23/05/2023Read more A new greenhouse gas budget shows coastal ecosystems globally are a net greenhouse gas sink for carbon dioxide (CO2) but emissions of methane (CH4) and nitrous oxide (N2O) counteract some of the CO2 uptake, according to international researchers led by Australia’s Southern Cross University.
22/05/2023Read more Bachelor of Contemporary Music student Alako Myles wants to rewrite the gigging experience for musicians. He is the brains behind the hugely successful Anemoia Music Festival, held recently at the Aardvark on the Northern Rivers campus.
15/05/2023Read more International and national circular economy experts, together with business and local government representatives, will meet to discuss solutions and waste reduction strategies at Southern Cross University’s Circular Economy Impact Forum tomorrow.
15/05/2023Read more Chief Executive Officer at the Stephanie Alexander Kitchen Garden Foundation Dr Cathy Wilkinson will give a free public talk on how kitchen gardens can build community resilience at the Living Lab Northern Rivers on 18 May.
12/05/2023Read more With a right arm that ends at the elbow, Jessica Stevens-Farmer wondered whether she could achieve her ambition to become a nurse. Though thriving in her Bachelor of Nursing degree at Southern Cross University, she worried the more technical functions required in nursing might be beyond her.
04/05/2023Read more International Day of the Midwife on 5 May celebrates the critical work of midwives around the world, but stress in the profession is an ongoing challenge, says Southern Cross Midwifery graduate Georgina Haver. Thanks to a scholarship, Georgina is now researching stress and burnout in the profession as part of an Honours degree. She believes that formal support networks could help retain skilled and resilient midwives.
26/04/2023Read more It’s time to seriously talk rubbish. We produce almost three tonnes of waste per capita in Australia according to the latest annual figures of the 2022 National Waste Report, and that’s not counting the hundreds of thousands of extra tonnes generated by last year’s devastating flooding across the country.
20/04/2023Read more Four of Australia’s leading education institutions have formed an innovative collaboration with the Northern NSW Local Health District to grow and train the next generation of skilled healthcare workers and pave the way for improved health outcomes in Northern NSW.
04/04/2023Read more More than 450 graduands will cross the stage this week at Southern Cross University’s first Gold Coast ceremony for the year. Two graduands – Tracey Schofield and Lily Kiriyama – share their success following years of hard work.
24/03/2023Read more It is quite the career shift to trade marketing of one of the world’s most iconic surf brands to investigating the link between microbes, trees and greenhouse gas emissions. However, Southern Cross University biogeochemist, Dr Luke Jeffrey, is revelling in the contrast and producing world-leading discovery research.
23/03/2023Read more In May 2022, biogeochemist Dr Judith Rosentreter completed a Research Fellowship at Yale University in the US and then returned to Southern Cross University. The experience enhanced her scientific reputation and fuelled a new challenge informed by global urgency.
15/03/2023Read more Entrepreneurs and small businesses have the opportunity to learn from the best about taking their innovation to a national and global market at an upcoming workshop presented by Southern Cross University, in partnership with Sourdough Business Pathways.
07/03/2023Read more The voices of children and young people, including those who are most vulnerable and marginalised, are not often reflected in the ‘evidence’ that drives policy debates and programs intended to improve their lives. These Southern Cross University researchers are on a mission to change that.
28/02/2023Read more From March 6, Southern Cross University's Coffs Harbour campus will host Practical Legal Training (PLT) from the largest provider of practice-focused legal education in Australasia, the College of Law. PLT is a requirement for all law graduates who wish to be admitted to practise in Australia.