UCRISE PhD student Alice Wallett always dreamed of attending the Olympics as an athlete. Now, she’s found her calling working in medical and recovery at the Tokyo Games.
For Canberra artist Tommy Balogh, the opportunity to collaborate with the University of Canberra on a piece of art has been invaluable.
Ten years ago Turia Pitt had her career mapped out. She was a mining engineer, working in the Kimberleys. One day, she planned to be CEO of a global firm. “That never happened,” Turia told an engrossed audience at the National Press Club in Canberra, “I entered an ultramarathon, I was trapped by a grassfire during the race.
University of Canberra alumna Maddie Sinclair not only studied advertising and marketing with the University of Canberra, but used that expertise to work for the institution later on.
How are LGBTI staff being supported in Australia’s largest professional services firms? Researchers from the University of Canberra and the University of Sydney investigated, with their initial findings forming the basis of a larger project on the subject.