New to UC and keen to make friends, but not sure where to go? If your answer is yes, the international student meet-up group is just for you!Come by Grounded Cafe (behind the M & C Building) on Tuesday mornings from 9.30am to catch up with other international students over a coffee or a walk to have a chat. Run by a psychologist, sessions can include a review of psychological skills and a chat about tips and advice on your experience in Canberra.Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
"Sometimes your health and wellbeing may be adversely affected by legal issues you don't even know exist - talking to a lawyer can help!" - UC's Citizen Centred Justice Legal ClinicA by appointment free legal advice clinic on Fridays at the University of Canberra for UC students and members of the local Canberra community.Do you have a problem with your employment, discrimination, workplace bullying and harassment, housing immigration, family or custody matters, violence or sexual assault, with Centrelink or any other matters that are causing you concern? If so, come and have a chat with a lawyer at our free Citizen Centred Justice Clinic. Even if we can’t help you directly we will be able to refer you to someone else who will.Open for legal advice services on Fridays (except for Public holidays) in Building 1, Level B, at the UC Medical & Counselling Centre, University of Canberra, the clinic is run by lawyers supported by students gaining legal practice experience towards their legal qualification. This service is confidential.
The Culture and Creativity seminar series is run by the Centre for Cultural and Creative Research. It explores culture, creativity and the myriad connections between them. All welcome. Culture and Creativity seminar series, s1 2023 – Poetic Topography: Boston in the work of Sylvia Plath, Robert Lowell and Anne SextonSpeaker: SJ Burton (Research Fellow, ANU) Date\Time: Thursday 6 Apr 2023, 12:30-13:30Location: Building 2 Level A Room 2A13, University of Canberra (https://www.canberra.edu.au/maps/buildings-directory/building-2); or Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/95333397464 AbstractMid-20th century American poets Sylvia Plath, Robert Lowell and Anne Sexton were pivotal in changing the shape of contemporary verse in English. This paper seeks to examine the influence of the city of Boston and its cultural and social paradigms on the work of the trio. I will present a reconsideration of their work beyond mere confessional parameters which is grounded in both biography and material environments. BioSJ Burton is a postdoctoral research fellow in English at the Australian National University. Her research is centred on early to mid-twentieth century American poetry and history and she has a passionate interest in literary groups and archives. Culture and Creativity Seminar Series is hosted by the Centre for Cultural and Creative Research (CCCR), Faculty of Arts and Design, University of Canberra. To discover upcoming seminars, please follow us on facebook @uccccr, or instagram and twitter @uc_cccr. Alternatively, join our mailing list by emailing email@example.com. Any question and accessibility requests please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOPIC: SWANSEA-CANBERRA COLLABORATIVE TEACHING PROJECTSCourse-tailored Virtual Reality as a Teaching Aid for Anatomy: Dr Laura Mason (Swansea University & Dr Julie Cooke (University of Canberra)The impact of mental health literacy, stigma, and help seeking behaviours on the wellbeing of university students: A cross cultural analysis of UK and Australian undergraduates:Dr Denise Hill (Swansea University) & Dr Andrew McKune (University of Canberra)8.30am GMT / 7.30pm AEDTThis seminar will be held via Zoom: https://swanseauniversity.zoom.us/j/98235292746?pwd=eU5SaVEwNkluZVdNa0N2M3FzVEFpZz09This event is open to faculty, staff and students from Swansea University and University of Canberra. Attendees from outside organisations may attend with prior arrangement - please email UCSportStrategy@canberra.edu.au.
If you are passionate about data, or even just curious about data, then this is a great event for you to attend.This Data meetup event is hosted by the University of Canberra Faculty of Science and Technology, and supported by specialist IT recruiter Interpro People. Start Time: 4:30pm for 4:45pm startFinish Time: 6:30pm