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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25 Sep 2014 Ambassador to deliver UC lecture on Japan-Aus relations
His Excellency Yoshitaka Akimoto, Japan’s Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Australia, will speak at the University of Canberra as part of the National Security Lecture Series TOMORROW.
25 Sep 2014 Climate change rivals land clearance effects on biodiversity: UC researcher
The well-known negative effects of land-use change appear to be rivalled by climate change, according to a comprehensive new analysis of almost 150 worldwide studies by a University of Canberra researcher and his colleagues.
25 Sep 2014 UC to announce winners of international poetry competition
The winners of the University of Canberra’s inaugural international poetry competition will be announced TOMORROW
Latest Articles from Monitor
the University's online newspaper.
University of Canberra students explore Indigenous Fijian landscapes and culture.
University of Canberra lecturer and alumna Felicity Packard shares the untold stories of ANZAC nurses who served in WWI in ABC's ANZAC Girls, her latest TV project
University of Canberra Union chief executive and former Wallabies and Brumbies star Joe Roff has been appointed chair of the University of Canberra Vikings team
Major General Stephen Day DSC AM, Head of Cyber at the Australian Signals Directorate speaks at UC
Paul Hetherington has won an $18,000 Australia Council for the Arts grant to write poetry in Italy
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