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How to: Be a better ally for transgender and gender diverse people

Transgender Day of Visibility is a day for celebration and reflection – everybody deserves the opportunity to be their whole selves, always.

31 Mar 2021

Journey to self: out of the binary box

For University of Canberra PhD student Phil Pearson, the realisation that they were outside of binary gender structures was a pivotal moment on the path to belonging.

31 Mar 2021

The ins and outs of a corporate psychopath

University of Canberra Associate Professor Benedict Sheehy is using his corporate law expertise to find solutions to deal with corporate psychopaths and toxic management.

30 Mar 2021

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Elite athletes at UC supported by Eldon and Anne Foote Scholarships

Twelve University of Canberra Elite Athlete students have been awarded cash scholarships to support them throughout their degrees.

08 Apr 2021

UC shows commitment to early learning, joins Thrive by Five campaign

The University of Canberra supports calls for reform of the early education system, partnering with the Minderoo Foundation’s Thrive by Five campaign.

31 Mar 2021

UC collaboration brings citizens’ jury to Canberra

The University of Canberra and the University of Tasmania will bring 24 ordinary citizens together in Canberra, to debate the social, ethical and legal arguments of genome editing.

29 Mar 2021