University of Queensland Press will release a 10th anniversary edition of award-winning author Tara June Winch’s debut novel Swallow the Air on January 4.

21 December 2015

Move over partridge. It’s the brush turkey’s time to shine. UQ is counting down to Christmas with its very own 12 Days of Christmas carol.

14 December 2015
LittleWren founders Georgia Lejeune and Sonya Gellert met while studying at UQ.

LittleWren is a teen magazine with a difference – there are no articles on eye make-up or tips on what to wear on a first date.

1 December 2015
The philosophy course develops cognitive skills and philosophical ideas.

Students around the world preparing for English proficiency testing now have access to a new online course offered by The University of Queensland.

26 November 2015

What started as a story idea in high school has grown into a published novel for University of Queensland Bachelor of Music graduate and first-time author Tess McLennan.

24 November 2015
An image from One Hundred Days at 7pm 2015.

Victorian artist Fiona McMonagle has been awarded one of Australia’s most prestigious art prizes, The University of Queensland’s National Self-Portrait Prize 2015.

13 November 2015
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and UQ graduate Shea Spierings. Credit: The UN

From concreter to Australian Youth Representative to the United Nations, University of Queensland graduate Shea Spierings is on a mission to help improve education prospects for young Australians.

11 November 2015
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
LightPlay will be held at the UQ Art Museum on October 30

A concert composed by two University of Queensland students that combines music, visual art and electronics will open at the UQ Art Museum this month.

12 October 2015
Head and brain injuries are infants' most frequent injuries from assault

Assault-related injuries are significantly more severe and lead to greater long term disability in Queensland than do childhood injuries from accidents, a child safety researcher says.

1 October 2015
Good social support for mums - before and after birth - prevents mental health decline.

New mums are at lower risk of postnatal depression if they stay connected with their important social networks.

29 September 2015
UQ Big Band members after a recent performance

Carnegie Hall and Central Park in New York, and Disneyland in Los Angeles, are among the venues where the University of Queensland Big Band will perform next year on its first international tour.

10 September 2015
A scene from one of two free movies at Schonell Theatre.

Contemporary Chinese culture will be on display at two free movie screenings to be held at the Schonell Theatre at The University of Queensland this week.

10 September 2015
UQ journalism students bound for India meet Vice Chancellor Professor Peter Høj.

Aspiring foreign correspondents from The University of Queensland will head to New Delhi as part of a program that Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Høj hopes will make UQ’s School of Communication and Arts a top destination itself.

8 September 2015
Adolescents can use exclusion to get others offside and isolate them, thereby exerting their own dominance and power in a group.

A UQ researcher has found that social exclusion among teens can be more harmful than direct bullying.

3 September 2015
Conference presenter William Lee, with law school dean Professor Sarah Derrington

Three University of Queensland law students will travel to Myanmar next week to present at the Asia Pro Bono Conference and Legal Ethics Forum.

2 September 2015
A watercolour by artist Augustus Earle, from the Rex Nan Kivell Collection; NK12/36 - National Library of Australia.

Art historian Dr Mary Eagle will deliver the 2015 Mayne Centre Lecture this week at The University of Queensland.

24 August 2015
Nell The Dr. said it was like being hit by lightning 2013, Courtesy of the artist and Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery, Sydney.

Some of Australia’s best physics research takes place at The University of Queensland, so it is fitting that the UQ Art Museum is celebrating the International Year of Light and Light-based Technologies (IYL 2015).

7 August 2015

If you go down to the woods today …

22 July 2015
Robert Forster.

Forty years after starting his degree, international musician and singer-songwriter Robert Forster has finally attended a graduation ceremony at The University of Queensland.

21 July 2015