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Briana Ives has joined the Student Affairs Division as Communications Technology Officer until July next year, while Molee Leng is on secondment. She comes from a background in local government delivering recycling education and events as well as higher education in the alumni relations and development office at CQUniversity. In her spare time she is a passionate volunteer for Cancer Council Queensland and a singer-songwriter. Contact Bri at b.ives@uq.edu.au or on ext. 51742.

Sharon James has joined the Advanced Water Management Centre as a Communications Officer & Executive Assistant. She has previously worked as Communications & Engagement Assistant at The School of Geography, Planning, and Environmental Management, and as an Events Assistant in Cambridge, UK. Contact Sharon at s.james@awmc.uq.edu.au or on ext. 67205.

Darius Koreis has joined the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology as the Communications and Marketing Manager. He joins AIBN from UQ’s Queensland Brain Institute where he was an Advancement and Communications Officer. He has previously been a staff reporter and associate editor on transport magazines, and managed the state communications for a vocational educational training sector organisation. Darius can be contacted on d.koreis@uq.edu.au or ext. 63962.

Aimee Parker has joined the Institute for Molecular Bioscience (IMB) comms team as Senior Publications Officer. She is on secondment from the Faculty of Science until August 2016. Contact Aimee at a.parker3@uq.edu.au or on ext. 62132.

 

 
 
 

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