UC researcher’s ideas put into action amid global deliberations on climate change at COP26
Everyday people from around the world have taken part in the first Global Assembly on climate change, further realising a vision of the University of Canberra’s Centenary Professor John Dryzek.Read more about slide
UC Professor: COP26 will shape our global future
University of Canberra Professor Barbara Norman explains why this is the decade of action, at the start of what is arguably the world’s most important climate change summit.Read more about slide
UC re-signs MoU to further collaboration with Questacon
The University of Canberra has extended its long-standing relationship with Questacon for a further three years, aiming to increase collaboration and exchange.Read more about slide
Wearable devices that prevent and detect falls, automated meal recording systems and a management system to streamline administration processes were the winners at the University of Canberra’s School of Information Technology and Systems Capstone Project Expo this semester.
University of Canberra staff took home awards for their research, professional and teaching contributions at the 2021 Excellence Awards.
Professor Tania Broadley brings a wealth of experience to the role and will be a key part of driving change at the University of Canberra when she commences in February 2022.
Children and teens across the Territory are set to become safer online, following a series of family workshops run by researchers from the University of Canberra.
Everyday people from around the world have taken part in the first Global Assembly on climate change, further realising a vision of the University of Canberra’s Centenary Professor John Dryzek.