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Conferences

At CQUniversity, we are committed to initiating and participating in cross-sectorial dialogue about the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

We do this through active participation in local, national and global conferences involving government and non-governmental organisations. In addition to this, our researchers, academics and staff collaborate in international research projects and learning initiatives that address the SDGs.

Explore our work in cross-sectorial dialogue about the SDGs below.

Participation in Conferences aligned to SDGs

We purposefully and actively participate in conferences and events aligned to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) throughout the year to have an open and robust dialogue addressing SDGs with our communities and stakeholders.

Our researchers and academics present their research efforts and projects at conferences locally, nationally and internationally.

In this section, you can explore the conference activities of our academics, researchers and staff, in particular, those that are aligned to the SDGs.

2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2018 CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE

2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2018 CONFERENCE ATTENDANCE

  • Carina Anderson, Trudy Dwyer, Leeanne Heaton and  Kerry Reid Searl attended the NETNEP 2018 7th International Nurse Education Conference.

2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Dr Susan Davis presented at IDIERI 2018 in New Zealand, 2-9 July 2018. The presentation was titled “Dare to dream – Dramatic thinking and learning Indigenous youth”.
  • Corey Bloomfield presented at the 2018 European Conference on Educational Research, in Bolzano, Italy, 4-7 September2018. The presentation was titled “Stratifying structures: An ethnographic investigation of curriculum affordances and systemic structures of an alternative learning program for excluded young people”.
  • Professor Judith Brown presented at the 33rd International Society of Music Education 2018, in Baku, Azerbaijan, 15-20 July 2018.
  • Professor Bobby Harreveld presented at the 2018 European Conference on Educational Research, in Bolzano, Italy, 4-7 September 2018. The presentations were titled “Stratifying structures: An ethnographic investigation of curriculum affordances and systemic structures of an alternative learning program for excluded young people”; “Transformative Pilgrimages, Integrated Service Provision and Alternative Schooling: Lessons for Innovative and Inclusive Intercultural Learning Environments in Ireland and Australia”; and  “An Alternative Reading of Inclusive Education: Context-specific and Curriculum-likely Learners”.
  • Professor Ken Purnell presented at the 2018 16th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, in Honolulu, 4-7 January 2018. The presentation was titled “Enhancing Everyday Resilience in Adolescents Through Neuroeducation”.

2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Dr Edward Palmer presented at the AUPEC Conference (ERA recognised) in Auckland, NZ, 27-30 November 2018. The presentation was titled “Non-Linear Compensation of Delays in the Wide Area control of SVC’s for First Swing Stabilisation and Damping”.
  • Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Mohammad Rasul (M.G Rasul), presented at the 5th International Conference on Renewable Energy and Development 2018, in Nagoya, Japan, 19-21 September 2018. The presentations were titled “Recent Development in the Production of Third Generation Biodiesel from Microalgae”; “Emission Characteristics of Polymer Additive Mixed Diesel-Sunflower Biodiesel Fuel”; “Combustion and emission analysis of Jojoba biodiesel to assess its suitability as an alternative to diesel fuel”; and “One-Dimensional Thermodynamic Model Development for Engine Performance, Combustion and Emissions Analysis Using Diesel and Two Paraffin Fuels”.

2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

  • Associate Professor Linda Colley presented at the IRSPM Conference 2018 in Edinburgh, 5-14 April 2018. The presentation was titled, “Organizational Change and the Organization of Public Sector Work”.
  • Dr Kevin Ronan presented at the NZCCP Conference, Nelson, NZ, 15-16 March 2018. The presentation was titled  “Family-centred, Feedback-informed Therapy for Complex Problems: Theory, research, practice”.

2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

2018 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Leading International Research Projects

Explore the international research projects and activities that have been lead by our academics, researchers and staff, in particular, those that address the SDGs.

2018 INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH PROJECTS

2018 INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS

  • GPS Cows Project: CQUniversity staff working in collaboration with Oregon State University and the University of Maine in the USA to increase digital literacy in the agricultural industry.

2018 COOPERATIVE RESEARCH CENTRE ACTIVITIES