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CQUni student is living her dream as Brisbane International Student Ambassador

Growing up in the Philippines, Khate Mojica always dreamed of living in Australia. With this dream now a reality, she is working to inspire others in her role as a 2020 Brisbane International Student Ambassador (BISA).|Growing up in the Philippines, Khate Mojica always dreamed of living in Australia. With this dream now a reality, she is working to inspire others in her role as a 2020 Brisbane International Student Ambassador (BISA).

13/05/2020

CQUni Outstanding Alumnus says crisis a cue for mateship, diversity

CQUniversity staff and graduates have been rallying to support international students hard-hit by the COVID-19 crisis – and the team of volunteers includes 2020 Outstanding Alumnus and business executive Sean O’Donnell.|CQUniversity staff and graduates have been rallying to support international students hard-hit by the COVID-19 crisis – and the team of volunteers includes 2020 Outstanding Alumnus and business executive Sean O’Donnell.

12/05/2020

Important role for the arts in regions during tough times

Central Queensland's Tough and Tender Beauty Artist ‘at home’ Residencies have been announced.|Central Queensland's Tough and Tender Beauty Artist ‘at home’ Residencies have been announced.

06/05/2020

Student podcast tackles crisis challenges

Enthusiastic CQUniversity students are stepping up to the challenges of COVID-19, and a new podcast is helping them share the experiences of students everywhere. Change Champ Chats is produced by CQUni's Office of Social Innovation, and features its five Change Champ student ambassadors from across Australia.|Enthusiastic CQUniversity students are stepping up to the challenges of COVID-19, and a new podcast is helping them share the experiences of students everywhere. Change Champ Chats is produced by CQUni's Office of Social Innovation, and features its five Change Champ student ambassadors from across Australia.

30/04/2020

Small businesses must strike now for COVID-19 recovery

Australia’s 2.2 million small businesses can’t just rely on government relief packages to keep them afloat through the COVID-19 crisis, according to CQUniversity business expert Dr Andrew Roberts. But the experienced entrepreneur and business coach says there’s a range of way business owners can act now to aid recovery after the shutdown.|Australia’s 2.2 million small businesses can’t just rely on government relief packages to keep them afloat through the COVID-19 crisis, according to CQUniversity business expert Dr Andrew Roberts. But the experienced entrepreneur and business coach says there’s a range of way business owners can act now to aid recovery after the shutdown.

22/04/2020

Kids could become ‘content creators’ as part of authentic learning push

Now that COVID-19 circumstances are forcing teachers to abandon the teacher-centric model of education, it’s proposed that students become content creators, for the sake of their own learning.|Now that COVID-19 circumstances are forcing teachers to abandon the teacher-centric model of education, it’s proposed that students become content creators, for the sake of their own learning.

15/04/2020

Fitting tribute to the ANZACs in form of song by alumni of CQUni's Conservatorium

After years of traversing the musical world as individuals, three graduates of CQUniversity's Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music have formed a beautiful collaboration in the form of an acoustic trio, Folks Like Us.|After years of traversing the musical world as individuals, three graduates of CQUniversity's Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music have formed a beautiful collaboration in the form of an acoustic trio, Folks Like Us.

14/04/2020

You can't stop the music! Theatre students find way to overcome the COVID-19 restrictions

When CQUniversity academics were informed of the move to online teaching due to COVID-19, the teaching staff at Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music came up with a way to connect their students with the arts industry while providing some support for suddenly unemployed artists.|When CQUniversity academics were informed of the move to online teaching due to COVID-19, the teaching staff at Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music came up with a way to connect their students with the arts industry while providing some support for suddenly unemployed artists.

02/04/2020

Four CQUni finalists announced for Outstanding Leadership Awards

CQUniversity professional staff members Barbara Miller and Priscilla Stevens-Guiney, student Vivian Hoy, and a team led by Associate Professor Sue Davis have been announced as finalists for the prestigious Outstanding Leadership Awards.|CQUniversity professional staff members Barbara Miller and Priscilla Stevens-Guiney, student Vivian Hoy, and a team led by Associate Professor Sue Davis have been announced as finalists for the prestigious Outstanding Leadership Awards.

02/04/2020