Dr Chris Hay for the UQ Drama: Building Pathways to Creative Careers team and right, Dr Kay Colthorpe

The University of Queensland celebrated excellence in teaching and learning at Brisbane’s Customs House last night.

30 October 2018
Madjedbebe site custodian May Nango and excavation leader Chris Clarkson in the pit. Photo: Dominic O'Brien. Copyright Gundjeihmi Aboriginal Corporation

Aboriginal people have been in Australia for at least 65,000 years – much longer than the 47,000 years believed by some archaeologists.

20 July 2017
UQ's new Archaeology Teaching and Research Centre is a $340,000 purpose-built outdoor teaching area where archaeology students can practice their excavation skills.

University of Queensland’s archaeology students are able to dig up the ancient past and investigate contemporary murder scenes, thanks to a $340,000 purpose-built outdoor teaching area that includes a projectile firing range.

13 May 2013

An archaeologist from The University of Queensland is part of a team led by Professor Sue O’Connor (ANU) that reported one of the world's oldest pieces of evidence of deep-sea fishing in the journal Science, showing that 42,000 years ago, our...

8 December 2011
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) Professor Max Lu

The University of Queensland will receive $33.32 million in federal government research funding through 94 successful Australian Research Council Discovery Projects grants announced yesterday.

26 October 2010

UQ archaeology experts have recently hosted a national conference and been singled out for their commitment to research and Indigenous engagement.

22 December 2008

Who would have thought that the best place to find out when people first came to Australia would be in India, but for University of Queensland archaeologist Dr Chris Clarkson it makes perfect sense.

7 April 2008