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Jarred Synnott
19 Dec 2018

Jarred Synnott is looking forward to the view from Capitol Hill, as he prepares for an internship in the heart of Washington DC, immersed in the intricacies of American politics.

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Second Skin sculpture
12 Dec 2018

If you’ve happened to go for a stroll around the University of Canberra’s Bruce Campus lately, you may have noticed a new addition outside Building 1.

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Some of the CARHI team members heading to Condobolin this weekend (L-R): Mr Ian Drayton, Dr Jordan Williams, Dr Dean Buckmaster and Dr Kate Holland.
16 Nov 2018

The University of Canberra’s Faculties of Arts & Design (FAD), and Health are championing mental health via arts workshops in a week-long project in Condobolin, NSW.

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