Two professors from The University of Queensland have been recognised as experts in the field of psychology with their recent appointment to the prestigious Australian Research Council (ARC) College.

21 December 2012

Gaythorne’s Cameron Eckersley will graduate from The University of Queensland next week armed with a Bachelor of Environmental Management (BEnvMan) as well as a sharp global outlook thanks to his additional diploma studies.

11 December 2012
UQ Bachelor of Social Work graduand Madeline Smith puts into practice her community development skills in rural communities in Thailand.

Madeline Smith of Bulimba will graduate from The University of Queensland on Monday with a Bachelor of Social Work and an experience she will never forget.

7 December 2012
Noosa’s Elle Henson will graduate with a Bachelor of Social Work from UQ next week.

Noosa’s Elle Henson will be one step closer to achieving her dream of helping disadvantaged people reach their potential when she graduates from The University of Queensland on Monday.

6 December 2012

Ten University of Queensland journalism students and three staff have landed in Hanoi, Vietnam, this morning for a 10-day intensive field reporting course.

19 November 2012

Collaboration and communication between national government and industry is the key to facilitating tourism innovation, according to a study by The University of Queensland.

14 November 2012

University of Queensland postgraduate student Madeline Farmer is looking to recruit people between the ages of 65 – 80 who may have a phobia to take part in a research study.

9 November 2012
Dr Jason Tangen

The growth of online learning has led a University of Queensland lecturer to question if there is any truth in the statement, “if you can be replaced by a video then you probably should be.”

2 November 2012
Students from Chulalongkorn University

The largest single cohort of Thai students in any one program has recently commenced study in psychology at The University of Queensland.

30 October 2012

The University of Queensland was recently ranked one of the world's top universities for social sciences by the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2012-13.

30 October 2012

A study by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) with The University of Queensland has identified the need for a ‘whole of government approach’ in dealing with challenges to effective governance and policy development in...

23 October 2012

Australia is spending $31 million a year importing a critical blood product used to treat a range of neurological, hematological and immunological disorders.

5 October 2012

A unique assessment tool which helps identify and build on strengths in young people at risk has been developed by Dr Julie Bower from The University of Queensland's School of Education.

3 October 2012

Could traditional research methods be missing the big picture?

3 October 2012

UQ criminologist Dr Adrian Cherney is heading a research project aimed at examining the factors influencing government legitimacy following post-conflict reconstruction.

3 October 2012

Teaching is no longer restricted just to the classroom, with students now venturing outdoors to learn how to connect with their environment and develop the values, knowledge and practices of environmental sustainability.

3 October 2012

UniQuest Pty Limited, The University of Queensland’s (UQ) main commercialisation company, has appointed Joe McLean as General Manager of its Consulting & Research (C&R) Division.

28 September 2012
UQ's Dr Genevieve Healy has received a Scopus Award for her research into the health impacts of sitting down.

A University of Queensland (UQ) medical scientist has been recognised as an outstanding young researcher at the 3rd annual Scopus Young Researcher of the Year Awards 2012.

24 September 2012

The State Government budget delivered recently shows funding will be cut to Queensland Drug Courts, but UQ School of Psychology lecturer Dr Genevieve Dingle believes this will do more harm than good.

24 September 2012

In a world-first, a team of University of Queensland researchers has developed a laboratory aimed at unpacking and understanding the political implications of news television programs.

20 September 2012