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13 March 2018

Wollongong’s Nitya Kaushik hit a couple of educational hurdles last year before embracing the springboard offered by CQUniversity’s STEPS preparatory program.

18 December 2017

CQUniversity MBA graduate Kumar Parakala has spoken of the importance of "humanness" in the digital age in his address at the recent CQUni Sydney Graduation.

13 December 2017
CQUniversity Australia is looking forward to extending its already fruitful relationship with Downer, a major Australian-owned engineering services company.
Karen's social work journey in a field of 'uncompromising care'

Karen Anderson is convinced she chose the right professional pathway, thanks to her Social Work degree's student placements. Read more

Published: 13 November 2017

Podiatry clinic at CQUni Sydney lets students put best foot forward

A passion for the human body and biotech prompted Jeremy Lippiatt to pursue a career in Podiatry – and now, a new public clinic at CQUniversity Sydney is giving him the experience he needs. Read more

Published: 27 July 2017

Future of Work in focus thanks to CQUni Sydney

Debates over the ‘future of work’ have focused on the impact of artificial intelligence on the workforce in the financial and technology industries. Read more

Published: 19 July 2017

CQUni Sonography helps provide PD for medical professionals in Bathurst region

CQUniversity's Associate Professor in Medical Sonography, Ann Quinton recently helped organise a major professional development opportunity for 33 sonographers, obstetricians and registrars in Bathurst, NSW. Read more

Published: 29 May 2017

Tianna moves her whole life to specialise in saving lives

After working in a hospital pharmacy and starting a degree in Paramedic Science, Tianna Rasmussen has found a more specialised way of helping to save lives. Read more

Published: 15 May 2017

Sonography, philosophy and the scanning of life

Aadi Ganesan was only 18 when a close friend took her own life, creating a shock wave in her otherwise 'breezy' existence. Read more

Published: 20 March 2017

Penalty rate cuts to hit workers hard with little gain

The Fair Work Commission’s decision to reduce Sunday and public holiday penalty rates will affect some of Australia’s lowest-paid workers and do little to encourage more small businesses to open their doors on these days. Read more

Published: 24 February 2017