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Young minds converge for final STEM workshop in 2022
More than 175 primary and secondary students from 60 schools across five Queensland regions converged on CQUniversity campuses over the recent holidays to engage in STEM.
Music makers invited to contribute to Whitsunday Arts, Culture and Heritage Plan
CQUniversity Australia as the provider of the Regional Arts Services Network for the Whitsundays, is calling on music lovers to contribute to the development of the new Whitsunday Arts, Culture and Heritage Plan (WACHP).
Award-winning CQUEnglish teacher takes practice to next level with remote teaching challenge
CQUniversity English teacher Karen Tanizaka Pellegrino has been recognised for her innovative teaching practice, in the annual English Australia Awards.
Program equipping nurses to support sex assault survivors a contender for Buy Queensland awards
An innovative online training program that helps train Queensland nurses and midwives to support survivors of sexual assault has been recognised as a nominee in the Buy Queensland Supplier Awards.
CQU Aviation students Bernard and Thomas look to the sky after achieving commercial pilot’s licence
The sky’s the limit for Bernard Dolinski and Thomas Watson, who have achieved their commercial pilot’s licence thanks to CQUniversity’s Aviation program.
Scholarship boosts social work student’s big dreams to support families through trauma
Emerald mum Andrea Clyne has been a rock for her family through tough times, and the CQUniversity social work student wants to help other families get through, too.
Many parents use melatonin gummies to help children sleep. So how do they work and what are the risks?
Sleep is important for psychological and physiological health, but many children have trouble getting to sleep, or getting back to sleep when they wake in the night - CQUniversity's Professor Sarah Blunden explores the science of using melatonin gummies to assist.
Research seeks elite female athlete experiences, to develop motherhood policy for post-partum return
CQUniversity researchers are working in partnership with the Queensland Academy of Sport (QAS) to design best practice guidelines to help new mums continue their sporting careers after childbirth – and are seeking elite female athletes past and present to share their experiences for the groundbreaking project.
Alec ‘trades’ in a decade as an electrician to share his skills as a teacher
Former electrician Alec Bulley has encouraged other tradies to give their careers – and futures – a signal boost by taking on a teaching degree.