Transit Art Exhibition Opening
Friday 15 October
6pm - 8pm
Hugh Mackay Book Launch events
9 - 10 November
Lismore, Byron Bay & Coffs Harbour
Lismore Teachers College Reunion
April 16, 2011
Around 1500 graduates, friends and family visited Lismore on September 18 to attend Southern Cross University's graduation ceremony. The September ceremony was preceded by an academic procession and was officially hosted for the first time in the spectacular outdoor setting of Lismore's Riverside Park.
Close to 800 graduates had their awards conferred by the Chancellor The Hon John Dowd AO QC, with around 300 graduands attending the graduation ceremony in person.
The University medal was awarded to Kathryn Brown, a graduate of the Bachelor of Environmental Science and Management (Honours). [more]
Byron Bay will again be alive this weekend (16 to 17 October) with visiting rugby teams from all over the South Pacific (NZ, Fiji and Australia) attending the Byron Bay Rugby 7�s festivities.
The event will also see the regular return of a SCU Alumni contingent joining in on the fun with the X Rats Invitational XV side, made up of former Southern Cross University Rugby Club members and their friends.
The X Rats team are defending A and D grade champions at this event after a very successful reunion campaign in 2009 where more than 120 'Old Boys' and their families turned up to help celebrate the festivities of 20th year of this carnival, as well as the 20th year that SCU had been represented in this event. [more]
Southern Cross University would like to invite our alumni to join us for the opening of the 2010 Transit Art Exhibition at Southern Cross University on Friday 15 October at 6pm. Transit is Southern Cross University�s premiere arts event each year and showcases works produced by graduating visual arts students.
Transit artworks contains a broad range of media including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, installation and film. Most of the artworks included in the exhibition will be available for sale with a pricelist available on the opening night. Last year, prices ranged from $25 to $2000, with most works selling below $500.
As an alumnus, it would be great for us to know if you will be joining us on the night, as the event is also open to the general public. If so, please let us know at email@example.com by Thursday 14 October.
Opening Event details:Date - Friday 15 October 2010 from 6pm to 8pmAddress - Visual Arts (V block), Southern Cross University, Lismore Campus, Military Road, East Lismore[more]
Southern Cross University's Regional Futures Institute would like to invite alumni to attend the launch of Hugh Mackay's new book 'What makes us tick' at Lismore, Byron Bay and Coffs Harbour events.
Hugh Mackay is a social researcher and novelist who has made a lifelong study of the attitudes and behaviour of Australians. He is the author of twelve books, including five bestsellers. The second edition of his latest non-fiction book, Advance Australia�Where? was published in September 2008, and his fifth novel, Ways of Escape was published in May 2009. His latest non-fiction book, What makes us tick? The ten desires that drive us will be published in October 2010 by Hachette.
Event details:Lismore Launch - Tuesday 9th November 2010, 5.30pm to 7.30pmByron Bay Launch - Wednesday 10th November 2010, 7.00am � 9.00amCoffs Harbour Launch - Wednesday 10th November 2010, 5.30pm � 7.30pmFor further events details or to purchase tickets
With human activities such as agricultural run-off, pollution and invasive species threatening rivers that serve 80 per cent of the world's population, a new research paper providing a global analysis of threats to fresh water could help identify areas most at risk of water failure in the future.
The research paper, which featured this month as the cover story of major international science magazine 'Nature', is the first global-scale initiative to simultaneously quantify the impact of human-induced stressors on water security and aquatic biodiversity.
The research provides a framework for diagnosing the primary threats to water security on both a local and global level, which it is hoped could be the first step towards securing future water resources for both humans and other species.
Planning is under way for the next stage of development at Southern Cross University's Gold Coast campus, including a 10-storey, 10,000 square-metre building and another building comprising a 300-seat lecture theatre, two seminar rooms, break-out rooms, tutorial space, a bookshop and a caf�.
The foundation building at Southern Cross University's new Gold Coast campus opened in February this year and offers courses in business, convention and event management, international tourism management and law and paralegal studies. [more]
The School of Health and Human Sciences, Southern Cross University, presents a two-day seminar on Quality Administration of Medications: legal & practice updates, for Registered & Enrolled Nurses.
Looking for a change of focus or a new career challenge? Consider a career in public health. SCU's new look Master of Public Health or Master of Public Health (Advanced) could open up a whole new range of options.
With a focus on emerging health issues in contemporary society the course offers specialisations in Lifestyle Medicine, Indigenous Health and Well-Being, Health Promotion, Rural and Remote Public Health, Complementary Medicine and Research.
Flexible delivery options allow you to study full-time or part-time on campus or by distance education so you can combine family and work commitments with your study. We are now accepting applications for study in 2011, for more information visit scu.edu.au/healthscience
Updated: 06 November 2012