Crime101x’s creators Professor Mark Horswill, Professor Barbara Masser and Associate Professor Blake McKimmie.

A University of Queensland course is so good it is criminal, with CRIME101x: The Psychology of Criminal Justice winning yet another accolade.

19 November 2018
A graphic of a young woman in front of a sunset with swirling pages.

A University of Queensland fictional crime drama that prompts students to explore the effectiveness of the law and justice system from a psychological perspective is one of 10 finalists for the annual edX Prize.

12 September 2018

A fictional crime drama that prompts students to explore the effectiveness of the law and justice system from a psychological perspective has won an international award.

19 January 2018

From filming a full crime drama to creating intensive mathematics tutorials, exceptional teachers at The University of Queensland are transforming the way students learn.

1 November 2016
Volunteer gives blood. Credit: Red Cross Australia

University of Queensland School of Psychology researcher Associate Professor Barbara Masser has identified a similar sensation for first-time blood donors.

14 June 2016
The Crime101x team.

The psychology of crime and justice has fascinated people for centuries – and it continues to do so, with the University of Queensland’s CRIME101x online course winning an international award.

10 May 2016

Australian women raped by a colleague after a party are judged more suspiciously if they neither physically resist nor fully cooperate with police when their attacker is from a Western background.

8 March 2016

Same-sex attracted people are justified in mentioning their partner’s gender early in a conversation, as it could prevent people from becoming fixated on sexuality and deeming it a defining characteristic.

8 September 2015

Same-sex couples with children have a particularly high preference for being married, underpinned by a desire for acceptance and security, researchers from The University of Queensland have said.

11 August 2015

A free online course that explores the effectiveness of the law and justice system from a psychological perspective is running for a second time.

24 July 2015
Jefferson Mac and his guide dog Ice

Psychology graduate Jefferson Mac likes to joke that his orientation work with incoming students at The University of Queensland is a case of “the blind leading the blind”.

11 May 2015
UQ School of Psychology Associate Professor and course co-cordinator Blake McKimmie features in the videos.

Become part of a murder investigation by registering for The University of Queensland’s latest Massive Open Online Course on edX, Crime101x: The Psychology of Criminal Justice.

4 September 2014

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

Researchers from UQ's Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences are set to highlight the driving factors behind attrition of university students after winning a $25,000 UQ Teaching and Learning Strategic Grant.

2 November 2010
UQ’s top teachers were presented with their awards at Customs House this week

A DIVERSE group of academics united by a passion for teaching was last night recognised at the 2010 University of Queensland Excellence in Teaching & Learning Awards.

2 November 2010

The University of Queensland has today been recognised once again as the top teaching institution in the country, winning a staggering one third of all the 2005 Australian Awards for University Teaching (AAUT).

29 November 2005

The University of Queensland has announced its 2003 awards for excellence in teaching, research supervision and enhancement of student learning.

10 November 2003