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    Shortlist for the 2020 UC Book of the Year

    The UC Book of the Year is now in its eighth year, and the 2020 shortlist includes prominent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander authors. The winner will be announced at a morning tea on campus on 21 November 2019.

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    UnCover Event: The other colours of the rainbow

    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.

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    Innovative international partnership with India launched

    The University of Canberra and Chandigarh University today launched the Indo-Australian Centre for Advanced Studies at the Chandigarh campus on the outskirts of Chandigarh, capital of Punjab state, India.

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  4. ONE

    Truth, respect, love and peace: UC unveils latest sculpture

    Thanks to a generous gift, the University of Canberra has unveiled ONE, its latest sculpture on campus.

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  5. Dr Michael Schaper, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr, Head of School Raechel Johns and Professor Deep Saini

    Celebrating the launch of the Canberra Business School

    On Wednesday 6 November, at a social and networking gathering at the National Museum of Australia, ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr, MLA officially launched the Canberra Business School at the University of Canberra.

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