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CQU is preparing next generation law graduates in animal law skills
How many animals have you observed or had contact with today? Did you know that each one of them is impacted by our laws?
Flush with funds: Why the pandemic might not send not-for-profits to the toilet
On paper, toilet paper doesn’t look like a hot investment prospect. And until recently, investors felt the same about Australian social enterprises, or businesses run to achieve a social purpose. But a CQUniversity expert hopes the success of Who Gives a Crap may have shifted fortunes for the wider social enterprise sector.
STEM textbook wins national award
CQUniversity’s Senior Lecturer Australia Pacific LNG STEM Central Lead Dr Linda Pfeiffer had an impressive win at the prestigious 2021 Educational Publishing Awards Australia (EPAA).
Psychology graduate Chantelle already has plans to help Indigenous youth
CQUniversity Psychological Science graduate Chantelle Davis is determined to make her “rollercoaster journey” of study worthwhile by helping First Nations youth as a child psychologist.
CQUni alumnus Wayne provides an innovative voice for First Nations people
CQUniversity alumnus Wayne Denning has come a long way since completing a Bachelor of Arts at CQUniversity and he’s encouraging other First Nations innovators to follow in his footsteps.
Allied health students hit the sand for fun, hands-on experience
CQUniversity’s Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech Pathology students have balanced fun in the sun with study while helping people with a disability at a Beach Day Out recently.
Glencore apprentices put their skills and knowledge to the test at CQUni Emerald
Highlighting the skills they have developed over the past seven months, Glencore apprentices have participated in the Skills Centre Presentations at CQUniversity’s Emerald Campus.
Chiropractic career calling weightlifting champ
Ryley Porter is carrying the weight of his future on his shoulders, balancing his record-setting weightlifting talents while studying a Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) at CQUniversity.
David sees Whanu Binal mentoring as another way to help guide First Nations youth
David Parkin is expanding his reputation as a guide for young First Nations people as a mentor for the Whanu Binal Indigenous Entrepreneurship Program.