- USC Cultural burns can help protect koalas
Research into koala numbers before and after cultural burns on the world’s second largest sand island has fuelled a push to merge Aboriginal knowledge with cutting-edge science to mitigate the dangers of bushfires across Australia.FedU tree planting
Student and staff volunteers are planting indigenous trees and shrubs along a boundary of Federation University’s Mt Helen campus. The 2,000 plants will help protect birds, possums, kangaroos and koalas.CQU student Taylor Reedy shares her expeirence studying law
CQU Student Taylor Reedy talks about her experiences studying a Bachelor of Laws online.SCU Growing Australia’s coffee industry and brewing the perfect cup
Southern Cross University, in collaboration with Agrifutures, is leading research into a more suitable variety of coffee plant for the Australian industry as well as a unique way to describe it, similar to a wine vocabulary.UniSQ South Asian student Rosann shares her experience studying her degree
UniSQ South Asian student Rosann shares why she chose UniSQ as her Australian university to study her dream degree.CSU Environmental Science students make a difference in the heart of our eco-systems
Dr. Skye Wassens (School of Agriculture, Environmental and Veterinary Sciences) speaks about her research and what it’s like when you study Environmental Science with Charles Sturt.UNE Improving mental health in regional Australia
People living in regional, rural and remote Australia have poorer mental health than their city cousins. UNE researchers are addressing this issue by identifying the issues and devising a range of strategies to help close the gap.