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Managing your personal finances
What does the future have in-store for finance? In this bite-sized lecture, Professor Carsten Murawski from the Department of Finance and co-director of the Brain, Mind & Markets Laboratory explains why managing your personal finances can be so tricky and how technology is set to help.
The link between transport and infectious diseases
What does economics have to do with healthcare? Dr John Tang, Senior Lecturer in Economics, explains how the study of economic history can help us understand the problems of today, including the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19.
How diet can improve teen health
Good nutrition and a 'healthy food environment' are vital for development and the creation of healthy habits to set young people up for a healthy life, explains Senior Lecturer (Human Nutrition), Dr Anita Lawrence in this bite-sized lecture.
Agriculture can be climate neutral by 2030
Climate neutral agriculture is becoming achievable. Find out more about what can be done with Professor Richard Eckard, who teaches in the Bachelor of Agriculture and Master of Agricultural Sciences.
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Wellbeing in the time of COVID-19
Enrol now in a series of free short courses for staff and students to help you improve your wellbeing. These short courses will each provide valuable life-skills and understanding which will improve and maintain well-being even in the face of challenging life circumstances.
Find an alumni mentor
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Hear from our Bachelor of Commerce students as they provide information and tips to help you manage your finances.
Hearing language: 50 Words Project allows people to hear local Indigenous words
A new online resource – the 50 Words Project – makes words from local Indigenous languages available for every Australian to hear and learn.
What makes super-viral content so shareable
Dr Brent Coker researches what makes social media content shareable. He reveals what psychological triggers evoke sharing motives, and how they are activated.
What's next for the Republicans after Trump
If you are conservative, there are at least five reasons to feel concerned about Trump’s legacy — and another five to feel quite optimistic about it.
Without sustainable cities, global developments will fail
Australian cities are integrating the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals into their own COVID-19 Recovery Plans, using local action to drive global sustainability.