Learning lessons in Nepal
Early education students were tested on a trip to Nepal when they ran a classroom with a completely different set of rules.
Hope in action as OT students visit Vietnam
ACU undergraduates spread the benefits of occupational therapy to disadvantaged children in southeast Asia.
Finding your balance: there isn't one 'right' way to go to uni
Even if you're unsure about what to study, everyone can find balance and succeed at uni.
Using new science to reconstruct an ancient past
We chat with the doctor who has pioneered a new technique to analyse ancient residue inside artefacts to help reconstruct history.
Preserving culinary culture in an Indonesian idyll
The ACU students who got off the beaten track in an Aussie tourist hotspot.
Finding a path forward
Malou Lueth never believed uni was for him, now he's studying a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce double degree.
Studying in Rome
Seeing the world through the eyes of others was an irresistible opportunity for two students who ventured to the Rome Campus.
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