Breaking down the traditional separation between the research community and the farm-gate is paying dividends for Bundaberg’s horticultural sector.
The CQUniversity Bundaberg campus has today taken delivery of three train carriages and one locomotive, to be used as part of the University’s delivery of accident forensics and safety science courses, in particular the new Certificate IV in Rail Safety Investigation starting next week.
CQUniversity Master of Teaching student Taryn Gollshewsky says she is 'stoked' about earning bronze in the women's discus at the World University Games, held recently in Taipei.
Teams from four schools converged for a Lego robotics and game coding challenge recently. Read more
Published: 28 August 2017
When around 100 school kids across 24 teams converged for a Lego robotics and game coding challenge this week, they were not focused on touchstones of the Queensland curriculum. Read more
Published: 24 August 2017
Around 450 students from five Wide Bay schools have converged at CQUniversity Bundaberg for a National Science Week event called 'Science Rocks'. Read more
Published: 18 August 2017
Youth employment is a key issue so CQUni academics pride themselves on ensuring students have the best opportunities to integrate with the world of work. Read more
Published: 11 August 2017
CQUniversity has been commissioned to analyse wagering industry data to develop a list of behavioural indicators and a predictive algorithm that can detect early warning signs of harmful betting. Read more
Published: 10 August 2017
Published: 08 August 2017
Young people throughout regional Queensland have plenty to look forward to on the career front, despite fears about jobs disappearing in the face of technology. Read more
Published: 04 August 2017