Australian Catholic University's Peter Faber Business School (PFBS) reaffirms an enduring commitment to engage and collaborate widely with the business community. On Tuesday, 17 April at the Peter Cosgrove Centre in North Sydney, the PFBS hosted and facilitated a Roundtable for family businesses, and small to medium size enterprises centred on three themes of people, practices and prosperity.
US Missile Strikes on Syria in the aftermath of chemical weapons attacks. They were illegal under International Law. But were they wrong? Join the informal Thomas More Law School's Lunchtime Seminar and find out more about one of the most vexed moral, political and legal issues of our time.
On 17 April, 27 students from the island nation of Solomon Islands were recognised for an outstanding achievement that many believed was not possible. Their unique journey was one of extreme dedication, self-sacrifice, and pure drive, made possible by ACU’s Executive Education.
There’s a lot to learn on the journey to landing your dream job. ACU can help. We are hosting a CPA Australia Profession Session on campus. This is a free exclusive accounting conference for all students.
Australian Catholic University, Faculty of Law and Business is pleased to facilitate a roundtable discussion entitled Family Business and SME Roundtable: People, Practices and Prosperity. Small businesses, many of which are family businesses, make a huge contribution to national prosperity.
Arguing that deaf people should be allowed to serve as jurors was the finding of a research article led by ACU Professor David Spencer who, with a team of researchers, has been awarded The Australian Journal of Human Rights’ Andrea Durbach Award for Human Rights Scholarship.
Five Thomas More Law School and eight Peter Faber Business students were selected to participate in the first international study tour of the year under the New Colombo Plan. The trip included lead lecturers Sr. Thuy-Linh Nguyen (Business - Melbourne) and Dominic Cudmore (Law – North Sydney).