From refugee to PhD
Thae Oo Khaing spent the better part of 15 years in a refugee camp. Today she is undertaking a PhD at ACU Melbourne.
The fine art of BSing
Modern-day culture is drowning in bullsh*t. Professor Phil Parker explains why this is a danger to society.
The power to change the world
Donna Power is a ‘mumpreneur’ on a mission to be part of the “antidote to suffering” in one of the poorest countries in the world.
Taking a step towards more walkable cities
Australia’s car-centric urban centres should aim for a pedestrian-friendly future, says ACU’s Professor Ester Cerin.
Painting the portrait of popes and princesses
The former Red Guard revolutionary who became a portraitist to fame and royalty.
A conversation with a world-class sociologist
One of the world’s most celebrated sociologists talks faith, politics, society, the human body, and the life well-lived.
Unlocking the inner motivation of student learners
A conversation with Professor Johnmarshall Reeve, a world leading researcher of educational psychology and human motivation.
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