18/01/2021Read more Comparing the effects of relaxation methods and facilitated support groups for women affected by domestic violence is the focus of a new study lead by the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine.
21/12/2020Read more Southern Cross University music students not only get to perform at major Australian music festivals and collaborate with like-minded creatives, but their mentorship experience from industry-leading professionals is second-to-none.
20/12/2020Read more Collaboration with industry partners and other universities is a recipe for success – just ask the staff of the Southern Cross University Careers and Employability service. They were part of a team recently awarded the National Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services Award for Excellence in Collaboration.
18/12/2020Read more As Australia’s most internationally-awarded brewery, Burleigh Brewing employs more than 60 staff to produce their wide range of high-quality craft beers. Burleigh Brewing Chief Operating Officer and Southern Cross University MBA graduate Scott Lyall has helped the iconic Gold Coast business almost double its sales in the past three years.
18/12/2020Read more Many Aussies have had their holiday plans changed dramatically this year, but Southern Cross University tourism expert adjunct Professor Kevin Markwell predicts where punters will choose to holiday locally this year, and how to make the most of it!
17/12/2020Read more Despite the most widespread bleaching event ever recorded, Southern Cross University researchers have found more than 60 coral colonies, born through the first Coral IVF trial on the Reef in 2016, thriving and likely to spawn next year.
16/12/2020Read more It is safe to say that 2020 has been a huge year for everyone. If navigating a global pandemic wasn’t enough, the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine officially launched with three major leadership positions.
14/12/2020Read more In celebration of naturopaths and complementary medicine practitioners around the world, the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine featured a series, ‘Shining a Light’, that told stories of trail-blazers who are doing fascinating work in their field. The series showcases the valuable contribution that naturopathy and complementary medicine plays in healthcare.
20/11/2020Read more The Parliamentary Friends of Regenerative Agriculture Group, which aims to garner cross-partisan government support for large-scale adoption of regenerative agriculture, will be officially launched today on National Agriculture Day.
19/11/2020Read more Graduates from three regional universities including Southern Cross bucked the trend of a COVID-induced labour market downturn in 2019-2020, according to new national data on employment outcomes.
16/11/2020Read more During the time of the Soviet Union, a targeted research directive on the popular adaptogenic herb Eleutherococcus – also known as Siberian ginseng – was undertaken in the USSR, that until recently has been kept largely hidden from the global scientific community.
13/11/2020Read more Tea tree is an Australian native plant well known around the world for its antimicrobial properties. Yet a lack of accessible information related to its safety, efficacy and applications has led researchers at Southern Cross University to commence a new study further investigating the medicinal plant.
05/11/2020Read more In a first for Australian higher education, and an exciting development for the profession, the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine has launched its groundbreaking postgraduate naturopathic medicine courses.
30/10/2020Read more How women are managing endometriosis while working from home due to workplace changes during the COVID-19 pandemic is the focus of a new online survey led by the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine.