University of Queensland researchers have appeared at the United Nations in New York today to speak about the responsibility of UN member states to protect their people from atrocities.

8 September 2014
Sydney Opera House

University of Queensland music student John Rotar has been selected to write a piece of music to replace the traditional cue bells in the Sydney Opera House.

30 June 2014
UQ Alumnus and literary giant David Malouf is celebrating turning 80 with a series of public events on June 6 and 7.

University of Queensland alumnus and Australian literary legend David Malouf is celebrating his 80th birthday – and UQ is hosting the party.

4 June 2014
UQ project aims to strengthen relationships between schools and communities.

Student performance on tests should not be the only criteria for judging schools, according to a University of Queensland-led project in Bundaberg, Childers and Gin Gin.

26 May 2014

A University of Queensland study shows Facebook is one of the alcohol industry’s key promotional tools, sparking concerns about inadequate regulation of alcohol marketing on social media.

20 May 2014

The University of Queensland is seeking help from the public to piece together stories of the thousands of Australians who served in France during World War I.

24 April 2014
Classic lines from ancient poetry to melt the heart of your lover this Valentine's Day.

As Valentine’s Day approaches, UQ Chair of Classics and Ancient History Professor Alastair Blanshard turns to the past to offer classic lines to melt the heart of your valentine.

11 February 2014
 Dr Andy Fairbairn gets down and dirty on a dig.

An inspirational lecture by a UQ history professor almost 20 years ago has led to a regular archaeology segment starting on 612 ABC Brisbane radio this week.

30 January 2014