11 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.

30 May 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.

09 May 2018

CQUniversity researcher Dr Michael Cowling has been recognised among the Advance Queensland Community Digital Champions for 2018.

CQUni hosts training programs for Bangladeshi public sector managers

CQUniversity Brisbane recently hosted the first of four short training programs for public sector managers from Bangladesh. Read more

Published: 02 May 2018

Transformative ideas for people with a disability at Brisbane Social Innovation Workshop

Many of us struggle to even imagine the future – but a group of dedicated changemakers has converged on CQUni Brisbane for the three-day Social Innovation Workshop, determined to help design it. Read more

Published: 16 April 2018

CQUni academic goes 'off map' to scope site for remote Bangladeshi schools

Social Innovation lecturer Dr Olav Muurlink has spent his summer holidays on an island so remote that it's not even marked on Google Maps. Read more

Published: 18 January 2018

Immersive tech is great if you can prevent students feeling like bystanders

Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) are all the rage but how can they be adapted to enhance education or skills development in a group or classroom setting? Read more

Published: 06 December 2017

Northern Australia boom bitten by public health threat

An influx of southerners moving into Northern Australia has Queensland scientists concerned that this new population won’t respond well to one local – the mosquito. Read more

Published: 28 November 2017

Confronting violent fathers with the effects on their children

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. Read more

Published: 13 November 2017

Brisbane teachers keen on mixed reality, robotics and wearable tech

Sixty-five teachers converged on the Brisbane CBD this week to learn how to use mixed reality, robotics and wearable technology in their classrooms. Read more

Published: 31 October 2017