20/04/2021Read more A battle of the ages has unfolded at Southern Cross University, with a dynamic group of Gold Coast seniors taking on the city’s sharpest young minds in the latest evolution of the ground-breaking Ask Gran Not Google program.
13/04/2021Read more She is the tooth researcher who is helping unlock the myths around Bigfoot and Yeti. And now PhD researcher Marian Bailey has stepped into the studio at Southern Cross University Lismore campus to chat with Snowy Frankland for the new much-anticipated SCU Buzz podcast.
31/03/2021Read more Water quality management in the ocean often targets visible pollution sources such as sewage, rivers or ships. A new global study, led by researchers at the University of Gothenburg and Southern Cross University, reveals invisible groundwater discharges may be just as important in driving nitrogen into coastal waters.
24/03/2021Read more “As humans we’ve had a propensity to make art, to make images and objects, in every place and time since someone picked up a tool. That’s what makes us fully human in my opinion and I can’t understand: as this is a human cultural practice – why are we bleeding it out of the school system? Why are we putting it to the edges, or the last thing on a Friday afternoon? I mean, I could teach a student in secondary school anything through the arts.”
22/03/2021Read more He’s passionate about aligning student assessment and experience with cutting-edge industry learning, and now Southern Cross University long-time lecturer Dr Michael Whelan has won a national University Teaching citation.
20/03/2021Read more From tracking tuna across the Pacific Ocean to brightening clouds over the Great Barrier Reef, Southern Cross University’s Dr Daniel Harrison is working to protect our ecosystems before it’s too late. This unfortunately, he says, is likely to be far sooner than most people realise: “I personally think we’re going to start seeing very, very rapid decline of the reef over the next decade.”
Researcher Spotlight: Associate Professor Romy Lauche of the National Centre for Naturopathic MedicineRead more Associate Professor Romy Lauche is a qualified psychologist with a PhD in medical sciences. She is extensively experienced with all facets of clinical and non-clinical research including research methodology, systematic reviews, meta-analysis, mixed-methods research, and statistical analyses of large population health datasets.
10/03/2021Read more Exploring how our region’s rivers provide a creative link to interpret the way we think, live and interact is the theme for a Northern Rivers based Speaking With the River exhibition that opens on 11 March.
08/03/2021Read more With some of the best engineering laboratories in regional Australia, industry-leading staff and a graduate employment rate of almost 100 per cent, there’s no guessing why Southern Cross University’s engineering degree has been named the best in the country.
02/03/2021Read more Southern Cross University, TAFE NSW, Coffs Harbour Senior College and Coffs Harbour City Council (CHCC) are delighted to announce the completion of a major upgrade and refurbishment to D Block Theatre at the Coffs Harbour Education Campus (CHEC).
11/02/2021Read more Researchers are inviting parents to have their say in the development of future healthcare services for children by sharing their views on how they have managed common health issues, including the treatments and services they access and what factors influence these decisions.
09/02/2021Read more Southern Cross University exercise physiologists are testing if cardio, weights or a combination of both exercises is best for treating patients with high blood pressure in a ground-breaking study.
03/02/2021Read more A pilot study being conducted at the National Centre for Naturopathic Medicine is investigating a controversial topic – how cannabis, medicinal or recreational, is used, accessed and how it may benefit individuals with Parkinson’s Disease.
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.