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This video discusses the opportunities and support services made available to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students at the University of Canberra with the opening of the Ngunnawal Centre in 1985.

Robin Hughes interviews Donald Horne, a prominent academic, author, historian and philosopher, in this episode of the Australian Biography television series. Chancellor of the University of Canberra from 1992 to 1995, Donald Horne's ground breaking…

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This article is from 2018 and highlights the new research conducted at UC. The research is how electric brain stimulation can increase your brains functions and capacity

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This article from 2013 highlights the new research conducted at the University of Canberra find new interesting information about evolution

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This article from 2006 uses data from a select number of students at the University of Canberra. The survey explores how paid work will affect second- and third-year grade level performance

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Discussing the effects of digital technology on jurors by setting up a crime scene, and researching which types of evidence are most effective.Full article available hereArchived version available here

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Dr. Hone's research on the fundamental principles of protecting the environment from pest damage. Full article available HereArchived version available Here

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A physical edition of the Monitor, published on the 28th of April, 1993. This edition included articles on a new sexual harassment policy, a wine and food evening, 1993 Conferring Ceremonies, along with a calendar of events and classifieds section.

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A physical issue of the Monitor, published on the 14th of April 1993. This issue included articles on Open Day, a new Associate Dean, and a calendar of events, among others.

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UC Honours student, Danica Auld, worked on a variety of heritage items from the Lady's Cottage at the Royal Derwent Hospital, Australia's oldest continually running psychiatric institution. Full article available hereArchived version available here
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