to speak at the University of Canberra
The Chief of the Defence Force, General David Hurley AC DSC, will speak at the University of Canberra as part of the National Security Lecture Series TODAY
07 Mar 2014 School could still be cool for sick teens: UC research
Teenagers with a chronic illness won’t have to miss weeks or even months of school thanks to a digital classroom being created by a University of Canberra PhD student.
27 Feb 2014 UC announces winners of creative Centenary competition
The winners of a University of Canberra children’s book writing and illustration competition focused on sharing Canberra stories have been announced TODAY.
24 Feb 2014 Tim Flannery “filled with horror” over climate projections: UC lecture
Environmental scientist Professor Tim Flannery will discuss the need for long-term, consistent policies on both climate change and biodiversity conservation at a sold-out University of Canberra lecture
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the University's online newspaper.
UC students won $35,000 at the Innovation ACT awards for an app to help make construction sites safer
The University of Canberra has appointed Craig Dukes as director of the Ngunnawal Centre
VIDEO: Puppies are helping University of Canberra students to de-stress before exams
Threatened golden sun moths now have a chance to survival thanks to UC ecologists
University of Canberra student Michael McCagh has been selected for the Aurora Indigenous Scholars International Study Tour
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