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A new chapter for the Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership
The Gladstone Healthy Harbour Partnership (GHHP) has kicked-off a new era, signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with CQUniversity to become its new host organisation.
CQU alumnus receives Queensland law award
CQUniversity Bachelor of Laws alumnus, Joanna Maier has been recognised by the Women Lawyers Association Queensland (WLAQ) for her outstanding academic achievement.
Scholarship helps career change dreams become a reality
The repetitive nature of working as a painter and decorator for the past seven years had passed its expiration date for Lewis Haslop who is now following his passion to become a teacher.Enrolling in CQUniversity’s Bachelor of Education (Secondary) course, Lewis has dreams of turning his enthusiasm for working with young people into a career in education, while also reaping the many benefits of the profession.
CQUniversity congratulates new PM and ALP on election win
CQUniversity’s Vice-Chancellor and President has congratulated Australia’s new Prime Minister, Anthony Albanese on his election win over the weekend, and thanked the Labor Party for their commitment to several critical CQUniversity-led infrastructure projects.
Kristy ready to don regalia and cross CQUniversity graduation stage
Two years of study with no set deadlines has helped counsellor and not-for-profit manager Kristy Darnborough super-charge her leadership – and she will officially graduate with CQUniversity’s hyperflexible Master of Business Administration (Leadership) with distinction on Thursday.
Column piece: People's News Mackay
It has been quite a busy few weeks, not only at CQUniversity but also more broadly across the region, with a huge lineup of events taking place.
Future skills to extend to agriculture and aquaculture
A new tech skills hub being established in regional Queensland will bring together industry, government and education providers to expedite career pathways and skilling solutions for the State’s agriculture and aquaculture workforce.
CQUniversity remembers trailblazing Vice-Chancellor
The CQUniversity Australia community is remembering former Vice-Chancellor and Queensland’s first female Vice-Chancellor, Emeritus Professor Glenice Hancock AM, who passed away in New South Wales on Thursday, 12 May. Professor Hancock was a dedicated educator, who joined CQUniversity in 1997 as a Deputy Vice-Chancellor and was later appointed to the University’s top job.
CQU alumna heads up Downer’s scholarship program
CQUniversity alumna Morgan Lewis is working hard to break stereotypes and represent women in engineering as she heads up one of Downer’s scholarship programs. The program, delivered by the leading engineering services provider, supports female engineering students during their studies and as they transition into full-time employment in industry post-graduation.