Finding a new home in Australia
JCU Singapore’s Professor Eddy Ng tells us why it makes a huge difference that skilled migrants are encouraged to integrate and not to assimilate.
Managing a way to the top
JCU’s Associate Professor Hilary Whitehouse has spent her career working tirelessly to promote the power of action, great or small, in facilitating environmental change.
Promoting Indigenous success
Get up! Stand up! Show up!
As NAIDOC Week 2022 begins, JCU Alumni Jesse Martin emphasises the importance of getting up, standing up, and showing up to fight for change in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
The power of conversation
Eddie Mabo’s pursuit of what would become the Native Title Act started at JCU Townsville with a conversation between himself and two friends, academics Henry Reynolds and Noel Loos.
Exploring a tropical agenda
How to stop poaching in marine reserves
Millions of people rely on fish and seafood from coral reefs. How can researchers work with local communities to protect marine life while providing for their families?
Tropical lifestyles, tropical stories
Dr Nick Osbaldiston has a keen interest in understanding individuals’ lifestyles and societal patterns. This Social Sciences Week, Nick gives insight into peoples’ lifestyle and insurance decisions.