Two new health research projects focused on the Central Highlands could have national and international benefits one day.
CQUniversity and Central Highlands Healthcare are working together to enhance healthcare across the Central Highlands by creating and managing shared research and development activities and partnering on projects aimed at improving health and wellbeing or the primary healthcare workforce.
A team from Rockhampton State High School has been announced as the overall winner of the 2017 ATAP Student Challenge, hosted recently in Emerald.
CQUniversity’s Emerald Campus is providing its students with hands-on learning experiences, thanks to the recent arrival of heavy automotive equipment. Read more
Published: 15 August 2017
When Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander secondary school students arrive in Emerald in August they will find a kindred spirit waiting for them. Read more
Published: 31 July 2017
Drugs and addiction, bullying, job opportunities in the region, binge drinking and domestic violence have been identified as the five main issues affecting Central Highlands youth, during the CQUniversity Emerald Youth Connect Indaba. Read more
Published: 08 March 2017
With the Central Highlands feeling the effects of the current mining downturn, agriculture is emerging as an economic driving force in the region, with projects in the planning stages and winter rains boosting confidence. Read more
Published: 03 August 2016
For Emerald’s Helen Smale, studying at CQUniversity offers her flexibility, approachability of lecturers and links to the local community. Read more
Published: 21 June 2016
Increased access to expert advice on information technology and library resources will now be on hand for CQUniversity Emerald campus students and staff. Read more
Published: 31 May 2016
Preparing graduates for the rigours of the real-world, high-tech agricultural industry is the aim of the Bachelor of Agriculture, offered through a partnership between CQUniversity and Queensland Agricultural Training Colleges (QATC) for the first time this year. Read more
Published: 03 May 2016