awards and prizes
If Leonardo Da Vinci was the quintessential Renaissance man, then Dr Donald Tugby may well be his heir apparent.
The American Australian Association (AAA) has awarded fellowships to two UQ postgraduates to undertake innovative and advanced research in the United States.
An arresting black-and-white image taken in Nepal has won an annual photography competition organised by UQ’s School of Political Science and International Studies.
The UQ sporting community recognised last year’s outstanding athletic performances at the annual Blues & Sports Awards Dinner in March.
Alumnus Professor Michael Steer has received a top US military honour for work defusing explosive devices in the Middle East.
Two esteemed graduates who studied medicine together almost half a century ago were honoured at a University of Queensland gala dinner on July 3.
UQ graduates can be assured their alumni magazine is a good read after it won a national award for excellence recently.
While committed to performing well academically, 2010 Graduate of the Year Karl Davy is also passionate about sharing his knowledge with others.
One of UQ’s first nursing graduates was recognised for her work raising awareness of prevention and early detection of cancer by being named the Cancer Council Queensland’s 2009 Nurse of the Year.
Like most horror fans, Gary Kemble remembers the exact moment he was truly scared by a book; it was while reading Stephen King’s The Shining in high school.
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