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27 July 2017

It was a party to mark two decades of CQUniversity in Melbourne - and more than 150 guests gathered to celebrate 20 years of achievements.

25 July 2017

CQUniversity's Professor Carolyn Unsworth and her team of academics and postgraduate students have showcased a suite of research pertinent to driver assessment, activity limitation measures, vocational rehabilitation, hospital modifications, determining a model of care for an acquired injury rehabilitation service, and a range of other projects.

26 June 2017

In the first few weeks of her Graduate Certificate of Permaculture Design at CQUniversity, Monbulk mother Sonja Leigh suddenly felt the weight of the world on her shoulders. But hearing from inspiring guest speakers, including a class dinner with permaculture co-originator David Holgrem, didn’t just change Sonja’s perspective – it changed her life.

Online quizzes are harvesting personal info, warns CQUni researcher

Although completing online quizzes is fun and may reveal interesting insights about you, they actually harvest your personal information. Read more

Published: 30 May 2017

First small question leads to big career finding answers for Melinda

In high school, Melinda Gardner remembers being asked to leave a science class for asking too many questions. Nearly three decades on, the decision to keep asking them has paid off, with Melinda discovering her dream career through STEPS then a Bachelor of Occupational Health and Safety at CQUniversity. Read more

Published: 24 May 2017

Student safety team contributes to Avalon 2017 Airshow

CQUniversity recently fielded a student volunteer safety team at the Avalon 2017 Airshow, drawing on the Accident Forensics and OHS programs. Read more

Published: 08 March 2017

A funny thing happened on the way to campus

CQUniversity IT student Abhishek Panchal only started attending ‘open mic’ nights a few years ago but he’s now a promising stand-up comedian. Read more

Published: 06 March 2017

Violence against paramedics is an international problem

Paramedics from 13 countries took part in the first international survey of violence against ambulance personnel. Read more

Published: 06 February 2017

Should Aussie firms clear up expectations around after-hours work emails?

European countries have been taking the lead with laws ensuring employees have the ‘right to disconnect’ from work emails outside mandated office hours. Read more

Published: 11 January 2017

A fresh perspective on the fight for free speech in public urban spaces

The Wild Law Judgment Project began when a team of environmental lawyers and academics began discussing what would happen if environmental concerns were placed first in a court of law. Read more

Published: 14 December 2016