27/04/2018Read more In light of China’s ban on Australia’s imported recyclables, some of the region’s brightest young minds came up with ideas for innovate waste engineering solutions at the Young Engineer’s event hosted by Southern Cross University.
26/04/2018Read more Four Southern Cross University students from the USA have received the full tourism treatment at Catch a Crab in Tweed Heads, teaming up with the local business to complete a social media campaign project targeting the North American market.
18/04/2018Read more Beneath the waters of Port Phillip Bay and Westernport this weekend, volunteer scuba divers and underwater photographers will search the seabed for a small but colourful group of marine life, in the inaugural Melbourne Sea Slug Census.
20/04/2018Read more A trio of young, business-savvy, Mandarin-speaking students from Southern Cross University is assisting Northern Rivers-based gourmet food producer Brookfarm with insights about what the Chinese middle-class consumer eats for breakfast.
12/04/2018Read more In the past week, Southern Cross University student Kareena Barraclough has met the president of the Bahamas and mingled with gold medallists. Tomorrow she will be on the ground to meet and greet athletes and officials when the Commonwealth Games Rugby Sevens kicks off.