15 February 2017

The latest reports estimate there will be a million Aussies with dementia by 2056 so it's time to get serious about planning for them.

16 January 2017
Courts are in the cross-fire of domestic violence – are there lessons to be learnt?
20 December 2016

A leader of the Australian ambulance and paramedic services has been recognised through conferral of the honorary degree of Doctor of the University, during the recent CQUniversity graduation ceremony in Brisbane (16 Dec).

Brisbane graduation honours leaders from legal and emergency services sectors

CQUniversity has honoured leaders from the legal and emergency services sectors during its recent Brisbane graduation ceremony (16 Dec). Read more

Published: 19 December 2016

Fossils re-constructed and converted into artwork

It was a case of art meets science, with fossils being brought to life by Synchrotron light. Read more

Published: 13 December 2016

Wrapping your mind around a more playful world of learning

Some people just see the world differently. Dr Michael Cowling is certainly one of them. He’s determined to leave no technological stone unturned to find better ways of teaching and learning. Read more

Published: 07 November 2016

Wringing the best out of student leaders, with help from Orange Sky Laundry

CQUniversity has ensured more than 100 students have the chance to boost their leadership potential, drawing inspiration from the founders of Orange Sky Laundry, winners of The Big Idea social enterprise competition and volunteers for Engineers Without Borders. Read more

Published: 31 October 2016

Brisbane-based alumni rally to join Regional Engagement Committee

There was an overwhelmingly positive response when CQUniversity Brisbane put out a call for alumni keen to join its new Region Engagement Committee. Read more

Published: 26 October 2016

New 'Design Error' book aims to avert failures and fiascos

A new book by CQUniversity academic Dr Ron Day aims to prevent future projects like the Queensland Health payroll fiasco, the delayed Petrie-Redcliffe rail link, and the new $5 note that can't be used in many machines. Read more

Published: 17 October 2016

High praise for new book on effective communication in the workplace

Two CQUniversity academics are co-authors of a new book which was shortlisted for the recent Australian 2016 Educational Publishing Awards. Read more

Published: 11 October 2016