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13 February 2015

Gladstone high school students will be putting their best foot forward towards future careers next month, when they start Certificate-level study with CQUniversity.

18 December 2014

CQUniversity Gladstone City apprentices are set to benefit from a high voltage gift next year, with the Queensland Alumina Limited (QAL) Electrical Integrity team donating high voltage (HV) testing equipment to CQUni.

02 December 2014

Staying in Gladstone to study is set to deliver a new raft of opportunities, thanks to a memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Gladstone Regional Council and CQUniversity.

High school students apprenticeship-ready with CQUni VET in Schools

Graduation ceremonies usually honour the stars of the classroom – but stars of the workshop were recognised when CQUniversity Gladstone, City hosted a graduation for students who have completed their Certificate II in Process Manufacturing. Read more

Published: 27 November 2014

Gladstone teen fit to fast-track to PT

When Danielle Oakey graduated from Gladstone State High School, she wasn't sure what her next step was. Luckily, spending her free time at the gym proved to be an inspiration – and now she's fast-tracking her dream to be a personal trainer, with the help of CQUniversity. Read more

Published: 20 November 2014

Asking for help proves Golden Key for Gladstone student

Deciding to study was a challenge for Gladstone mum-of-four Alannah Shore – but persistence, passion and knowing where to get help have proved the keys to success. Read more

Published: 13 November 2014

Two more years means better industry experience for CQUniversity Engineering students in Gladstone

Engineering students at CQUniversity Gladstone have been given a boost, with the new option to study all four years of their degree locally. Read more

Published: 21 October 2014

Facts and feelings get clean air as Gladstone locals finally get a say about their controversial environment

Gladstone's environment has been making national headlines for more than four years, and everyone from resource companies, to politicians, and even the United Nations has weighed into the debate. But now a CQUniversity researcher is finally asking locals about Gladstone's environment – and more importantly, how it makes them feel. Read more

Published: 11 September 2014

Psychology student's national prize for essay about problematic mobile phone use

CQUniversity Psychology student Clare Bond has earned a national undergraduate essay prize, which was presented at the 2014 National Indigenous Research and Knowledges Network (NIRAKN) Symposium held recently at the University of Technology, Sydney. Read more

Published: 10 September 2014

CQUni proves an 'asset' to growth of major engineering conferences

CQUniversity's annual support for major asset and maintenance management conferences in Gladstone over recent years has led to significant involvement in an international event scheduled for Brisbane from September 16-18 this year. Read more

Published: 09 September 2014