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James Cook University in Singapore signs MOU with Mandai Wildlife Group to promote student engagement
Thu, 1 Jun 2023
Under the Memorandum of Understanding, James Cook University in Singapore aims to collaborate with Mandai Wildlife Group in areas such as guest lectures and support for student projects.

Professor Chris Rudd OBE has received the Chinese Government Friendship Award
Tue, 9 May 2023
The award recognises significant contributions to China’s socialist modernisation and international exchange and cooperation.

Sustainability and Circular Economy researchers’ work designated “Best Paper” at 83rd Academy of Management Meeting in Boston
Tue, 2 May 2023
Five researchers from the Sustainability Research Cluster at James Cook University in Singapore will be disseminating the latest knowledge at the forthcoming 83rd Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management in Boston, Massachusetts this year.

How does loneliness impact well-being among youth?
Fri, 14 Apr 2023
Research explores the experience of loneliness influencing well-being among youths.

James Cook University in Singapore receives prestigious EduTrust Star award for the third time
Tue, 11 Apr 2023
The third consecutive EduTrust Star award for James Cook University in Singapore reaffirms the University’s commitment to quality.

Discover how hawker centres impact community wellbeing in Singapore
Wed, 8 Mar 2023
Research examines how the use of social spaces, namely hawker centres, has contributed to community wellbeing in Singapore during the COVID‐19 pandemic.

SEIGOP 2023 Conference at James Cook University, Singapore addresses key global challenges
Wed, 8 Mar 2023
The SEIGOP 2023 Conference aimed to create a platform for academics, researchers, industry practitioners and students to share their research on sustainability, organisational psychology, and more with other global experts.

Hikikomori risk factors linked to social withdrawal tendencies among young adults in Singapore
Thu, 2 Mar 2023
Individuals who feel like they do not fit in — because of depression, supressing emotions, or more — may be more likely to withdraw from society.

Fear of death may motivate us to play games excessively
Wed, 18 Jan 2023
A new study examines our fear of death as an unconscious motivation for gaming.

Indigenous leader elected as JCU’s next Chancellor
Fri, 13 Jan 2023
A passionate advocate for better Indigenous health outcomes and one of the nation’s first Indigenous medical graduates, Professor Ngiare Brown, has been named the next Chancellor of James Cook University. She will be JCU’s first female and first Indigenous Chancellor.

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