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  1. UC named Employer of Choice for Gender Equality for 11th year

    The University of Canberra’s commitment to gender equality in the workplace has been recognised for an eleventh consecutive year

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  2. Vast urban growth makes sustainable planning critical: UC researcher

    Planning within the planet's boundaries is the core message of a new UC book addressing the looming crisis of urban growth and how sustainable pathways can address it

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  3. Turbulent future for Australia’s coasts: UC public lecture

    Australia’s coastal ecosystems are changing and one of the country’s leading experts will discuss their fragile future in the University of Canberra’s 2018 Krebs Lecture

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  4. UC welcomes new students in Orientation Week

    The University of Canberra will welcome more than 12,000 students to campus as Orientation Week gets underway TODAY.

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  5. UC led-study identifies not so sweet Tasmanian invader

    New research has uncovered why the sweet-faced sugar gliders are causing problems to Tasmanian wildlife - they're an introduced pest

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