Professor Tyrone Carlin, from the University of Sydney, has been appointed as the new Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic)at Southern Cross University.
More than 50 years on from The Rolling Stones’ hit tune ‘Satisfaction’, the question remains – what is sexual satisfaction and how can it be measured? Now researchers from Southern Cross University have taken up the challenge.
University costs continue to rise and students are either deciding to not go to university or are required to compromise their studies as they work to support themselves paying fees and living costs.
Mangroves are highly valued for their efficiency in storing the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. But those calculations need to be adjusted to account for the methane emitted during the carbon burial process
Australia has lagged behind the rest of the world in waste processing and Southern Cross University is bringing Australia to the table.
Southern Cross University is celebrating its placement in the top 100 for the 2018 Times Higher Education Young University Rankings.
The boosting effect of a warmer ocean on the growth rate of baby sea urchins is proving to be a silver lining of a much darker cloud by the time these spiky marine creatures reach adulthood.
Southern Cross University teams up with Solaris Nutraceuticals to research potential benefits of medicinal cannabis.
What do you think? Do we need art to create meaning in public space?
A bold plan outlining the path to creating thousands of jobs and delivering improved returns for the Australian Government’s investments in regional communities has been released by Southern Cross University today.
Ellen Riordan, known as ‘Nell’, was awarded seven medals for her service in the ANZAC Nursing Corps in both World Wars. Southern Cross University will now honour the local nurse’s legacy.
Southern Cross University is facing a cut of $22.7 million over the next four years as part of the Federal Government's plan to slash $617.8 million from universities across NSW.
Lismore has just become the capital of Australia’s first international climate and oceanic research organisation – and its founder has set a very high bar for its first expedition.
Ecohydrologist Dr Damien Maher has been recognised internationally as the recipient of the 2017 Cronin Award for Early Achievement by the Coastal and Estuarine Research Federation.
Mullumbimby High school students took out a double win at the recent Northern Rivers Science and Engineering Competition held at Southern Cross University winning both the one day and three day competitions.
'Looking Up', by Jasmine Hollins, was the winner of this years engineering photo competition at Southern Cross University themed 'Beautiful Engineering’.
When does a refugee start to identify as a local? A series of posters explores that question in a new Lismore-based initiative for national Refugee Week, led by the St Vincent de Paul Society and Southern Cross University.
Native frogs are returning to restored waterways around Rocky Creek Dam after just two years following a project led by Landcare members.
Baseline coal seam gas (CSG) datasets have been established for the Richmond River catchment identifying that there are no methane seeps into the Richmond river.
Local businesses affected by the flood in Lismore can apply to use one of 34 Lismore shopping centre retail spaces or register to use work space and internet access at southern cross university.
A former florist who was widowed with seven children in the middle of her Southern Cross University law course, has been named the 2016 National Indigenous Law Student of the Year.
Lennox Head local Angela Powditch is hopefully off to the UK soon, bar one hitch.
North Coast growers involved in the production of medicinal cannabis should be granted an amnesty from prosecution given the widespread use and growing acceptance of the plant’s medicinal qualities, according to the Nimbin Hemp Embassy.
An audio-visual installation exploring homelessness will be beamed onto the side of the Lismore City Hall tonight.
Academic staff at Southern Cross University are angry that management gave themselves pay increases of 7 per cent in 2013-14 while staff received increases of just two per cent.