An operator prepares to launch a drone.

Researchers are launching a $9 million study which aims to embed ethics and the law into autonomous defence systems, such as self-driving military vehicles.

1 March 2019
The "Look at Me Now, Dad" team ... Nicole Brazier, William Randall, Edward O'Brien, and Joshua Roser.

After winning the national round of the KMPG International Case Competition, four UQ Faculty of Business, Economics and Law students have claimed runner-up position for Australia in the world finals of the prestigious competition.

15 May 2016
Ann Peterson (centre) with Sandy Williams, David Neil, Dominic McGrath, Deidre Seeto and Lynda Petherick

More than 30,000 University of Queensland students have completed an online academic integrity program, which raises awareness of academic misconduct and explains how to correctly cite information.

31 October 2012

University of Queensland PhD student Regan Forrest aims to increase outbound student mobility to China, with the goal of creating long-term relationships both in business and in research.

30 October 2012
From left to right: Ms Jane Malady, Research Development Manager; Mr Hayato Nagai; Dr Jan Packer, RHD Coordinator; Ms Kuan Lee; and Ms Jianyu Ma

Data collection, time management and coping strategies for negative emotions were some of the topics covered at the recent UQ School of Tourism Research Higher Degree (RHD) Colloquium.

23 October 2012

A project aimed at boosting international student travel to the Gold Coast has received $25,000 in Federal Government funding to help develop initiatives that will stimulate investment and increase tourism.

21 September 2012

Indigenous tourism businesses in Western Australia are planning to target new customers in the US and Canada with help from two of the world’s top business schools.

3 August 2012

The University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law will be offering insights into how law study can benefit every business professional, at an information evening in Brisbane next Thursday.

14 May 2012

Senator George Brandis SC and Graham Perrett MP are among the distinguished panel of speakers appearing at the forthcoming Rule of Law: Contemporary Issues Conference taking place in Brisbane on 20 April at the Hilton Hotel.

1 March 2012
School of Tourism students with Dr Richard Robinson, Mr Neil Scanlan and Mr Gavin Wheeler at the Novotel Brisbane

UQ School of Tourism students recently had the exclusive opportunity to experience the culture and workings of an international hotel from an insider’s perspective, staying as live-in guests and participating in immersion style classes at Accor...

10 February 2012
University of Queensland School of Tourism graduate, Simon Yang Xiao will complete his graduate program with the Brisbane Marriott Hotel

Recent reforms to work visa arrangements for international students may make it easier for students to find employment in Australia after graduation.

12 January 2012
Ms Lin Ke is looking forward to embarking on her career in the tourism industry

The global financial crisis, the high Australian dollar and the series of natural disasters affecting key tourist destinations have all had an impact on the tourism industry.

12 January 2012

One of Adelaide's most unusual cultural tourism developments, the Heritage Highlights interpretive trail, won Best New Tourism Development at the 2011 South Australian Tourism Awards in early November.

15 November 2011
Some of the TRIP students in Linville, Queensland

UQ tourism students have applied their knowledge to assist regional tourism enterprises finetune their operations.

10 November 2011
From L to R: TRIP students Jun Deng, Wenxi He, Ngoc Nguyun, Johnathan Ingold and Emily Nankervis in Linville, Queensland

Students have put their classroom learnings to practical use through a creative work integrated learning experience which aims to deliver positive outcomes for all stakeholders.

10 November 2011

Leading organisational behavior experts at The University of Queensland Business School have joined forces with law societies across Australia to confront unacceptable workplace behaviour and toxic organisational cultures.

17 October 2011

Graeme Wood is one of Queensland's most successful entrepreneurs and a national leader in philanthropy for education, arts, the environment and youth.

13 July 2011
The Northern Territory is one of Australia's most popular tourist destinations. Image Cameron McCool

An international expert has highlighted the importance of the Chinese tourism market at a recent symposium hosted by The University of Queensland.

20 June 2011
UQ students Rebecca Upton and Eva Kiriakoff (left and centre) with Uniquest's Suzanne Brangwin and Mel Dunn

A new internship program is helping University of Queensland students work with vulnerable communities overseas.

28 April 2011

Job security, flexible hours, and relaxed rules about mobile phone use at work are what Gen Y staff members want from their employers, according to University of Queensland research.

31 March 2011