I so often take gifts like safe drinking water for granted! It’s crazy to think that one in ten people do not have access to something so readily available in countries like Australia.
Two education students from Federation University are preparing to make the trek to Geelong to participate in the Southern University Games, commencing 2 July.
On Friday 28 April 2017, 22 Berwick, Churchill, and Mt Helen FedUni students travelled to one location to display their strengths and help each other work through questions regarding leadership.
Early on a chilly Friday morning, a small band of hardy IT students from FedUni Gippsland met at the Churchill campus, eager to embark on a journey of epic proportions.
I had the amazing privilege of being a part of the ‘Hike to Higher Education’ program in 2016. Ambassadors from the Australian National Academy of Music (ANAM), volunteers from Anglicare Victoria, and representatives of Federation University formed part of the… Continue Reading →
by Sarah Curtis I recently had the privilege of attending the Australian Fellowship of Evangelical Students annual conference, the National Training Event (NTE), from 3—7 December. Around 1700 Christian university students congregated from across Australia and overseas. It made for… Continue Reading →