Setting limits makes a difference, but gamblers need more prompts to opt-in: CQU research

17 January 2022

CQUniversity researchers have found bet limits can help keep Australia’s online gamblers out of hot water, but the majority of consumers aren’t using the money-saving mechanism.

Gamblers prefer upbeat messages that focus on spending less, research finds

17 January 2022

Researchers from CQUniversity have found that positive messages to help manage online gambling are more likely to encourage punters to take action.

Musician and author Matthew adds CQU teaching degree to his list of achievements

10 December 2021

He’s a musician, a children’s author and a traveller, but now Matthew Barker can add aspiring teacher to his repertoire after he successfully graduated with a Bachelor of Education (Primary) from CQUniversity this week.

Bundy nurse gains second PhD at local graduation

For many people the thought of completing an undergraduate degree can seem overwhelming but one Bundaberg nurse has this week achieved an amazing feat by being awarded with her second PhD qualification. Dr Danielle Le Lagadec has now obtained PhDs in two unrelated fields, from two universities, on two different continents, in two different centuries. Read more

Published: 09 December 2021

Occupational Therapy graduates provide a healthy boost for Bundaberg

CQUniversity Occupational Therapy graduates Harriet Pennington and Ashleigh Agius have led different lives, but their passion for helping others is a shared trait that has radiated throughout their studies. Read more

Published: 09 December 2021

Jardel graduates with Engineering degree and a career in the mining industry

When Jardel Palmer crossed the stage at the 2021 CQUniversity Bundaberg Graduation Ceremony this week she proved to herself that success really is a matter of mind over body. Read more

Published: 09 December 2021

Graduation empowers Kristy's passion to help teach children with additional needs

Kristy Jenkins’ dream of helping teach young children with additional needs became reality when she crossed the stage to receive her Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) at the 2021 CQUniversity Bundaberg graduation ceremony on 9 December. Read more

Published: 09 December 2021

Bundy students explore engineering as demand for grads heats up

A group of Year 11 students from Shalom College Bundaberg have attended an immersive engineering learning experience, at the CQUniversity Bundaberg campus where they learned more about the different areas of engineering specialisation and career options available. Read more

Published: 18 November 2021

Agriculture studies lands Beth dream job at renowned ag business

After graduating high school, Beth Lazell embarked on a journey to complete a degree in Social Work.But she quickly realised that the seed for her passion for agriculture was planted many years ago when she would escape the Brisbane city life to spend her school holidays working and playing on her family’s farm on the outskirts of Bundaberg. Read more

Published: 15 November 2021

CQUni's prized pilot trainer Mike Malouf named Fellow of Royal Aeronautical Society

CQUniversity Bundaberg Aviation Senior Lecturer and recently inducted Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Mike Malouf, says the need for pilots and pilot training will soar to new heights in a post-pandemic world. Read more

Published: 19 October 2021