The Australian Centre for Study of Armed Conflict and Society (ACSACS) is a multi-disciplinary research and teaching Centre located at UNSW Canberra.
Professor Bruce Bennett, a great writer and distinguished scholar of Australian literature passed away in April 2012. Professor Bennett taught at UNSW Canberra, from 1993 until his retirement. READ MORE
*This article contains corrections to inaccurate biographic references made in some published versions of the recently distributed Alumni newsletter.
Associate Professor Nicole Moore's book The Censor's Library is the first comprehensive examination of Australian book censorship. It is based around the author's discovery of the secret 'Censor's Library' in the National Archive, containing 793 boxes of banned books, prohibited from the 1920s to the 1980s. READ MORE
Using bumblebee aerodynamics to enhance flying robots and research to improve aircraft engine reliability has won two PhD students from UNSW Canberra Amelia Earhart Fellowships. READ MORE
UNSW Canberra offers a range of postgraduate coursework programs encompassing Arts, Business, Engineering and Systems Engineering, IT, Science and Project Management . You can study on campus, by distance and some in intensive mode. Applications for Session 1 close on 20 January 2012.
Enrol in variety of short courses relevant to the Public Service including defence personel, the corporate sector and the broader community. As well as providing valuable learning outcomes, these courses also offer excellent networking opportunities.