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CQUni study shows gender, education, media use trends in COVID-19 vaccination reluctance
The world is pinning its hopes on vaccines to slow the deadly COVID-19 pandemic, but a CQUniversity study has highlighted some of the factors driving Australians’ unwillingness to get the jab.
Gladstone Port Corporation partners with CQU to offer research students over $60K in scholarships
Gladstone-based students are being encouraged to apply for scholarship opportunities with CQUniversity before January 31, with two new research scholarships on offer.
Social innovation at CQUni stars in global showcase
CQUniversity’s commitment to social innovation is again in the international spotlight, with a new guidebook from global education leader Ashoka U showcasing several CQUni initiatives.
Prime Minister and CQUniversity turn sod on Gladstone’s advanced manufacturing future
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has helped to usher in a new era of advanced manufacturing education, training and research in Central Queensland today, with a flying visit to CQUniversity’s Gladstone Marina campus.
Mackay Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander teenagers are one step closer to dream careers in healthcare
A new pathway for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to gain careers in healthcare launched with the Big Dream, Small Steps program at CQUniversity Mackay campus today (21 January 2021).
2021 CQU Creates competition to inspire artists nation-wide
CQUniversity has once again set out to inspire Australia’s visual artists by inviting them to enter the 2021 CQU Creates Art Competition.
Fireman Sam capable in any danger zone thanks to CQUni’s Grad Cert in Tactical Medicine
Although firefighter Sam Miletta has many years’ experience handling any emergency situation, CQUniversity’s Graduate Certificate in Tactical Medicine has given him the confidence to face even more hostile situations head-on.
Expanded free TAFE and apprenticeship training for under 25s welcomed by CQUniversity
Central Queenslanders under the age of 25 looking to start vocational training or an apprenticeship have been urged to take advantage of the Queensland Government’s Free TAFE and free apprenticeship training through CQUniversity.
Skills shortage compromising Australia’s frontline response to domestic violence
Behaviour change programs for domestic violence perpetrators are stalling as they struggle to recruit trained facilitators, a leading domestic and family violence researcher has warned.