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  1. Free online agri-tech teaching modules available for download

    Published: 30 July 2020

    Free online agri-tech teaching modules available for download

  2. CQU experts share in ‘The Conversation’ of COVID-19 health and safety within businesses

    Published: 30 July 2020

    CQUniversity academics have weighed in on how businesses can impact the spread of COVID-19 from both public health and human resource management perspectives post new advice from New South Wales and Victorian Premiers.

  3. CQU research student dives into drowning prevention strategies

    Published: 29 July 2020

    CQUniversity research student Patricia English has the potential to help Australian public aquatic facilities reduce the risk of drowning through an investigation into the effects of pre-existing medical conditions.

  4. Study reveals CQUniversity tips in $1.8bn to Northern Australia economy

    Published: 29 July 2020

    Study reveals CQUniversity tips in $1.8bn to Northern Australia economy

  5. CQU alumnus has secured a place in history for advancing gender equality through purchasing power

    Published: 29 July 2020

    Femeconomy, a business co-created by CQUniversity alumnus Jade Collins, has been recognised for its significance in the documentation of gender equality with the website placed in the Australian National Web Archive.

  6. Ending human trafficking down to every human, says frontline advocate

    Published: 28 July 2020

    Australians may feel like they live in a ‘safe haven’ from human trafficking, but anti-slavery advocate and CQUniversity law student Stephanie Jones says stopping the global scourge relies on awareness and action here, too.

  7. Regional universities will drive community recovery, even with hands tied

    Published: 28 July 2020

    Regional universities will drive community recovery, even with hands tied

  8. ‘Low-risk’ messaging on children has undermined COVID-19 response

    Published: 27 July 2020

    Health officials and politicians insisting children were at low risk of contracting coronavirus has been a major failing of the public health response, a CQUniversity academic has said.

  9. Pitch competition winners wow the judges with Agri-Tech careers app idea

    Published: 27 July 2020

    Pitch competition winners wow the judges with Agri-Tech careers app idea

  10. The future for boomer news consumers caught in a digital divide

    Published: 26 July 2020

    There has been a shift in the way the public is expected to consume news over recent months with the closure of hundreds of print publications across Australia and the transition to online news outlets could leave the elderly population unaware of current events.

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