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  Are scientists story-tellers? Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academic, Professor Geoff Crisp, talks about his background in chemistry, his new approach to teaching to inspire students to think differently and contest the status quo, and how that influences his current role here at UC to create a sense of belonging for all staff and students.    … Read More


A person can die and still go on. So said Philip K. Dick, author of this year’s University of Canberra Book of the Year, Do Andriods Dream of Electric Sheep?, four decades ago. But does that mean he could actually be interviewed ‘live’ 35 years after his reported death? If so, what might he have to… Read More


The University of Canberra has been a White Ribbon accredited workplace since 2013 and continues to support Australia’s only national, male-led campaign to end men’s violence against women. To honour and recognise White Ribbon Day on 25 November, staff and students from the University of Canberra came together last week for a morning tea and… Read More


Dr Blooma John, School of Information Systems and Accounting, Faculty of Business Government and Law, introduced HoloLens to 150 students taking Information Systems in Organisations and Management Information Systems G, to give them insights into future technology. Microsoft HoloLens, a self-contained, holographic computer, enabled students to engage with digital content and interact with holograms in… Read More


    Last week, over 2,400 students graduated from the University of Canberra with a degree (or two) in hand. Students graduated with degrees from all our faculties across the eight ceremonies. Amongst the graduates were the very first cohort of students from the Bachelor of Physiotherapy and the Bachelor of Pharmacy degrees, now fully… Read More


  International Women’s Day was celebrated at UC on March 8 with various events throughout the day, including the launch of the University’s bold new gender initiative, BroadAgenda. Based within the University’s Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis and a product of the 50/50 by 2030 Foundation, BroadAgenda is a blog for ‘broads, blokes, brawn… Read More


  The University has already achieved great successes since becoming completely tobacco-free late last year, and we want these to continue! We have seen a number of staff and students quit smoking due to the health initiative, and some have even been successful in deterring smokers on campus. The University is overwhelmed with the positive… Read More