Why we need to take care of our ED nurses

As a community, we may now be living with COVID-19, but the pressure on our healthcare front line is not over for our ED nurses.

Why we lack digital empathy and how we can cultivate it

7 September 2022

Cyber abuse, including cyberbullying and internet trolling is a growing problem in Australia. Rather than just legislating against these behaviours, educators, parents and the community need to teach digital empathy, says Dr Evita March.

Self-care through self-compassion

6 September 2022

During this Women’s Health Week, we need to spend time on ourselves to develop our self-care skills, writes Dr Lynne Reeder.

COVID safety at Federation University and Federation TAFE

27 September 2022

Federation University Australia offers welcoming and safe regional campuses and high-quality teaching and learning across TAFE, higher education and research.

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Menzies Oration Series presents, Do I have a future? A better deal for young people in Australia

1 September 2022

VIDEO  Federation University co-hosted the 2022 Menzies Foundation Oration 'Do I have a future? A better deal for young people in Australia'.

Harnessing the power of many

1 September 2022

CeRDI has been instrumental in a citizen science project monitoring the 150g migratory shorebird known as Latham’s snipe. Now it is also assessing the value of the urban wetlands the bird uses.


Surging global demand creates opportunity for versatile plants

29 August 2022

Researchers are trialing the economic potential of industrial hemp, a crop that produces both fibre and seeds that can be used in products as far ranging as textiles, biofuel and building materials.

From biopolymers to recycled tyres — research could pave the way for better roads

25 August 2022

Scorching summers and cold, wet winters are contributing to the poor quality of our roads – a double whammy for engineers who have to deal with clay soils that move as the seasons change.

A cooperative way to meet the skills needs of our regional communities

19 August 2022

Federation University’s history dates back to 1870 when the School of Mines, a teaching institution serving a city riding high on rivers of gold, was opened in response to the needs of the time.