University of Queensland research has found children who have been abused or neglected are likely to struggle academically during adolescence.

22 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

A report released today by a UQ law expert has found criminal justice interventions in domestic violence situations in Queensland are in urgent need of improvement.

8 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
Part of the 2010 School of Architecture Summer Exhibition

The future of architectural design is being showcased at the annual 2010 School of Architecture Summer Exhibition held at The University of Queensland’s (UQ) St Lucia campus.

6 December 2010
Jo Sampford with Dr Jose Ramos-Horta

International Relations student Jo Sampford never guessed that attending a small Tuesday-night Oxfam forum in Brisbane would lead to working in the office of Timorese President and Nobel Peace Laureate Dr Jose Ramos-Horta.

6 December 2010
Playing football in Ghana

Playing Djembe and football with some Ghanaian friends was an enjoyable part of Charles Hunt's recent research trip to West Africa.

6 December 2010

Some of Australia’s most prominent authors have contributed to a new book that reveals the literary and historical treasures of The University of Queensland’s (UQ) Fryer Library.

30 November 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

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

Atmospheric pollution and religious rules on contraception are just some of the topics to be discussed at a World Philosophy Day oration at The University of Queensland (UQ) tomorrow (18 November).

17 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

The Global Change Institute at The University of Queensland will host renowned scientist and author, Professor Naomi Oreskes, on November 16, for the Brisbane leg of her Australian tour.

10 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

Two new programs that are being offered by The University of Queensland’s (UQ) Faculty of Arts in 2011 are designed to give graduates a competitive edge.

4 November 2010

ANALYSING techniques used in the theatre to keep audiences spellbound led a University of Queensland psychology lecturer to change his own teaching style, with amazing results.

1 November 2010

The Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences celebrated the outstanding achievements of some of its top teachers at its annual faculty Teaching and Learning Awards ceremony today.

1 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

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