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UQ journalism student Sarah Richards to help shape media landscape

Until she attended a careers information fair, final-year University of Queensland journalism student Sarah Richards thought teaching art was where her future lay.

New study reveals economic impact of marine heatwaves

A new study published in Science shows that marine heatwaves have caused major economic losses around the world, and researchers say global action needs to be taken to ease the impacts of extreme warming events on ocean life and benefits people derive from the oceans.

COVID has further increased anxiety and depression rates among university students

Before COVID, university and vocational education students were at high risk of developing mental disorders, such as depression and anxiety. This is because they already experience much higher levels of psychological distress than the general population.

Physics student awarded 2022 Rhodes Scholarship

A postgraduate physics student at The University of Western Australia has been named Western Australia’s Rhodes Scholar for 2022, recognising his potential as young global ambassador.

The University of Melbourne welcomes plan to return international students to...

The University of Melbourne welcomes the Victorian Government’s International Student Arrivals Plan which will enable international students and graduate researchers to return to campus and help to reinstate...

Monash ranks 40th globally in US News and World Report 2022...

Demonstrating the strength of its academic research performance and global and regional reputation, Monash also retained its rank of 4th in Australia in the annual ranking of 1,750 institutions from across the globe.

Global Voices scholars to tackle climate and gender issues at UN...

Two Curtin University students will take to the international stage at important United Nations events to pursue their passions for gender equality and the environment after being awarded Global Voices scholarships.

Busting the ‘slow down’ myth: vigorous activity needed in later life...

Older people are the most sedentary group in Australia, but recent research indicates many would exercise more if encouraged to do so.

New study to help shy children

Getting shy children to ‘face their fears’ and coaching parents in exposure therapy is the focus of a new study at The University of Queensland.

Genetic risk for clinical depression linked to physical symptoms

People with higher genetic risk of clinical depression are more likely to have physical symptoms such as chronic pain, fatigue and migraine, University of Queensland researchers have found.
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