Twenty-seven people with links to The University of Queensland were honoured for outstanding service and community contributions in the 2013 Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

26 June 2013
UQ Chancellor John Story congratulates Chancellor's Award winner Melissa Glendenning, Operations Manager at Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation.

Professional staff play a vital role in supporting teaching, research and engagement at The University of Queensland, a contribution that today was recognised through the prestigious Chancellor’s Awards.

21 February 2013
Winners were announced at a BBQ at the UQ Staff and Graduates Bar. From left Lorraine Hancock, Debra Laws, Rebekah Scotney, Sharon Blums and Campus Director Janelle Zahmel.

One hundred and twenty-five University of Queensland Gatton staff took more than 24 million steps in a four-week, pedometer-based walking challenge run by UQ Wellness and sponsored by the Gatton Campus.

15 November 2011

UQ's performance in the highly competitive Australian Research Council (ARC) funding arena has gone from strength to strength with the announcement of successful Future Fellowships and Discovery Early Career Researcher Awards (DECRA) yesterday (...

15 November 2011

A UQ researcher has been honoured for his work in developing simple diagnostic tests for devastating human and animal diseases in Africa at the recent Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) in Perth.

7 November 2011

A UQ interdisciplinary research team has been awarded $64,000 from the Alcohol Education and Research Foundation to conduct a one-year research project into Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD).

7 April 2011
Roslyn Karrasch has come a long way from the 19-year-old who joined the QAC’s typing pool in 1976

Roslyn Karrasch, of Gatton, is one of those rare people who can say with sincerity after 35 years working at the same place: "I've really loved my job and became and remain personal friends with all my bosses."

28 February 2011

With Valentine's Day fast approaching, a UQ study is shedding light on differences in relationships between people of different cultures, especially Chinese and non-Chinese backgrounds.

1 February 2011
Kathy Brennan

It’s said all good things come to those who wait and this has never been truer than for St Lucia’s Kathy Brennan whose UQ degree has been 48 years in the making.

7 December 2010

A UQ academic has contributed to Australia's first comprehensive consumer guide to seafood.

2 December 2010

Australian journalists and media workers are invited to attend and report on global UNESCO World Press Freedom Day (WPFD), a three day conference featuring some of the world’s most courageous journalists to be held at The University of Queensland in...

27 April 2010
Leading health economist Professor Paul Frijters

The School of Economics is pleased to announce the appointment of a new staff member, Professor Paul Frijters.

8 March 2010

High Court Justice Susan Kiefel and acclaimed poet Professor Emeritus Thomas Shapcott AO are among seven recipients of University of Queensland honorary doctorates this year.

30 November 2009

Could University of Queensland research say goodbye to the flu forever?

22 September 2009
2009 UQ Foundation Research Excellence Award winners

The University of Queensland has paid tribute to its emerging research leaders, awarding $685,000 at the annual UQ Foundation Research Excellence Awards tonight (Tuesday, September 22).

22 September 2009
Dr Traub

In a world first, a UQ researcher has developed a non-invasive screening method for potentially fatal liver and intestinal flukes plaguing the lives of an estimated 9 million people throughout southeast Asia.

9 February 2009

Australia’s first female Governor-General Dr Quentin Bryce, AC, will be presented with The University of Queensland’s Alumnus of the Year for 2008 on Friday, February 6.

4 February 2009

The first comprehensive field guide to the Great Barrier Reef will be launched by UQ Vice-Chancellor Professor Paul Greenfield at Customs House today (10am, Thursday, November 27).

25 November 2008

Rising CO2 levels in the world’s oceans could deliver a disastrous blow to the ability of coral reefs to withstand climate change.

27 October 2008

UQ’s cervical cancer vaccine co-creator Professor Ian Frazer has won the 2008 Prime Minister’s Prize for Science.

16 October 2008