Fresh from a controversial Olympic Games in Rio, with large-scale banning of athletes for the use of performance-enhancing drugs, the question of ethics in sport has become a hot button issue.
Ethics of research with children: would you make the call?Dr Thomas Murray will be exploring in his public lecture titled Relationships, Autonomy, and the Ethics of Research on Children
Government boost for innovation collaborationA NSW government grant will allow ACU to connect with emerging small and medium enterprises to share resources, knowledge, research
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ACU student Ellie Cole has further solidified her reputation as one of the stars of Australian swimming, claiming three medals at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio.
ACU student Ellie Cole and alumni Melissa “Milly” Tapper have their sights set on the podium in Rio as the 2016 Paralympic Games got underway in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Ellen Druce holds a unique position in ACU’s history beyond being part of the first Melbourne graduating class of Occupational Therapists.
ACU researcher Lynette Riley has already gained widespread recognition for her work in Indigenous education and on Wednesday she became part of Australian history.
Sydney-based poet Mark Tredinnick has won the 2016 ACU Poetry Prize for his piece The Horse.
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