Hacking is "an important form of digital stewardship", says Dr Sebastian Kaempf. (iStockphoto).

A free online course released today by The University of Queensland is encouraging people to learn about the dark underbelly of the technology and media apps they use every day.

4 July 2017
From left: Shona Wood, Emy Huntsman, Dominique Fraser, Mikaya Ivanov, Declan Scott.

They may be graduating from The University of Queensland next week, but five valedictorians are already proving themselves to be change-makers off-campus.

17 July 2015
Excellent teachers: Dr Sebastian Kaempf and Dr Gwen Lawrie.

A creative chemistry educator and a peace and conflict lecturer from The University of Queensland are among the nation’s most outstanding university teachers for 2013.

19 November 2013

Three University of Queensland media experts bring to light the ways individuals’ lives are invaded in the digital age in a documentary focused on surveillance issues that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange raises.

16 September 2013

Gaythorne’s Cameron Eckersley will graduate from The University of Queensland next week armed with a Bachelor of Environmental Management (BEnvMan) as well as a sharp global outlook thanks to his additional diploma studies.

11 December 2012

It is only fitting that a University of Queensland lecturer who developed a course ranked in the world's top 10 university courses in conflict resolution be recognised for his teaching excellence.

30 October 2012
Top row (left to right): Dr Sebastian Kaempf, Mr Michael Jennings, Dr Ann Peterson. Bottom row (left to right): Dr Gwen Lawrie, Dr Carlie Driscoll, Associate Professor Shazia Sadiq and Dr Pamela Meredith

A group of outstanding teachers has been recognised at The University of Queensland’s 2012 UQ Excellence in Teaching and Learning Awards ceremony tonight.

29 October 2012

In a world-first, a team of University of Queensland researchers has developed a laboratory aimed at unpacking and understanding the political implications of news television programs.

20 September 2012
2011 winning image Each Face; One Story. Photographer: Mohit Pant.

A UQ photography competition that captures politics and global issues has now opened the doors to a new film category.

14 June 2012

The Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences celebrated the outstanding achievements of its top teachers at its annual faculty Teaching and Learning Awards ceremony late last month.

16 November 2011

The School of Political Science and International Studies has won funding for two separate research projects in the UWA-UQ Bilateral Research Collaboration Awards.

28 October 2011

Dr Sebastian Kaempf, from UQ's School of Political Science and International Studies, says he believes that digital new media technology has altered the nature of war.

20 September 2010
Sticky Fingers by Karishma Patel, one of last year's winning entries

Following last year’s success, UQ’s School of Political Science and International Studies is delighted to launch the 2010 International Photography Competition.

19 May 2010