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alumni stories

the third place

university of canberra alumna renee douros has founded several canberra businesses, but none as unique as her latest venture, adytum, which explores the concept of a ‘third place’.

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uc’s 30th anniversary: building trust, empowering women

just graduated from the university of canberra, courtney james is living her dream – working as a midwife and intent on improving the health outcomes of aboriginal and torres strait islander women and babies.

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alumni stories

holding on to the good things that last

in this video, uc alumna jane crowley talks about her love of antiques and all things vintage, and how the culture of sustainability is even more important in trying times.

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environmental influence

bulbine lilies at uc: a reminder of the bounty of nature

for assistant professor ro mcfarlane, the lush spring bloom across canberra has provided a reminder of a landscape bursting with abundance.

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Sport, Health & Wellbeing

thriving, not just surviving

as a cancer survivor, melanie moore is using her learned knowledge to support others going through treatment, and encourages exercise throughout the cancer continuum.

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alumni stories

uc's 30th anniversary: celebrating curiosity, courage and creative risks

renowned filmmaker and uc alumna sue maslin will draw on her unusual pathway into film production and passion for telling powerful stories in her new role of heading the graduate certificate in creative business, a partnership between the university of canberra and the compton school.

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Sport, Health & Wellbeing

uc’s 30th anniversary: intrepid cartographers of public health

explore some of the fascinating research conducted at the australian geospatial health lab, where medical geography and cutting edge technology join forces for the sake of better public health outcomes.

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community connections

future bright: a crusader for social enterprise

founder of the mill house ventures at the university of canberra, cindy mitchell believes that a truly bright future is one informed by a social conscience.

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alumni stories

uc's 30th anniversary: hercanberra ceo leading by example

uc alumna amanda whitley is a shining example of how far grit, determination and being willing to embrace innovation can take you.

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Sport, Health & Wellbeing

future bright: nursing in the age of a pandemic

head of the school of nursing, midwifery and public health at the university of canberra, professor karen strickland speaks about the international year of the nurse and midwife and how covid-19 will shape the future of nursing.

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alumni stories

uc's 30th anniversary: myles ahead of the curve

uc alumnus myles chandler is achieving great things, putting his degree to use designing canberra-made bicycles.

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community connections

future bright: building a community of educators

clinical associate professor kerrie heath tells uncover how she has built a successful, diverse career in the education sector and what lessons can be learnt from the covid-19 pandemic.

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uc’s 30th anniversary: scoring baskets for social justice

one of australia's leading basketball players, and uc alumna marianna tolo speaks to uncover about her sport, childhood, and passion for social justice.

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Arts & Culture

uc's 30th anniversary: from iran to canberra

a passion for architecture, a love of teaching and a heart to see students thrive are the ingredients of a lifetime of learning for gevork hartoonian.

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future bright: wil anderson – finding his passion

ahead of his role hosting future bright, uc alumnus and australian comedian wil anderson shares his thoughts on canberra, covid-19, and finding a career you love.

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