The University of Queensland does not have a gender-neutral language policy or a list of banned words. This has been misreported in the media. School of Political Science and International Studies Head Richard Devetak responds.

13 June 2018
Adjunct Professor Ralph Summy in the Great Court at UQ's St Lucia campus

A founding professor of UQ’s Peace and Conflict Studies will be honoured on the 2017 International Day of Peace.

19 September 2017

A leading Australian university will collaborate with one of Indonesia’s largest national universities to examine the way laws and informal processes deal with community conflict in Indonesia.

7 March 2013
Peace Award: Marianne Hanson.

A University of Queensland academic has been rewarded for her commitment to peace.

22 February 2013

Dr Catherine Curtis is a recent winner of a UQ Postdoctoral Fellowship for Women.

31 January 2012

Internationally renowned experts in international relations, political science and security studies will come together at UQ to mark the 10th anniversary of the Al Qaeda attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001.

23 August 2011
Zuzana Petovska on fieldwork in the Tiwi Islands

UQ’s Rotary Peace Fellows will present their experiences of contemporary peacebuilding during their annual seminar on May 22nd.

17 May 2010

The University of Queensland has maintained its position for having Australia’s best teachers, adding three more national teaching awards to its portfolio.

13 October 2009
Former UQ peace scholar Karla Castellanos on her field study
placement in Tamil Nadu, India

For some, the word peace conjures up images of hippies and free love. Not so for the new 2009 cohort of UQ Rotary World Peace Fellows.

15 April 2009

The University of Queensland's increasing focus on quality teaching has been highlighted at its 20th annual teaching awards.

27 October 2008

The UQ Rotary Centre for International Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution is part of a global push for new models of learning.

8 May 2008

The next generation of peace builders and diplomats have graduated from The University of Queensland with a Masters in Peace and Conflict Resolution – the only degree of its type in Australasia.

18 December 2006