Tag Archives: Education

New Colombo Plan Sends JCU Students to Laos For Research Trip

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

Uni Club Hosts First JCU Poetry Slam

JCU held its inaugural Poetry Slam CREDIT: http://ndsmcobserver.com/

Exchange student Julia Dunn held a poetry slam last Thursday night in a James Cook University first.  By Jemma Boisen The Uni Club created history last Thursday night by holding a poetry slam, organised by American exchange student Julia Dunn. Julia, an environmental education major, said that poetry

Drawing the Line on Poverty

Challenge: JCU students are endeavouring to 'Live Below the Line.'

25 John Flynn College residents are fundraising to change the lives of thousands of young people living in extreme poverty. By Gabrielle Vacher

Norwegian School Welcomes Exchange

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Norway’s Creative College Norges Kreative Høyskole is looking to welcome exchange students from JCU for a semester in classes that would be taught in English. By Cornelia Koppang Henriksen

A Cyber-Education

Cyber bullying does not have to exist. PHOTO CREDIT: Social Media Marketing

Cyber Bullying is still a problem especially among young adults. By Domanii Cameron

Mad Hatters at Lunch

Dr Donnalee Taylor and volunteer students Veronica Munday-Stevens, Stephanie Burges, Rose Blackwood, Philippa Thomas and Taryn Don.

Every fourth Friday of the month the first year biomedical science students get together for a freaky lunch to relax, meet fellow students and form a community. By Cornelia Koppang Henriksen