The College of Arts, Education and Social Media is ever-evolving. Check out some of the latest news stories coming out of the College.

Work Integrated Learning at Fashion Festival

Fashion photography by Creative Arts & Media students was on show at the Townsville Fashion Festival recently. The students also did a stand-out job backstage and as event photographers.

Archaeology Discovery Makes the News

The earliest Australians were seafarers but until now we've known little about them. Research by JCU Professor Sean Ulm and collaborators begins to fill in some of these gaps. See more on The Conversation.

Students Enjoy Samoa Semester Exchange

Multimedia Journalism student Chloe Chomicki, Media and Writing student Taileah Watson and Political Science student Derek Davies have just returned from a semester at the National University of Samoa.

Demystifying Criminal Justice Social Work

AProf Abraham Francis and Dr Mark Chong have launched a collaborative work, ‘Demystifying Criminal Justice Social Work in India’, that will be a valuable resource for Social Work students.

JCU and CSIRO Join Forces

A joint project made possible by JCU's Max Lenoy and CSIRO's Mhairi and Jesse King, ‘Inquiry for Indigenous Science Students’ (I2S2), is a hit with Thuringowa SHS students who visited campus recently.

ALTARnate Reality for Filmmakers

The Anthropological Laboratory for Tropical Audiovisual Research (ALTAR) uses film to bring stories to life. PhD student Melusine Martin is working with the group as she explores how technology is affecting our relationship with nature.

Social Entrepreneurship the Way of the Future

In recent years, social entrepreneurship has emerged as a promising approach that uses business techniques to address socioeconomic inequalities. Dr Narayan Gopalkrishnan and collaborators have formed the Social Entrepreneurship in Southeast Asia (SESA) Network to further the cause.

Spotlight on Saving Languages

In an important move for preserving languages, Professor Sasha Aikhenvald recently lead the offical opening of The Tropical Languages and Cultures Documentation Laboratory alongside the launch of new book publications at The Cairns Institute.

Developing Closer Ties to Singapore

As part of the Ghost Nets of the Ocean Festival, JCU Professor of Education Chris Walsh conducted a fun coding and robotic workshop for parents and children.

See more stories in the ShowCASE video archive.