I refer to Fossil Fuel UQ’s briefing paper “Fossil Fuel Divestment and The University of Queensland” and attendance at the April and August Senate meetings.

7 October 2016

Statement from Associate Professor Jon Willis, Director and Manager of Academic Programs, UQ Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit.

30 March 2016
The University of Queensland has a range of experts available for media comment on G20 issues.

The University of Queensland has a range of experts available to comment on issues being discussed by worldwide leaders at Brisbane’s upcoming G20 summit.

13 November 2014

As the Kurdish town of Kobane continues to defy Islamic State (IS) forces, many pundits have condemned Turkey’s unwillingness to help the People’s Protection Units (YPG) keep the forces of “evil” at bay.

13 November 2014
The Global Food Forum is an opportunity for senior secondary students to engage with one of the major challenges of the modern era – feeding nine billion people by the year 2050.

Young Queenslanders will debate the future of the world’s food alongside leading agriculture scientists from The University of Queensland and CSIRO, at an upcoming global forum in Brisbane. The Global Food Forum will be held at St Laurence’s...

11 February 2014

In another top-two result nationally, UQ has maintained its stellar record in the Australian Research Council Future Fellowships scheme.

26 July 2012

Chronic pain relief, the employment aspirations of recently-arrived refugees, urban water use and improved animal production are among new research projects announced today in which The University of Queensland and industry partners will collaborate.

30 June 2012

Amanda Rojek, a medical student from the The University of Queensland is ready to tackle global health when she embarks on her Rhodes Scholarship at the University of Oxford next...

2 November 2011

This will be the final daily update ahead of the campus re-opening tomorrow Thursday, January 20, when business as usual resumes at the University.

19 January 2011

The University of Queensland topped the bill when funding under the Go8-Germany Research Co-operation Scheme was announced this week.

5 November 2010
Professor John Pearn

Staff and alumni associated with The University of Queensland have been honoured in the Queen’s Birthday awards.

8 June 2009

They crossed oceans to begin a new life as students in Australia and now sisters Manroop and Charanpreet Soin are about to farewell their time at The University of Queensland to embark on new experiences.

16 July 2008

The impact of climate change on health and the link between socio-economic status and food choices will be some of the topics discussed by the world’s leading public health nutritionists meeting in Brisbane this week.

26 November 2007

The University of Queensland, in partnership with Brisbane City Council and Department of Defence, has begun a new research project to investigate the presence of the spotted-tailed quoll in the Greater Brisbane region.

26 July 2007

An internationally recognised environmental microbiologist has joined the staff at UQ`s Faculty of Natural Resources, Agriculture and Veterinary Science (NRAVS).

12 April 2006

It was her volunteering spirit that kept Kate Morioka from accepting a multicultural award from Premier Peter Beattie at Parliament House on May 12.

31 May 2005

Cervical cancer vaccine pioneer Professor Ian Frazer and Queensland Premier Peter Beattie will address graduation ceremonies at The University of Queensland tomorrow (Wednesday, December 10).

9 December 2003

Sydney poet Judith Beveridge was presented with one of Australia’s most prestigious poetry awards at a gala ceremony last night (Tuesday, February 25).

26 February 2003

Around 800 Faculty of Biological and Chemical Sciences graduands will receive their degrees at two ceremonies in The University of Queensland’s new $20 million UQ Centre on Monday, December 9.

5 December 2002

Former Queensland Premier, the Honourable Mike Ahern, will address graduates at a University of Queensland ceremony on Monday, December 4.

1 December 2000