Milan Gandhi

An “exceptional” UQ student who founded his own not-for-profit organisation received a perfect score at the 2017 Lawyers Weekly Australian Law Awards.

12 September 2017
Professor Heather Douglas

Magistrates, judges, victims and support officers nationwide can now refer to a one-stop reference guide about domestic and family violence.

16 June 2017
Brahman cattle grazing on an Australian property

Increasing fertility in cows, building better computers for aerospace, more accurately predicting land values, and revolutionising athletic footwear are research projects about as diverse as could be imagined.

5 May 2017
Photograph of the missing aircraft, taken in France in 2011. Credit: Laurent Errera - L'Union, France

Free market incentives could be offered to help finally locate the resting place of Malaysia Airlines flight 370, according to a University of Queensland economist.

4 May 2017
Dr Monica Chien and Dr Sarah Kelly are working to promote Kobe as a destination.

The University of Queensland Business School is helping shape Brisbane’s sister city Kobe into an attractive international sports and tourist destination.

2 May 2017
Parents can play a formative role in university selection

What will influence your decision about which university you attend, or which university you advise your children to enrol at?

4 April 2017
UQ Chancellor Peter Varghese AO, Professor Sarah Derrington (Dean of Law and Head of TC Beirne School of Law), The Honourable Susan Kiefel AC, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia, UQ Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Peter Høj.

The $35-million renovation of a Brisbane icon – The University of Queensland’s Forgan Smith building – has been officially opened by The Hon Justice Susan Kiefel AC, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia.

14 March 2017
Professor Quiggin said a publicly owned National Grid was the only coherent response to failed reform.

A publicly owned national electricity grid is the logical solution to Australia’s energy crisis, according to University of Queensland economist Professor John Quiggin.

3 March 2017

Caravan club members are pouring millions of dollars into rural and regional Australia – even if they only travel short distances and set up camp for a weekend.

24 September 2013

Disasters such as Tropical Cyclone Usagi that closed airports in Hong Kong at the weekend, leading to the cancellation of hundreds of flights, can have catastrophic effects on tourism, causing traveller numbers to plummet and decimating tourism...

23 September 2013
Global Voices WTO Delegates with Former Trade Minister Craig Emerson.

A University of Queensland student will experience international policymaking first-hand at the World Trade Organization Ministerial Conference in Indonesia in December.

5 September 2013

A University of Queensland electronic law expert has warned that a United States Appeals Court ruling to hold remote ‘texters’ liable for accidents caused by drivers reading their messages could have ramifications in Australia.

30 August 2013
Leading University of Queensland (UQ) criminologist Professor Lorraine Mazerolle is the 2013 recipient of the Joan McCord Award.

Leading University of Queensland (UQ) criminologist Professor Lorraine Mazerolle is the 2013 recipient of the Joan McCord Award for outstanding contributions to experimental research, policy and practice, and for developing the experimental careers...

29 August 2013

The University of Queensland has launched a new business club to keep companies abreast of the latest developments in supply chain management and service operations.

27 August 2013
Louisa Shuwenlin, Natalie Frost, Sabrina Ihlenfeldt, Michael Eales, Cassie Godbold and Laura Teutemann.

A social enterprise which helps restaurants to raise money for children’s charities is launching in Australia with help from The University of Queensland Business School Advertising students.

20 August 2013

A new database containing details of prosecutions and documented cases developed by The University of Queensland (UQ) Migrant Smuggling Working Group aims to boost global efforts against migrant smuggling.

15 August 2013

A new project lead by The University of Queensland will enable the development of more effective tourism destination marketing plans through better consumer behaviour research

1 August 2013
Image courtesy of Jonas Ingman.

University of Queensland researchers found affordable regional cuisine, local market produce, hands-on experiences and food events are the key to attracting food tourists.

17 July 2013

Two leading academics will soon join The University of Queensland’s School of Economics following a global search last year.

3 June 2013
Co-authors UQ Law graduate Jarrod Jolly and Professor Andreas Schloenhardt have been shortlisted for the LexisNexis Centenary Book Award for their book Trafficking Persons in Australia: Myths and Realities.

Two University of Queensland Law School researchers have been shortlisted for the LexisNexis Centenary Book Award, Australia’s most prestigious prize for legal literature.

7 May 2013