Category Archives: international

Charitable JCU Students To Aid Vanuatu Appeal

Courtesy of CNN

College of Arts, Society and Education (CASE) French Language students are holding a fundraiser next week to raise funds for the people of Vanuatu, after Tropical Cyclone Pam tore through the pacific region last month.

New Colombo Plan Sends JCU Students to Laos For Research Trip


James Cook University archaeology students visited Laos on a research trip to study the Plain of Jars, with funding from the New Colombo Plan.

Five Reasons You Should Go on a JCU Exchange Program


Have you completed a year of study at James Cook University? Are you bored with your everyday routine here, and are looking to spice up your life? You should consider applying to study overseas for a semester or two through

Chasing Rukwa: The Not So Final Frontier


“When I was 15 years old,my parents let me go off to Utah by myself with a team of geologists to camp in the desert for a month to study the rocks. If they hadn’t let me do that when

JCU Research Shines Light on Clownfish Relationships


By Nick Palmisano Marine researchers from James Cook University have revealed the long-distance migration patterns of the Omani Clownfish and the relationship between larvae dispersal and reef sustainability.  Dr Hugo Harrison, from the Australian Research Council’s Centre for Excellence for

 Author Mark Isaacs on Life in Nauru

  Reports of abuse, rape and violence at the Nauru detention centre have dominated the headlines. Activists and author Mark Isaacs gives JCNN an insight into the workings of the controversial detention centre.