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Country girl and medical imaging student Charley bolstered by foundation grant

CQUniversity Medical Imaging student Charley Brown is finding the challenges of living away from her hometown of Blackall and studying online a whole lot easier thanks to a grant from the Blackall-Tambo Education Group.|CQUniversity Medical Imaging student Charley Brown is finding the challenges of living away from her hometown of Blackall and studying online a whole lot easier thanks to a grant from the Blackall-Tambo Education Group.

29/05/2020

Coping during COIVD: One Student Counsellor's story about adversity and building resilience

As a mother of five children and a graduate of two university degrees herself, Clare Bond can relate to students doing it tough in the current climate of COVID-19.|As a mother of five children and a graduate of two university degrees herself, Clare Bond can relate to students doing it tough in the current climate of COVID-19.

28/05/2020

COVID-19: demystifying emerging reports of viral reinfection

As human beings, we are all well-equipped to fight off viruses since, as with most infectious agents, these pathogens succumb to a healthy immune system's attack – however, there are cases of viruses that lay dormant inside a person’s body, sometimes reactivating years later.|As human beings, we are all well-equipped to fight off viruses since, as with most infectious agents, these pathogens succumb to a healthy immune system's attack – however, there are cases of viruses that lay dormant inside a person’s body, sometimes reactivating years later.

28/05/2020

Uluru Statement from the Heart

Uluru statement of the heart|Uluru statement of the heart

27/05/2020

International student empowers his peers through COVID-19 volunteer work

CQUniversity student Jeet Mukherjee has continued his passion for helping others despite the disruption caused by COVID-19. The Indian international student is an advocate for his multicultural peers who are hard-hit during the current pandemic by volunteering his time organising food relief and welfare initiatives.|CQUniversity student Jeet Mukherjee has continued his passion for helping others despite the disruption caused by COVID-19. The Indian international student is an advocate for his multicultural peers who are hard-hit during the current pandemic by volunteering his time organising food relief and welfare initiatives.

27/05/2020

CQUni alumnus Jessica goes full steam ahead on career podcast

CQUniversity Engineering alumnus Jessica Kahl has embraced the online space during the time of COVID-19 by bringing a brand-new careers podcast on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) opportunities for school leavers.|CQUniversity Engineering alumnus Jessica Kahl has embraced the online space during the time of COVID-19 by bringing a brand-new careers podcast on Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics (STEAM) opportunities for school leavers.

27/05/2020

CQUni partners with Adani to deliver opportunities for graduates

CQUni partners with Adani to deliver opportunities for graduates |CQUni partners with Adani to deliver opportunities for graduates

26/05/2020

Celebrating international students in our communities

The impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on Australia's international education sector have been huge, as closed borders and travel restrictions have locked out aspiring students. As the $40 billion sector counts the cost, CQUniversity is determined to focus on the many positive community impacts of our international students.|The impacts of the COVID-19 crisis on Australia's international education sector have been huge, as closed borders and travel restrictions have locked out aspiring students. As the $40 billion sector counts the cost, CQUniversity is determined to focus on the many positive community impacts of our international students.

26/05/2020

Friendly face driving community connection in Rocky despite crisis

He’s lived in Rockhampton for less than a year, but CQUniversity Master of Engineering student Madhoor Ravikumar Dhuginar is providing a friendly connection for many locals isolated by the pandemic lockdowns.|He’s lived in Rockhampton for less than a year, but CQUniversity Master of Engineering student Madhoor Ravikumar Dhuginar is providing a friendly connection for many locals isolated by the pandemic lockdowns.

25/05/2020