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Join us on Friday 29 July for UC's Night of Nights, a community-wide celebration of the University, its alumni, outstanding research, and academic achievement. Featuring incredible entertainment, delicious food, and the opportunity to dance the night away at the iconic National Arboretum.
In the top 10 universities in Australia
#1 in ACT for graduate employment
In the top 16 young universities in the world
(The YUR, 2021)
Award-winning engineer and emerging leader in the Australian tech sector, Bryce Cronin’s passion for harnessing technology for social good has seen him impact many – this year, he’s a finalist for the Chancellor’s Rising Star Award at the University of Canberra’s Distinguished Alumni Awards.
There's so much more that meets the eye when it comes to Davis Atkin. A national level hockey player in Canberra, the UC Elite Athlete is also making waves in the beauty industry.
Natalie Ahmat has spent 22 years elevating community voices – contributing to significant positive change in the Australian media industry. The proud Mudburra and Wagadagum woman is a finalist for the 2022 Chancellor’s Lifetime Achievement Award, at the University of Canberra’s Distinguished Alumni Awards.
An incredible piece of Aboriginal art by local Ngunnawal artist Richie Allan has been unveiled at the University of Canberra's Ngunnawal Centre.
Dr Claire Pearce won funding in last night’s Big Research Pitch, to support her research in bolstering the occupational therapy workforce in the area of mental health.
Have you encountered a news story that doesn't seem quite right? Misinformation online is being reported at higher rates than ever before – the University of Canberra's Professor Sora Park explains how to identify it.