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  1. Celebrating Wear It Purple Day

    Published: 21 Aug 2017

    In line with CQUniversity's core value of inclusion, members of the Vice-Chancellor's Advisory Committee were among those celebrating Wear It Purple Day, which falls on 25 August.

  2. Chiropractic lecturer reaches out to join Hands On India

    Published: 21 Aug 2017

    In India, 12 per cent of children (5-14 years) are involved in child labour.This statistic has prompted CQUni Lecturer Dr Marti Harris to join the 2018 charity mission, Hands On India.

  3. Promise of the ‘fem economy’ puts Jade into Cosmo comp

    Published: 21 Aug 2017

    Women make 85% of household purchase decisions and spend almost $200 billion each year in Australia. It’s figures like these that have prompted CQUni graduate Jade Collins and her sister-in-law Alanna Bastin-Byrne to co-found Femeconomy, as an entrepreneurial start-up company.

  4. Housing affordability solutions ‘should avoid one size fits all’

    Published: 21 Aug 2017

    Despite softening rental rates and housing prices in regional Queensland cities, there are still housing affordability issues facing lower wage earners and welfare recipients.

  5. CQUni partners up to help promote STEM subjects across Gladstone region schools

    Published: 21 Aug 2017

    CQUniversity has partnered with a range of organisations to help promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects across Gladstone region schools.

  6. Precise pupils prove their chemistry skills on campus

    Published: 18 Aug 2017

    A total of 141 students were involved in this week's annual Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) CQ Regional Schools Titration Competition, which is hosted and coordinated by CQUniversity.

  7. Celebrating National Science Week with James Chapman

    Published: 18 Aug 2017

    CQUniversity is celebrating National Science Week by highlighting some our amazing scientists who are making a real impact on society with their research.Here we chat with Dr James Chapman, Head of Science and Principal Investigator in CQUni’s School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences.

  8. Exercise interventionists should consider depression and anxiety as linked disorders

    Published: 18 Aug 2017

    Rather than depression and anxiety symptoms being treated as isolated disorders, their likely ‘comorbidity’ should be accounted for by exercise researchers.

  9. CQUni’s turning 50 and everyone’s invited to fun fair celebration

    Published: 18 Aug 2017

    Everyone is welcome to enjoy a Fun Fair and Open Day at CQUniversity Rockhampton North campus on Sunday 20 August.

  10. Wide Bay school students roll up to find that 'Science Rocks'

    Published: 18 Aug 2017

    Around 450 students from five Wide Bay schools have converged at CQUniversity Bundaberg for a National Science Week event called 'Science Rocks'.

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