CQUniversity ranks 12th in the world and first in Queensland for gender equity

CQUniversity has been named the 12th best in the world and number one in Queensland for Gender Equity.


Sustainable solutions saving landfill for reptiles

A new initiative from CQUniversity’s Facilities Management Directorate is delivering the University with some snappy ways to better improve waste management practices at its Rockhampton campuses and student residences.


First Nations Employment Officer supports career success

Danessa Willie-White is passionate about improving employment outcomes for First Nations people and is using her position at CQUniversity to do so.


Monitoring program highlights importance of reef preservation

A monitoring program to help inform decisions about sustainable use and long-term conservation of the Great Barrier Reef (GBR) is currently underway.


Parliamentary inquiry does little for vulnerable right now

A report from the senate inquiry into Universal Access to Reproductive Healthcare was released last week, providing a number of recommendations for better abortion care in Australia.


Law scholarship is providing pathways for First Nations students

After initially applying for a scholarship in the hopes of receiving a small bursary to purchase some textbooks, CQUniversity Bachelor of Laws student Dionne Singleton said she could not be more grateful to receive the inaugural CQUniCares Holding Redlich Indigenous Law Scholarship.


Ag careers brought to life as CQU schools initiative gets kids EXCITED

Thousands of Australian school students are seeing agriculture careers in a new light, as an innovative CQUniversity outreach project reaches its end.


CQU internships project paving way for more positive work placements for international students

An Australian-first training initiative is set to better equip industry to support international students, thanks to CQUniversity and Study Melbourne support.


Wendy’s time on Reserve Bank of Australia board and other organisations, was bolstered by CQU’s management course

With a resume that includes serving on the board of the Reserve Bank of Australia, managing the Townsville office of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and CEO of the National Farmers Federation, it’s clear that CQUniversity alumnus Dr Wendy Craik isn’t one to shy away from a challenge.