Educational Resources

Our students, academics and teaching teams collaborate with a range of stakeholders, including government and non-governmental organisations (NGO's) to develop educational resources that identify solutions that lead towards a more sustainable and better future.


At CQUniversity, we have embedded social innovation principals across our courses, business practices, and our locations. We work with government, industry, business and community to encourage and empower our students to identify solutions to local, national and global challenges and to drive change.

Our focus on social innovation has lead to a range of opportunities for our students and the development of educational resources and initiatives that lead to a more sustainable future.

View our 2019 Social Innovation Brochure. You can also view previous versions by downloading our 2018 Social Innovation Brochure.

What we did in 2018

View a sample of the activities where CQUniversity has collaborated and engaged with stakeholders in the development of educational resources that align to themes of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

  • CQUniversity Changemaker students as part of Anti-Poverty week developed an online awareness resource plus activities called #thinkaboutit to identify solutions to world poverty.

CQUniversity leads the 10,000 steps program to improve community health and wellbeing. It is a program that started in Rockhampton and is now a national community-based health initiative.

CQUniversity supports the Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research which convened the biannual Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum to bring together practitioners in domestic violence to discuss pertinent issues for indigenous communities. In addition, CQUniversity has developed professional development opportunities in domestic and family violence studies.

  • CQUniversity in collaboration with community service entities and other universities has developed the Choices program to educate year 12 school students on safe behaviour in their post year 12 school celebrations.
  • CQUniversity’s Community Aspirations Program in Education (Cap-Ed) created a bespoke teaching approach to support the delivery of certificate qualifications to remote indigenous communities.
  • Project Booyah in collaboration with Queensland Police, Police Citizen Youth Club and the Queensland Government provides at-risk students with hospitality training.