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University of Canberra UnCover’s key community topics

University of Canberra UnCover’s key community topics

Located in the heart of Australia’s Bush Capital the University of Canberra is recognised as dynamic, evolving and community minded in all our endeavours. At the heart of our offering is the keen desire to integrate our learning with local businesses, the community and public sector to produce graduates that are recognised for their skill, professionalism and experience.

We are the university of Canberra, for Canberra and from Canberra. Whether it’s the impact of our breakthroughs in research, or our position as the fastest rising university in the world, our contribution to Canberra, the nation and the world makes a difference.

We have local experts, regional and community relevance, international partnerships, ground-breaking research, world-class sports teams, cutting-edge technology and some of the brightest minds in the country.

The need to share our stories, illustrate the real-world effect of our contribution to research and innovation to create a community beyond our campus led to the development of UnCover, the University of Canberra’s online feature magazine. UnCover is intended to appeal to our broader community, written in an informal and personable style, delivering relevant, intelligent and intriguing content in an accessible voice.

Beyond our tight-knit student and academic community, the University of Canberra is part of something bigger—Canberra, the nation and the world. Which is why we have taken the university into our community through our UnCover Events.

UnCover Events is a series of monthly events in Canberra, tackling a range of subjects and issues dear to the hearts of Canberrans.  www.canberra.edu.au/uncover

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