Andrew Hurle Reconstructions (after CW Dickinson) 2011 (detail) Pigment ink jet print Courtesy of the artist and Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney.

An exhibition opening at The University of Queensland Art Museum next week aims to scratch below the surface of our economic systems to reveal money’s enigmatic side.

4 November 2016
(l to r) Sarah Bradley, Professor Patricia Pollett, Dr Campbell Gray, Curtis Scibilia

An $8 million gift to The University of Queensland will benefit arts and music programs at the University and across the state.

18 August 2016
Earring with Goose, Gold, Hellenistic period, 300 - 100 BC. Purchased from Fragments of Time, Massachusetts, 2008.

The extravagant lifestyle of the Roman Empire will be on show at The University of Queensland from this weekend, in a new exhibition at the RD Milns Antiquities Museum.

7 June 2016
Dami graduated from UQ with a Bachelor of Music with first class honours in 2009.

Dami Im was a top performer while studying music at The University of Queensland – and now she’s facing the performance of a lifetime.

4 March 2016

The University of Queensland’s Confucius Institute and the Queensland Police Service, Far North District, have joined forces to develop a safety brochure for tourists travelling to North Queensland.

18 January 2016
UQ’s Symphony Orchestra practising at QPAC.

Students from The University of Queensland’s School of Music will take to the stage at QPAC this weekend for a special concert featuring works by Vaughan Williams, Edward Elgar and a performance of Peter Sculthorpe’s most famous work — Kakadu .

14 October 2015

If you go down to the woods today …

22 July 2015

While most Queenslanders are all too aware of the impact natural disasters can have on their lives and the community, new research being carried out at The University of Queensland’s School of Social Science aims to investigate the specific impact...

14 October 2013

Traditional Aboriginal art, design, song and dance in central Australia will be the focus of The University of Queensland’s Diversity Week public lecture, Singing, Dancing and Painting Country, on Friday May 24.

20 May 2013

Several University of Queensland organisations, schools and faculties recently celebrated International Women’s Day on March 8, 2012.

15 March 2012

Jenny Max, a University of Queensland Masters of Communication (Communication for Social Change) student, has received a Prime Minister's Pacific-Australia (PMPA) Award in recognition of her leadership potential and academic achievements.

20 December 2011
Project chief investigators (left to right) Professor Boreham, A/Professor Geoff Dow, A/Professor Warren Lafffan and Professor Mark Western

UQ's Institute for Social Science Research (ISSR) released findings of a major, three-year longitudinal study of 4000 Queenslanders on their social wellbeing by region, gender and age at a symposium last week.

15 December 2011

A mixture of relief and a touch of sadness are the emotions experienced by Indigenous arts/law student Zoë Cochrane as she readies for her UQ graduation ceremony in mid-December.

12 December 2011

Experts from government will attend presentations by the nation's leading researchers on families and family policy at a two-day workshop, "Family, Work and Wellbeing over the Life Course", at The University of Queensland, held on October 20–21.

18 October 2011

A powerful series of UQ art exhibitions is providing a rare opportunity to discover the human face behind the asylum seeker debate in time for 2011 Refugee Week (June 19–25).

20 June 2011

With Valentine's Day fast approaching, a UQ study is shedding light on differences in relationships between people of different cultures, especially Chinese and non-Chinese backgrounds.

1 February 2011
Kathy Brennan

It’s said all good things come to those who wait and this has never been truer than for St Lucia’s Kathy Brennan whose UQ degree has been 48 years in the making.

7 December 2010
Professor Ian Lilley, “UQ’s Indiana Jones”.

A passion for researching early human settlements has taken archaeologist Professor Ian Lilley to some of the world’s most remote regions, and led to him being dubbed “UQ’s Indiana Jones”.

29 November 2010
A still from Comida Para Gatos (Food for Cats)

Film fans are invited to spend a day in northern Spain without leaving UQ.

29 October 2010

Salsa into Queen Street Mall on Saturday, September 11, for Oxfam UQ’s Dance for Your World 2010 Performance Day show.

2 September 2010