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  1. CQUniversity celebrates huge week of successes

    Published: 20 September 2019

    CQUniversity's vocational education and training, research and MBA course have been recognised in several awards and rankings this week.

  2. The sky is the limit with CQUni and flight options

    Published: 20 September 2019

    CQUniversity has partnered with Sunshine Coast pilot academy Flight Options, signing an agreement that will see the local business provide practical flight training for CQUniversity students.

  3. Gladstone and Biloela apprentice fitters and turners battle it out at WorldSkills

    Published: 20 September 2019

    Gladstone and Biloela’s up-and-coming Fitters and Turners apprentices have battled it out at CQUniversity’s Gladstone City campus for the WorldSkills Regional Competitions this week.

  4. Those salad days when seafood rolls could be likened to ovals of rubber bathing cap

    Published: 20 September 2019

    While Shakespeare's 'salad days' were about the green judgement of yore, CQUniversity PhD graduate Dr Alison Vincent is more nostalgic for the days when restaurant reviewers used scathing judgements to influence the dining habits of Australians.

  5. CQUni promotes respect through launch of Pink Shirt Day

    Published: 19 September 2019

    CQUniversity will be launching Pink Shirt Day tomorrow (Thursday 19 September) to show staff’s commitment to being respectful to each other and their solidarity in standing up to bullying behaviour.

  6. Initial teacher training ‘ideal time’ to introduce arts curriculum options

    Published: 19 September 2019

    Enabling primary teachers to develop arts curriculum specialisations during their initial teacher training would be an invaluable and efficient way of growing quality arts teaching and learning across the primary years of schooling.

  7. Medical cannabis among hot health topics at Wide Bay Health Symposium

    Published: 19 September 2019

    MEDIFARM’s Founding Director, Adam Benjamin has delivered his keynote address to the Wide Bay Health Symposium in Bundaberg, following the recent launch of Australia’s first licensed medicinal cannabis farm, on the Sunshine Coast.

  8. Senate inquiry into threats to democracy ‘just needs to look out window’

    Published: 19 September 2019

    Senators who are currently seeking submissions about an apparent decline in civic engagement and threats to Australia’s democracy could just look out the window during Friday’s national Strike4ClimateChange rallies.

  9. Art lover Brianna turns trauma into beauty

    Published: 18 September 2019

    Liar, attention seeker, fibber - tragically, this is what CQUniversity Bachelor of Education (Secondary) student Brianna Brett heard frequently throughout her cancer diagnosis and treatment in 2017.

  10. Patricia's love of helping people extends past the classroom

    Published: 18 September 2019

    CQUniversity Certificate III in Business Administration student Patricia Marsh is determined not to let her wheelchair define her life.


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