UC community creates children’s books to boost literacy levels
University of Canberra staff recently turned their writing skills in a new direction – writing culturally appropriate non-fiction children’s books for communities with no easy access to such.Read more about slide
UC’s economic mineral geological collection on loan to Geoscience Australia
The University of Canberra’s Matthias Economic Geological Collection will call Geoscience Australia home for the next decade, making the significant collection accessible to researchers across the country.Read more about slide
Building a better future: UC experts come together to tackle climate adaptation and resilience
The University of Canberra has established a new network of researchers looking to take action on climate change.Read more about slide
The Faculty of Health and Faculty of Science and Technology at the University of Canberra have become 2021 Academic Partners with gender equity social enterprise Franklin Women.
A final symposium will be held to reflect on cultural heritage and sustainability values as part of the Sustainable Shine Dome partnership with the Australian Academy of Science.
To mark the end of NAIDOC Week, a new artwork by Arrernte artist Jenni Kemarre Martiniello has been unveiled at the Ngunnawal Centre – the first piece of art in a series which will grow each year.
Should the ACT have a more modern Coat of Arms? Students from the University of Canberra have created a series of potential designs for a new symbol for the Territory.
The University of Canberra held its 2021 Ngunnawal Lecture by Troy Rugless as part of NAIDOC Week events across campus, which also included a display of the Pintupi Nine art collection, currently housed at the University.