Children’s voices are crucial in informing father-focused interventions that hold perpetrators of domestic and family violence accountable for their role as a parent.
Sixty-five teachers converged on the Brisbane CBD this week to learn how to use mixed reality, robotics and wearable technology in their classrooms.
Methods to reduce the chance of incidents like the BP Deepwater Horizon disaster from reoccurring in the future was just one of the aspects of a presentation by a leading human factors expert at CQUniversity Brisbane this week.
Published: 28 August 2017
CQUniversity graduate Simon Clements is behind one of the leading Queensland nominations for the Science Innovation Award category of the 2017 Healthy Land and Water Awards. Read more
Published: 27 July 2017
Queensland nurses and midwives are experiencing increased violence in public, private and aged care facilities. Read more
Published: 19 July 2017
Making time for activity is key to a healthy lifestyle – and Brisbane mum and CQUniversity graduate Monique Healy is proof that the juggle is possible. Read more
Published: 18 July 2017
As the monsoon begins in southern Bangladesh, children are forced to wade, rather than walk, to school, particularly on the southern island of Bhola where the Australian charity headed by CQUni senior lecturer Olav Muurlink has its network of schools. Read more
Published: 30 May 2017
Her parents took a chance on starting a new life in Australia – and that family history has inspired CQUniversity student Kimberley Trando to seize opportunities for social innovation, and tackling social justice issues. Read more
Published: 17 May 2017
Pedagogy before Technology. That's the mantra espoused by CQUniversity's Dr Michael Cowling, Senior Lecturer in Educational Technology in the School of Engineering & Technology. Read more
Published: 04 April 2017