A crime thriller written as part of a CQUniversity PhD research project is among 19 novels selected from 660 entries for the 2018 Richell Prize for Emerging Writers Longlist.
Nicole Urmston was one of 16 CQUni Chiropractic students who recently woke at 5 am on a rainy morning to provide care to participants of the Sunday Mail Bridge to Brisbane event.
Well-being and resilience at work were in the spotlight this week at CQUniversity Brisbane. Read more
Published: 21 June 2018
CQUniversity is determined to change the world for the better – and with a newly-launched suite of social change initiatives, the innovation leader is inspiring and empowering the next generation of changemakers. Read more
Published: 20 June 2018
Alecia Chan and Linda Reader were among 10 enthusiastic Chiropractic Science students who volunteered at the recent MS Queensland Brissie to Bay Bike Ride. Read more
Published: 19 June 2018
Two of CQUniversity's final-year Speech Pathology students have had the chance to experience work as part of a multidisciplinary team assessing children who are experiencing developmental problems. Read more
Published: 12 June 2018
Federal Minister for Aged Care Ken Wyatt AM has this week (Monday 11 June) launched an innovative national research project that aims to assess the effectiveness of technology in supporting carers of people with dementia. Read more
Published: 11 June 2018
A national forum held this week in Brisbane reported the findings of a national-funded project that aims to address the gap between policy and implementation by discussing strategies for improving the educational outcomes of Indigenous students. Read more
Published: 30 May 2018
CQUniversity researcher Dr Michael Cowling has been recognised among the Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions for 2018. Read more
Published: 09 May 2018