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MEDIA RELEASE: CQUni sees STEM program offers on the rise


STEM program offers on the rise at CQUni Key points – Almost half of all CQUniversity’s 2016 offers have been to applicants wishing to study a science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) program. This trend shows that more and more new university students are seeing the many opportunities available in this area. Almost 70 percent of students offered a place ... Read More »

CQUni TAFE Careers Expo unveils opportunities across CQ, Tuesday January 19

Hi CQ media, Happy New Year! Hope you’ve all enjoyed a bit of a break – and now we’re back at it, hope you can please preview details of this event for your region. First step to stellar career begins at CQUni TAFE Careers Expo Ready to take the next step in your career in 2016? Step into the CQUniversity ... Read More »

Bricklaying WorldSkills competitors in training in Rockhampton


This Friday and Saturday three bricklaying Worldskills contenders, their executive (from Mackay) and industry reps (from Hervey Bay and Rockhampton) will unite on Rockhampton to practice for the expected national Worldskills rivalry. Subside Carr, a bricklaying instructor, local convenor, and National Worldskills judge, will lead this preparation which will set up these tradies for the national occasion in September. Venue: ... Read More »

Merger means CQUniversity Mackay City Campus is ready for refurbishment


Staff and understudies at Cquniversity Mackay City Campus are situated to see the site converted, with chip away at the $10.2 million repair beginning on Monday July 7. Cquniversity Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Scott Bowman went by the grounds on Wednesday July 2, simply a day after the merger with CQ TAFE was authoritatively dispatched. Emulating a visit with Director ... Read More »

Keeping alive the traditions of Torres Strait Islander food

Margaret Anderson

Margaret Anderson is a Torres Strait Islander woman from Far North Queensland who is undertaking a Masters in Creative and Performing Arts with CQUniversity. She recently drove from Cairns where she lives to the Rockhampton Campus, in order to participate in training for researchers, along with visiting the library, the Office of Research and the Office of Indigenous Engagement. Margaret ... Read More »

New fund to support environmental research


  Central Queensland Koala Volunteers has partnered with The Royal Society of Queensland to establish a research trust fund to support environmental research in the region. Queensland Governor Penelope Wensley will launch the Trust at the Queensland Museum on Friday June 13. Central Queensland Koala Volunteers has supported koala research through CQUniversity’s Koala Research Centre for more than 20 years. The Volunteers ... Read More »

Acting PM’s visit marks milestone for allied and oral health services and education in Rockhampton region

Today’s (Wed, June 11) visit by Acting Prime Minister Warren Truss marks an important milestone in the expansion of allied and oral health services and education in the Rockhampton region. Mr Truss will be joined by Member for Capricornia Michelle Landry to conduct a sod-turning ceremony for the $14 million Stage 2 of the CQUniversity Health Clinic on Rockhampton Campus. ... Read More »

Bursary winner Abby keen to expand work with Indigenous peoples


As Queensland’s only recipient of the Lambert McBride Perpetual Education Bursary this year, CQUniversity Psychology student Abby Louis plans to make a difference for Indigenous peoples. Ms Louis has been announced as the 2014 winner of the $5000 Bursary, established by the Queensland Government to recognise the 40th anniversary of the 1967 Constitutional referendum. The Bursary, open to Indigenous students in their second or third-year ... Read More »

Around 50 fledgling engineers converge in Rockhampton

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Around 50 engineering students who are nearing graduation will converge at CQUniversity Rockhampton for their final presentations and poster displays. They are able to face the future with confidence since many have already been ‘talent-spotted’ or snapped up by employers, even before completing their degrees. The annual GEConTM event enables students to reflect on real-world projects ranging across the fields ... Read More »

Parents of infants and toddlers welcome at focus group in Rockhampton

Parents of infants and toddlers are invited to attend one of three focus groups coming up in Rockhampton, Mackay and South Brisbane during July to provide input for a comprehensive study of community perspectives regarding sleep and settling strategies for infants and toddlers. The focus groups will give parents the chance to share their experiences, thoughts and concerns about sleep ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes