World Heritage listing can be a double-edged sword, a researcher from The University of Queensland’s School of Tourism has found.

22 December 2009

"The Conference of the Parties takes note of the Copenhagen Accord," says a final decision at the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) Conference in Copenhagen (COP15). The Copenhagen Accord was formally recognised by the Conference of...

21 December 2009

Tourist operators and promoters need to be creative rather than slash prices, a world expert on tourism crisis management from The University of Queensland says.

18 December 2009

At the age of 21, Anstead’s Leonie Bowles has already seen many parts of the world, including Canada, Japan and even Bermuda.

17 December 2009

A UQ Pacific law expert is investigating the competing considerations involved for potential candidates in deciding whether to accept judicial appointment in an illegal regime.

16 December 2009
Nicky Burns with her sons James, 6, and Aidan, 4

Recent UQ Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) graduate Nicole Burns says she was in a quandary on discovering she was pregnant just two days into her degree with the UQ Business School five years ago.

15 December 2009

It could be third time lucky for UQ Business School researcher Darren Lee, who has again been nominated for the Australian Sustainability Awards.

9 December 2009

An understanding of the industry, a network of contacts and work experience are the keys to claiming a dream job in event management.

8 December 2009

More than 160 graduands are preparing for The University of Queensland Ipswich Campus graduation ceremonies tomorrow.

8 December 2009

UQ Business School expert Alastair Tombs and co-researcher Shelagh Ferguson (University of Otago) pose new questions about why our clothes are so important to us.

7 December 2009

New research led by a University of Queensland legal expert will provide law enforcement agencies and criminal justice officials with a detailed analysis of the use and impact in Australia of the drug khat.

2 December 2009
Genevieve Beirne

Genevieve Beirne's graduation with her law degree at a University of Queensland ceremony on Tuesday, December 8, would have especially pleased her great great uncle, Thomas Charles Beirne (1860–1949).

2 December 2009

A new book by a leading maritime law expert has found that Australian offshore legislation, in particular the laws relating to fisheries, immigration, defence and customs, and the Australian Offshore Constitutional Settlement 1979, is in serious...

1 December 2009

UQ Business School MBA graduate Guy Chandler was yesterday awarded the inaugural Alumnus of the Year Award by UQ Business School’s Alumni Association.

1 December 2009

Professor Emeritus Thomas Shapcott AO is one of Australia’s major poets and a distinguished administrator.

30 November 2009

Dr Helen Nugent AO is an eminent banker, company director, business woman and academic, as well as being actively involved in the community.

30 November 2009

The Honourable Justice Susan Kiefel, Queensland’s first female Queen’s Counsel and Australia's third female High Court judge, did not take a conventional road to reaching the highest court in the land.

30 November 2009

High Court Justice Susan Kiefel and acclaimed poet Professor Emeritus Thomas Shapcott AO are among seven recipients of University of Queensland honorary doctorates this year.

30 November 2009

Stephen Craig-Smith is a born teacher and loves to travel, making his role at The University of Queensland’s School of Tourism the perfect fit.

27 November 2009

Tourism often evokes images of beaches, walking tracks through rainforests and snowy mountain ski runs

27 November 2009