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10 February 2015
Chiropractic Science students

Australian students are now definitely in the mix at CQUniversity's metro campuses, which were originally established to serve international students.

10 December 2014
Prof Stephen Colbran shows off one of the animations

CQUniversity Law lecturer Professor Stephen Colbran is $25,000 richer having won a Teaching Excellence Award during the Australian Awards for University Teaching in Canberra.

24 November 2014

Everybody should stop worrying about how students use (or abuse) technology in the classroom and just start working out the best way to use it for learning.

Olav says ‘world’s oldest overseas charity worker’ a deserving award winner

Olav Muurlink's decision  to support an irascible but courageous old man to the ends of the earth has culminated with that man – Fred Hyde AM – winning the Queensland Senior Australian of the Year award and becoming a national finalist. Read more

Published: 30 October 2014

CQUniversity’s BMA Scholarship a boost for wheelchair basketballer

Thomas Holland has overcome plenty of challenges in his life – but attending CQUniversity in Brisbane has been a breeze. Read more

Published: 24 October 2014

Educators embrace MASK-ED, debate use of silicone 'private parts' for health simulations

Australia's growing band of 'masked educators' recently staged a novel debate, with a conference session titled 'Should I Be Showing My Bits?'. Read more

Published: 13 October 2014

Not For Profits can consider free help from students based in Brisbane CBD

Not For Profit or charitable organisations can consider free help from Information and Communications Technology (ICT) students based in Brisbane's CBD. Read more

Published: 29 September 2014

Spotlight on Asset and Maintenance Management bears fruit

CQUniversity's Asset and Maintenance Management program has attracted interest from Australian and overseas sources, thanks to an exhibition booth for an international congress in Brisbane. Read more

Published: 26 September 2014

Five hours of travel a day part of Jodilee’s career journey to become midwife

Over an 18-month period Jodilee West routinely woke at 3.30am and travelled for 2.5 hours by bus and train from Murwillumah in northern NSW to work at the Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital. Read more

Published: 21 August 2014

Her own baby scan scare averted, Gold Coast mum aspires to become sonographer

During her first pregnancy Belinda Alfonso had the 'overwhelming' experience of finding that her baby had a hole in his heart due to a condition known as Ventricular septal defect (VSD). Read more

Published: 13 August 2014