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  1. CQUniversity launches Community Grants initiative

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

    CQUniversity launches Community Grants initiative

  2. Partnership ‘serves up’ career opportunities, jobs

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

    For the past 14 months, 17-year-old Megan Humphreys struggled to find work.

  3. A funny thing happened on the way to campus

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

    CQUniversity IT student Abhishek Panchal only started attending ‘open mic’ nights a few years ago but he’s now a promising stand-up comedian.

  4. Sonography, philosophy and the scanning of life

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

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

  5. Multicultural Association thanks CQUni for three decades of support

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

    The Central Queensland Multicultural Association has chosen Harmony Day (21 March) to thank CQUniversity for three decades of support.

  6. Celebrate your Mackay campus connection during anniversary fun day

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

    The year 1987 was a memorable one.The Bangles encouraged us to “Walk Like An Egyptian”, the silver screen deemed Eddie Murphy “The Golden Child” and actors Bruce Willis and Demi Moore wed.It’s also the year CQUniversity Australia (known back then as the Capricornia Institute of Advanced Education – CIAE) began offering higher education in Mackay, initially from a premises at the Mackay College of TAFE in Alfred Street.

  7. Daniel's passions include oral health promotion and calming anxious dental patients

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

    While World Oral Health Day may have passed unnoticed in many homes, it was a call to action for Rockhampton's Daniel Mackay.

  8. Overland telegraph pioneer's task comparable to rolling out Australia's NBN

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

    Denis Cryle, an Emeritus Professor of CQUniversity, has recently completed the first and long-awaited biography of Charles Todd, scientist and overland telegraph pioneer.

  9. Human-centred design at the heart of social innovation at CQUni

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

    For the third year running, CQUniversity students are immersing themselves in social innovation process and principles, as participants in the Social Innovation Studio Gladstone. Dr Linda De George-Walker is leading human-centred design workshops for SISG3, and explains the important concept.

  10. Charmaine finds ‘TEP’ a great step towards becoming an Army nurse

    Published: 23 Mar 2017

    With her three kids now at primary school age, Rockhampton’s Charmaine Robinson has decided to strive for a career as an Army nurse.


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