A mixture of relief and a touch of sadness are the emotions experienced by Indigenous arts/law student Zoë Cochrane as she readies for her UQ graduation ceremony in mid-December.

12 December 2011
From L-R: Alexandra Wolhuter; Anna Charles; Brooke Thompson; Catherine Drummond and Lindsay Collins

The plight of child soldiers and the mistreatment of Australian POW's during WWII are two of the real life situations used to illustrate the principles of international humanitarian law as part of a high school education program developed by...

5 December 2011

Visionary philanthropist Mr Andrew Brice and a mainstay of quality current affairs journalism on Australian television screens for more than 40 years Mr Kerry O’Brien will each receive honorary doctorates during UQ's December 7–16 graduation period.

5 December 2011

Mr Millhouse is arguably Australia’s leading expert on the legal issues presented by major public and private infrastructure projects, especially those associated with water.

5 December 2011

The Honourable Patrick Keane's academic and professional careers can only be described as exceptional. He has rendered distinguished service to Queensland as its Solicitor-General for many years and, more recently, as Chief Justice of the Federal...

5 December 2011

Andrew Brice is co-founder and CEO of The University of Queensland Endowment Fund (UQef), co-founder and non-executive director of Wotif.com, non-executive director of Diabetes Smart Pty Ltd, founding director of MenzurX Pty Ltd and a Fellow of the...

5 December 2011
UQ Chinese students Julie Wu, Jonnie Wang, Yolanda Li and Stephanie Tan

The huge growth in Chinese tourism to Australia is proving a boon not only to the economy, but also to Chinese UQ students, who are in demand as translators at a luxury island resort off Brisbane’s coast.

2 December 2011

MBA students have helped to launch a social business which provides marginalised young men with an opportunity to run their own shoe shine operation.

28 November 2011

Pearl farmers in Fiji are set to benefit from the expertise of UQ Business School students. Five MBA students from the school have spent a week in Savusavu, Fiji working with a small group of pearl farmers to help them improve their livelihood.

28 November 2011

The history of law and its influence on the development of modern society is the theme of a University of Queensland conference to be held at Brisbane's historic Customs House next month.

22 November 2011

Employee exchange programs, interpersonal training and wellness programs are the key to enhancing employee engagement, according to students at The University of Queensland.

15 November 2011

One of Adelaide's most unusual cultural tourism developments, the Heritage Highlights interpretive trail, won Best New Tourism Development at the 2011 South Australian Tourism Awards in early November.

15 November 2011

UQ's performance in the highly competitive Australian Research Council (ARC) funding arena has gone from strength to strength with the announcement of successful Future Fellowships and Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA) yesterday (...

15 November 2011
Some of the TRIP students in Linville, Queensland

UQ tourism students have applied their knowledge to assist regional tourism enterprises finetune their operations.

10 November 2011
The Reading Room at Washington University (WU)

A new partnership between The University of Queensland's TC Beirne School of Law and the Washington University (WU) School of Law in St Louis is giving UQ law students a chance to undertake formal study in two jurisdictions and add a postgraduate...

10 November 2011
From L to R: TRIP students Jun Deng, Wenxi He, Ngoc Nguyun, Johnathan Ingold and Emily Nankervis in Linville, Queensland

Students have put their classroom learnings to practical use through a creative work integrated learning experience which aims to deliver positive outcomes for all stakeholders.

10 November 2011

The Qantas grounding that saw 98,000 passengers disrupted and 108 aircrafts immobilised is having a negative impact on an already struggling Australian tourism industry, according to an expert from The University of Queensland.

3 November 2011

Legal researchers at The University of Queensland’s School of Law will benefit from funding of almost $1 million in the latest round of Australian Research Council grants.

2 November 2011

Researchers from UQ’s School of Economics have received more than $1 million in this year’s round of Australian Research Council Discovery Grants.

1 November 2011

A group of University of Queensland students have been named the winners of a competition to find Australia’s best university Law Revue sketch.

28 October 2011