Iso Topics is an online exhibition hosted by the Belconnen Arts Centre exploring creativity during isolation. The exhibition includes new work by staff, HDR students and affiliates of the Centre for Creative and Cultural Research in the Faculty of Arts and Design. https://www.belcoarts.com.au/iso-topics/
Want a chance to win sweet prizes? Looking for something to do with all this at home time? Calling all artists whether it be painting, drawing, photography or sculpting this one is for you! This fortnight's theme is music!
We look forward to exploring the up to date, evidence-based, possibilities for women and midwifery with you! Conference themes include: Responsibility, Career-long learning, Professional reflexivity, Research and/or technology, Inter-professional rivalry and/or cooperation, Race, Gender, Poverty and/or wealth, Rural and/or remote health and Local and/or global health.
Join UC Life for your weekly fix of Trivia! We will have a different theme each week for you to test your knowledge and challenge your friends, all from the comfort of your living room (or bed!). The questions will be live-streamed through the UC Life Facebook Page and you can answer through Kahoot. Click interested or Going to stay up to date!
Join us on Wednesday and Thursday 15th and 16th July as the Ally Network hosts a whole day workshop (held over two days). About this Event LGBTIQ Ally leadership training (Capacity 12 participants) Join us on Wednesday and Thursday 15th and 16th July as the Ally Network hosts a whole day workshop (held over two days) which will equip participants to become UC ally leaders. In addition to the topics covered in ally foundation training, this whole day workshop encourages participants to delve deeper into subjects that will assist them in achieving inclusive practice goals and bolster their ability to lead discussion and action at the University of Canberra. DETAILS WHAT: LGBTIQ Ally Leadership Training WHO: People interested in becoming LGBTIQ ally leaders WHEN: 10.00am – 13.30pm over two days Wednesday 15th July and Thursday 16th July WHERE: This is an online event through zoom Places are limited
Missing Midday Music on the lawn? We are too- that's way we have brought it online! Every week we will have a new musician playing some funky tunes to get you through your day. Tune in Facebook every Thursday at 12pm where we will be live streaming!
UC College: Alternative entry to your UC degree UC College offers pathway programs that enable access to the University of Canberra. Our pathway programs make quality higher education possible to those who would not otherwise gain direct entry. Join our virtual info session on Thursday, 16 July and learn how you can fast-track your studies and enter the University of Canberra next year!
NOTE: Due to the situation with the Corona virus, we are now holding the English Conversation Club online, using Microsoft Teams. If you are interested in joining the activity delivered online, please contact the organiser, Craig Johnson. The English Conversation Club is a free activity organized by one of the UC Chaplains – Craig Johnson. Especially for international students or visiting scholars from overseas. But anyone who wants to practice their English is welcome.
To support your learning and development, Professional Development Week will take place from Monday 20 – Friday 24 July 2020. With a wide range of workshop offerings, use this week to develop your capability and refresh your knowledge and skills.
You’re invited to our free personal consultation to learn more about salary packaging the Maxxia way. This is great opportunity to find out how you can maximise your tax benefits, and, ask any questions you might have. See you there! Please click below to find out more about novated leasing. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kbq0k4yrD54&t=2s Can't make it? Feel free to contact Greg directly on 0421 032 046 or email@example.com Bookings are not required
This half day workshop utilises an interactive, experiential learning model to enhance understanding of Indigenous culture. Developing an appreciation and respect for Indigenous culture, and understanding how this pertains to the workplace is fundamental to successful engagement with Indigenous communities. Our Cultural Awareness workshops provide participants with insights into how culture shapes our values, attitudes and behaviours, and demonstrates the benefits to personal and business growth. The sessions also explore the diversity of Indigenous communities and how their history relates to health and well-being, employment and social inclusion.
The UniSport Snow Nationals is the peak winter event on the University sporting calendar. Heading to the beautiful Victorian resort of Mt Buller, students have the opportunity to send it with the best University snow athletes in the country. Competing in both alpine, snowboarding and cross country skiing there is something on offer for all winter competitors.
The UniSport Nationals is the premier sporting event on the University calendar, pitting all 42 Universities against one another in over 30 sports to determine the overall winner. This year, the Nationals event is moving to Perth, combining the Division 1 and Division 2 event across 6 days of competitive sport. Following a successful representation at both the 2019 Division 1 and Division 2 events, UC Sport is looking to send away another strong contingent of athletes. If you are interested in competing, head to the UC Sport website to check out the available sports and the respective trial dates.
After the most tumultuous period of their lives both personally and professionally, Boy & Bear are back with another national tour. Following the release of Suck On Light, the boys are excited to share their new album with audiences across Australia and New Zealand in 2020. Tickets on sale Thu 13th Dec18+ event