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
Crocodile (detail) by unknown artist (1958). Ochres and resin on wood. Collection of The University of Queensland Anthropology Museum

The University of Queensland Art Museum will be swimming with crocodiles, sharks and the odd dugong for its next exhibition, and you’re encouraged to dive in for the experience.

24 August 2010
Students Jocelyn Farebrothere, Joel Wright and Tess Millerick participate in group work with lecturer Dr Katelyn Barney

By setting group work and encouraging deep thinking, UQ’s Dr Liz Mackinlay and Dr Katelyn Barney hope to implement reconciliation in a practical way.

28 May 2010
"Alter Ego" (2000) by William Yang

Members of the public are invited to experience Being Other when artist William Yang gives a free public lecture at St Lucia this Wednesday.

25 May 2010

University of Queensland research has shown almost 50 percent of same-sex attracted women over the age of 34 have children in their lives and most want to marry.

24 May 2010
Zuzana Petovska on fieldwork in the Tiwi Islands

UQ’s Rotary Peace Fellows will present their experiences of contemporary peacebuilding during their annual seminar on May 22nd.

17 May 2010

A UQ academic who has been offered an internationally competitive research scholarship says he hopes to use the opportunity to raise the profile of Japanese art in Australia.

29 April 2010

A new study at The University of Queensland is exploring the needs and experiences of people with dementia and their carers as they stop driving.

4 March 2010
HHH #1 by Fiona Foley (2004)

Race relations, female sexuality and the history of opium in Queensland are among the issues tackled head on by the UQ Art Museum's latest exhibition.

16 February 2010