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  1. Award-winning 'dementia carers' project well received by telehealth sector

    Published: 14 November 2019

    Aussies who live in remote areas and care for people with dementia face plenty of challenges in their daily lives - would they also be able to sustain a peer-to-peer videoconference network?

  2. Media need ‘duty of care’ to women when reporting sexual assault

    Published: 14 November 2019

    Media organisations require a considerable duty of care when reporting on cases of sexual assault, according to CQUniversity Domestic and Family Violence researcher Dr Marika Guggisberg.

  3. Inspired by his parents and guided by CQUni, Timothy excels in the construction industry

    Published: 14 November 2019

    Timothy Kross’ love for construction and design started back in the 1990s when he assisted builders with an extension of the family home.

  4. Getting the jump on sports sciences in Cairns

    Published: 13 November 2019

    Cairns high school students chosen through an MVP-themed competition process have explored study and career options in the field of sports sciences, exercise and fitness.

  5. Youth come up with 'invigorating' solutions during BrainSTEM Rural Innovation Challenge

    Published: 13 November 2019

    Over the last three months, a selection of Gippsland secondary school students have been working on a diverse range of projects – all of them aiming to offer a solution to a challenge, a problem or an issue in the region’s food and fibre sector.

  6. Fire emergency once again shows CQUni ‘pulling together when times are tough’

    Published: 13 November 2019

    The current fire emergency has continued CQUniversity’s reputation for pulling together when times are tough, according to Vice-Chancellor Professor Nick Klomp.

  7. Kids play and learn in 'simulated hospitals' on campuses

    Published: 12 November 2019

    Local parents brought their children to play and learn in a simulated hospital, which was set up within the Nursing laboratories at CQUniversity Rockhampton North campus this week.

  8. “Do good and do well”: US expert inspires CQUni communities

    Published: 12 November 2019

    “Destroying the planet is a really bad business decision.” But Professor Jay Friedlander has shared strategic solutions with communities across the CQUniversity footprint, as the Office of Social Innovation presented his Sustainable Futures tour.

  9. Rich smorgasbord of learning experiences make Oral Health students highly employable

    Published: 12 November 2019

    While cautioning their clients against rich foods, CQUniversity's Oral Health students have been making the most of their own rich smorgasbord of learning experiences.

  10. Achieving 'more than what was preordained' a key driver for Torres Strait Islander alumnus

    Published: 12 November 2019

    Teanna Ramsamy grew up in a blue collar household with hard-working parents who did not complete high school.

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