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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31 Jul 2014 WNBL legend Kristen Veal returns to the University of Canberra Capitals
The University of Canberra Capitals have signed WNBL legend Kristen Veal for the upcoming 2014/15 WNBL season.
30 Jul 2014 Jess Bibby signs on for ninth season with the University of Canberra Capitals
The University of Canberra Capitals have re-signed guard Jess Bibby for the upcoming 2014/15 WNBL season.
30 Jul 2014 UC students pitch their work against the clock
Why hot swimmers are fast swimmers, the changing face of political participation and the ‘salt, sweat and tiers’ of Tasmanian soil are just a few of the thesis topics that will be presented in under three minutes by University of Canberra research students TODAY.
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the University's online newspaper.
A University of Canberra PhD student is exploring the chronic effect that heat exposure has on firefighters and how to improve recovery practices
UC commerce alumnus Duke Didier will compete in judo at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games
A University of Canberra-led project has received more than $1.45m from the Australian government to develop a national mentoring program for math's and science teachers
UC design/landscape architecture student travels around Europe as part of horticulture scholarship
National record-holding sprinter Melissa Breen is the University of Canberra's first athlete in residence
University of Canberra researchers share results of first Regional Wellbeing Survey that looks at the quality of life in rural and regional Australia
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