University of Queensland Law Society (UQLS) President Chad Hardy, The Hon Justice Patrick Keane and Catherine Drummond, winner of the UQLS Medal for the Most Outstanding Graduate of the Year.

University of Queensland law students have been awarded for their exceptional academic performance, in areas from taxation law to criminal procedure.

23 May 2013

For their outstanding service in a range of fields, an inspiring and distinguished group of staff, students and alumni from The University of Queensland community have been honoured in the 2013 Australia Day awards and honours list.

26 January 2013

Eleven University of Queensland staff and alumni have been named as 2013 Queensland Australia Day Ambassadors.

25 January 2013
UQ Vice Chancellor Peter Høj congratulates Information Technology Services Network Operations and Incident Response Manager Chris Teakle for his 25-year service at the University.

Staff who began work at UQ 25 years ago - about the same time as email arrived on campus - were honoured for their long service last month.

2 November 2012
Chief Justice of Queensland Paul de Jersey AC presents the Dr MHM Kidwai Memorial Prize to UQ law student Tegan Stockdale.

UQ law students have been awarded for their exceptional academic performance, in areas from environmental law to criminal procedure.

23 May 2012

Up to 90,000 Australian Diggers who helped win World War II are now missing in Cyberspace, thanks to errors in the government-sponsored online memorial known as the World War 2 Nominal Roll.

8 April 2010

The UQ Chancellor, Mr John Story, and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Greenfield, have advised the winners of two new awards, the Chancellor’s Award for Individual Excellence and the UQ Leadership Award.

25 February 2010

University of Queensland staff, students and alumni have been honoured in the Australia Day awards, featured as Australia Day Ambassadors or became new Australian citizens at ceremonies across the State.

27 January 2010

The electric pace of Twenty20 cricket has been all about innovation and at Allan Border Field in Brisbane, Australia, the Indian IPL cricket stars, the Kolkata Knightriders, recently discovered just how fast it really is.

3 November 2008

The participants in the Australia 2020 Summit have been announced and The University of Queensland will be well represented.

2 April 2008

A leading cancer and cystic fibrosis researcher is the new director of an Australian bioscience flagship, the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) at The University of Queensland (UQ).

12 January 2007

An historian who chronicled one of Brisbane’s most intriguing families in The Mayne Inheritance will leave a legacy which offers hope for families affected by a genetic kidney disease.

19 September 2006

Should Queensland adopt its own Bill of Rights?

8 August 2006

The University of Queensland has received Queensland Government Smart State grants valued at almost $11 million under programs announced during the BIO2006 conference in Chicago.

13 April 2006

Professor Brandon Wainwright has been named Acting Director of The University of Queensland’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) following the resignation of Professor John Mattick.

25 January 2006

The world’s fastest air-breathing engine will fly in Australia in 2005 in a collaborative two-nation experiment that is expected to provide a major boost to the fledgling scramjet technology.

17 May 2004

University of Queensland researchers today (August 16) claimed success for the world`s first flight test of supersonic combustion, the process used in an air-breathing supersonic ramjet engine, known as a scramjet.

16 August 2002

Members of The University of Queensland-led HyShot team will attend the free UQ Study Expo and Open Day on Sunday, August 4 to share their experiences with the public.

2 August 2002

Visitors to the University of Queensland this weekend will be given the opportunity to read a TV news bulletin, walk through a wind tunnel and watch scenes from a Shakespearean play.

1 August 2002

The HyShot experiment involves the world’s first flight tests using supersonic combustion. UQ researchers (Dr Allan Paull, Emeritus Professor Ray Stalker and Dr David Mee) already hold the record for being the first group reported in the open...

27 July 2002