Complex challenges often demand to find innovative solutions. University of New England (UNE) researchers and their international collaborative partners are engaging on important challenges and are making a positive impact on the environment, health, society, culture, public policy, and the quality of life in neighbouring communities.

Professor Heiko Daniel, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research)


UNE’s latest research stories


Latest stories from our graduate researchers

  • Myanmar landscape with tall palms, trees, and forested mountains in the background, with low lying dwellings in the foreground.
    Grounded: Grassroots Environmental Peacebuilding in Myanmar
    Dr. Johanna Garnett, who recently completed her doctoral research at UNE on the conflict in Myanmar, found that the conflict was linked to the historical clash between authority and democracy, and is fundamentally a conflict between environmental quality and economic development. Researcher: Dr Johanna Garnett, School of Humanities Australians are not all that familiar with…
  • Dusty sunset with a cowboy on a horse mustering cattle.
    Unfinished Business
    Michael Brogan’s research is motivated by a long-running encounter with anthropological filmmaking, educational policy and practice, and the politics of Indigenous representation.
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