Selena Uibo

For UQ graduand Selena Uibo, giving back is her driving force.

13 December 2010

Virginia Woolf’s influence on the past 100 years of literary and visual culture will be discussed at a symposium that opens at The University of Queensland (UQ) today.

10 December 2010
A chateaux in southern France on the Medieval Study Tour course itinerary.

A group of students from The University of Queensland will travel to southern France next July as part of a course in medieval history.

10 December 2010
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

The Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies (CCCS) will present a public lecture entitled "Designing Culture: The Technological Imagination at Work" on December 9 at UQ.

6 December 2010

The third International Conference on Narrative Inquiry in Music and Education (NIME3) was opened with a world premiere of Three Madrigals on Love at The University of Queensland recently.

3 December 2010

Australia’s first science and technology focused Confucius Institute will be officially opened at The University of Queensland (UQ) today (Friday, 19 November 2010).

19 November 2010

A phone application (app) to help people survive natural disasters is being developed by a team at The University of Queensland (UQ).

15 November 2010
An aerial view of the construction of the Forgan Smith Building in 1946

The details of an iconic Brisbane building and its place in World War II history have been revealed in a new book.

5 November 2010
UQ’s top teachers were presented with their awards at Customs House this week

A DIVERSE group of academics united by a passion for teaching was last night recognised at the 2010 University of Queensland Excellence in Teaching & Learning Awards.

2 November 2010

Three University of Queensland students selected as delegates to promote cross-cultural relations with China attended the inaugural Australia-China Youth Dialogue (ACYD) earlier this month.

14 October 2010

One of Australia’s leading scholars will discuss how the humanities are fighting for survival at a UQ public lecture next week.

6 October 2010

The Confucius Institute Headquarters has awarded a CI Fellowship in Chinese Studies to Dr Leong Ko from the UQ School of Languages and Comparative Cultural Studies.

4 October 2010
Dr Andrew Fairbairn

The world’s earliest known high-altitude human settlement, dating back 49,000 years, has been found buried under volcanic ash in the mountains of Papua New Guinea.

30 September 2010

Former Trinity Anglican School, Cairns student Balawyn Jones was awarded a $24,000 UQ Excellence Scholarship this year to study Arts/Law, placing her one step closer to a career in politics.

28 September 2010

UQ’s Dr Elizabeth Stephens is set to investigate why consumers are more likely to buy a “clinically proven” cosmetic product.

28 September 2010

Seven students from Wakayama University in Japan recently toured UQ as part of a two-week immersion course in Australian education and culture.

20 September 2010
Guests listen to live interpreting in Japanese and Chinese at the opening of the newly refurbished JM Campbell Conference Facility

UQ’s reputation as a global leader in translation and interpreting studies has received a boost with the opening of a high-tech learning space.

17 September 2010

Sixteen UQ students recently travelled to China for a month as part of a research internship study tour.

6 September 2010

A student at UQ has been awarded a prestigious Confucius Institute scholarship, for a semester of study in China with all tuition fees, accommodation and living costs paid.

6 September 2010