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Professional short courses

CPAS has several upcoming short courses and workshops available, with focuses on policy, strategies and project design

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Mulligan's Flat Nature Reserve

PhD Research Opportunity

Enhancing people’s relationship with nature in Australia’s ‘Bush Capital’

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Science and Public Good Symposium outcome poster

UNESCO Chair in Science Communication for the Public Good

Connect, integrate and exchange knowledge about nature, equity and prosperity.

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Discover our degree programs and courses.

Our courses mix practical science communication skills with theory and research skills.

Advance your science career with a postgraduate qualification in science communication.

Make an original contribution to human knowledge, research and development with this postgraduate degree. 

Professional short courses and workshops »

Whether would like to add value to your science, learn how to simply explain your research, be more relaxed during your public presentations or simply hone your communication skills, attend a CPAS short course.

Research »

We conduct research into diverse topics pertinent to science communication theory and practice.

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Our research themes reflect the Centre's cross-disciplinary approach to science communication.

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A list details past and present research projects conducted at CPAS. It provides a good indication of the nature of science communication as well as the breadth of research topics that can be broached in this discipline.

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Discover how our research impacts the way science is communicated to and perceived by the general public.

Christer De Silva during a conversation cafe
Thursday, 13 Jun 2024

Christer De Silva learned uncertainty might be needed, during his workshop on transforming the narrative at the University of Twente

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Thomas Hukahu is the first ever recipient of the Mike Gore Scholarship
Wednesday, 12 Jun 2024

For Thomas Hukahu, coming to ANU as the first ever recipient of the Mike Gore Scholarship touches his past, present and future.

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Researchers on Mulligans Flat
Friday, 31 May 2024

We are seeking PhD applicants from diverse social science fields for an exciting new opportunity to conduct inter-disciplinary and mixed-method collaborative research on the complex relationship between natural and social systems in and surrounding the Mulligans Flat Woodland Sanctuary, ACT.

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