Promoting the skills of story-listening and sharing could help make aged care placements more engaging for Nursing students, clinical facilitators and residents alike.
Maryborough's Catherine Gamble is on track to complete her novel about growing up as the daughter of a hoarder.
New digital media program pathways for high school students and interest in CQUni's Master of Business Program were just some of the outcomes from CQU Noosa Institute’s inaugural Executive Education Retreat from 1-2 August.
CQUniversity Noosa Admin Assistant Tessa Howie recently competed in the Special Olympics Australia (SOA) national games in Adelaide, representing Queensland in the aquatics event. Read more
Published: 03 July 2018
New Professor of Social Work Peter Munn has started work at CQUniversity with a unique curriculum vitae and career credentials. Read more
Published: 13 June 2018
April Cunningham may have rubbed shoulders with the elite but she returned from her recent trip to the OECD World Forum with a research focus on bridging the divide between healthcare systems and the homeless sector. Read more
Published: 06 June 2018
CQUniversity’s Associate Professor Sue Davis has been awarded the prestigious Fryer Fellowship for2018 by the University of Queensland (UQ) Library. Read more
Published: 24 May 2018
Published: 11 May 2018
A Sunshine Coast Indigenous woman and cultural educator, April Cunningham has secured a Global Voices scholarship to represent Australia at the OECD World Forum in Paris from 27 May to 1 June. Read more
Published: 30 April 2018
CQUniversity academics Dr Sue Davis and Ulrike Sturm are helping to stage an exhibition in Caloundra titled ‘Wild/flower Women II: Art, Environment and Activism’. Read more
Published: 24 April 2018