CQUniversity Bachelor of Paramedic Science student Melissa Speed will shortly set off to Geneva, Switzerland for the 72nd session of the World Health Organisation’s World Health Assembly (WHA).
CQUniversity’s Emerald Campus has celebrated its first graduation ceremony on 7 March, with more than 20 vocational and higher education students crossing the stage together to officially signify the end of their studies and the start of their futures.
Persistence and a passion for their trade has seen CQUniversity Emerald Campus students breathe new life into a former mine rear dump truck, successfully starting the engine for the first time in several years. Read more
Published: 18 October 2018
First year Glencore apprentices had the opportunity to showcase their skills during a special presentation at CQUniversity Emerald Campus recently. Read more
Published: 05 September 2018
Specialists, landholders and interested community members will converge on Emerald to canvass some of the processes involved in transforming mines in the Bowen Basin back to agricultural and other land uses, as they reach the end of their mine life. Read more
Published: 11 July 2018
Small companies no longer have to put up with being steamrolled by bigger southern rivals when they compete for their fair share of major project contracts in their local area. Read more
Published: 08 June 2018
Taking a step back in time is providing a unique learning opportunity for CQUniversity students, thanks to a collaborative restoration project with the Qantas Founders Museum in Longreach. Read more
Published: 15 May 2018
CQUniversity students will have the chance to expand their knowledge while helping to share the story of Qantas’ aviation history, thanks to a partnership between CQUniversity and the Qantas Founders Museum. Read more
Published: 17 April 2018
Two new health research projects focused on the Central Highlands could have national and international benefits one day. Read more
Published: 14 February 2018