Tim Munro working with students in UQ’s School of Music

Triple Grammy award-winner and University of Queensland alumnus Tim Munro is set to perform with local artists in an ‘immersive’ concert at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts on Saturday.

23 May 2017
The youth justice forum panel featured, from left, Youth Advocacy Centre Director Janet Wright, barrister Jann Taylor, Griffith University criminal justice researcher April Chrzanowski, Royal Children's Hospital Child and Youth Mental Health Service Clinical Director Dr Stephen Stathis, and Paul Barclay, host of Radio National's Big Ideas program

Tonight’s Radio National broadcast of a University of Queensland forum is expected to spark community debate on State Government proposals for harsher sentencing of young offenders.

28 October 2013
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

School students across the globe will explore one of our most critical resources as part of the world’s largest science experiment, with a UQ lecturer leading the project in Australia.

8 April 2011
UQ’s top teachers were presented with their awards at Customs House this week

A DIVERSE group of academics united by a passion for teaching was last night recognised at the 2010 University of Queensland Excellence in Teaching & Learning Awards.

2 November 2010

She may have a famous namesake, but Brisbane-based artist Judith Wright is building a national reputation of her own, with a new exhibition of her works about to go on show at UQ.

2 October 2008

Two University of Queensland academics are developing a new approach that will help biology educators all over the world.

15 May 2007

Australian teachers will be guided in new ways of engaging students within mathematics and science curricula through a project being undertaken by a team of academics at The University of Queensland.

6 September 2006

The future`s looking good for 18 students spearheading a new University of Queensland teaching degree focused on the middle years of schooling — the only one in Australia.

19 November 2002

University of Queensland physiotherapists have proved that manual therapy triggers pain relief mechanisms controlled by the nervous system.

25 July 1997