The picturesque beauty of Thursday Island in the Torres Strait makes it a traveller's paradise, but according to CQUniversity Bachelor of Nursing student Shekina Plowman, it offers more than what meets the eye.
What are the qualities of a 'good' VET teacher?
This was the question put forward by CQUniversity Associate Vice-Chancellor (Sunshine Coast Region) and Director of Learning and Teaching (VET), Associate Professor Teressa Schmidt during her presentation at the 13th Journal of Vocational and Education Training (JVET) Conference in the United Kingdom.
Communication, leadership and clinical reasoning - these are just some of the skills that CQUniversity Bachelor of Nursing student Jessica de Zylva was able to develop at a recent student-led simulation event on the Noosa campus.
One of CQUniversity’s most generous donors, Scott Williams AM was recently awarded the Queensland Community Foundation (QCF) Higher Education Philanthropist of the Year Award. Read more
Published: 14 June 2019
Mentor inspired Jasmine to pursue career in nursing Read more
Published: 07 May 2019
Writers of all ages and backgrounds will converge on Noosaville on 16 February for an injection of creativity. Read more
Published: 23 November 2018
Genna Thurstans’ dream of travelling to India was recently made possible, thanks to CQUniversity’s New Colombo Mobility program. Read more
Published: 22 November 2018
CQUniversity Noosa has shown its support for Mental Health Week by hosting three guest speakers from local community organisations at an industry breakfast recently. Read more
Published: 10 October 2018
Promoting the skills of story-listening and sharing could help make aged care placements more engaging for Nursing students, clinical facilitators and residents alike. Read more
Published: 06 September 2018
Maryborough's Catherine Gamble is on track to complete her novel about growing up as the daughter of a hoarder. Read more
Published: 27 July 2018