Planting seeds to initiate change
Seeds sown at Seeds of Change Conference 2019 were intended to encourage debate, build networks and stimulate fresh thinking around bridging the gender gap in the agricultural sector.Read more about this slide
Power in agriculture: Is gender identity the key
PhD candidate Jane Alver shares her thoughts on gender identity and its power in the agricultural sector ahead of the Seeds of Change Conference.Read more about this slide
Leading the charge in learning and change
Teachers are the catalysts for change. They stimulate minds, trigger innovative thinking and promote creativity. All essential components for adapting to a continually evolving world.Read more about this slide
Faculty of Education
The Education faculty offers courses specialising in Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary and Educational Leadership, aligning with national requirements for teacher registration. We work closely with our professional and industry partners to ensure that all of our programs combine the best of practice, new knowledge, and innovative teaching and learning. All initial teacher education courses have been accredited by the ACT Teacher Quality Institute and are recognised as such across Australia. Our Master and other postgraduate qualifications have been thoughtfully designed with an appreciation of the diverse circumstances of our students, including working education professionals.
The University of Canberra Affiliated Schools Program is growing, with five more centres of learning coming on board.
$1.2 million awarded to UC researchers to improve regional education, data privacy and artificial intelligence
Three University of Canberra researchers have received a total of more than $1.2 million in the 2020 Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA)
Join host, writer and TV personality Benjamin Law for our November UnCover Event with a panel of UC experts from all the colours of the rainbow discuss LGBTIQ+ issues.
UC Early Childhood Education students ran a loose parts pop-up playground for the Canberra community as part of their course work.