Imagine a future of work defined by purpose. This was the theme of the CQUniversity Office of Social Innovation's recent three-hour dynamic workshop that challenged its participants to reimagine ecosystems that support a meaningful future of work.
CQUniversity Alumnus Shirley Boon is striving for social change as The Big Issue’s newly appointed National Operations and Events Support Coordinator.
A new ‘Blue Label’ Standards Australia technical specification is not sufficient to determine if a powered mobility aid will be able to access a bus in Victoria.
She’s had plenty of highlights in her two years at CQUniversity Melbourne – and now recent Master of Project Management graduate Shirley Boon has another feather in her cap, as a finalist in the Victorian International Education Awards 2018. Read more
Published: 14 August 2018
CQUni Sonography lecturer Erika Gosney will soon be in the unique position to compete in the Invictus Games in Sydney, while promoting the ‘unconquered’ spirit that helps so many regional and rural students to triumph over adversity. Read more
Published: 04 June 2018
Melbourne’s autumn is not known for its temperate climate – and the concrete stands of the city’s famous MCG have never been called comfy. But that’s where 13 intrepid CQUni Melbourne staff and students spent a chilly and sleepless night, raising more than $8500 for Melbourne City Mission’s biggest-ever homelessness project. Read more
Published: 21 May 2018
A CQUni researcher who is helping school students become 'tech-savvy' agents of change has been recognised among Australia's outstanding female agriculture leaders. Read more
Published: 08 May 2018
International Directorate team members at CQUniversity Melbourne have combined team building and volunteering recently, lending a hand at food rescue social enterprise SecondBite. Read more
Published: 01 May 2018
CQUni Melbourne is helping welcome students from around the globe, with East Meets West Trivia, a free event celebrating diversity, multicultural friendship, and fun in the heart of Melbourne. Supported by Study Melbourne, the 24 May event is coordinated by the Campus Life Committee, and adapted to reflect the city’s many cultures and ethnicities. Read more
Published: 30 April 2018
CQUniversity's Professor Matthew Rockloff will lead a $1 million study into gambling and health that will help prevent and reduce gambling harm in the future. Read more
Published: 24 April 2018