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Established in 1961, the James Cook University is a public university located in Queensland, Australia. It is the second oldest university in state of Queensland. The university campuses are located in Cairns, Singapore and Townsville. It also has study centers in Mount Isa, Mackay and Thursday Island.
The James Cook University comprises of 7 colleges: College of Arts, Society and Education; College of Business, Law and Governance; College of Healthcare Sciences; College of Medicine and Dentistry; College of Public Health, Medical & Veterinary Sciences; College of Science and Engineering; and Indigenous Education and Research Centre. The colleges are nested within two divisions Division of Tropical Environments and Societies and Division of Tropical Health and Medicine. JCU’s staff and students conduct research in the following areas: environmental science and management, fisheries sciences, geochemistry, geology, evolutionary biology, plant biology, zoology, tourism, inorganic chemistry, oceanography, physical geography and environmental geoscience, biochemistry and cell biology, genetics, materials engineering, immunology, neurosciences, nursing, specialist studies in education, anthropology, human geography, linguistics and historical studies.