Maureen Bowen will be taking taking recreation leave between 18 May and 8 July. During her absence Ian Harris from the Centre for Integrative Legume Research will be seconded to her position. Ian can be contacted through Maureen's email address or by phone on 51479.
STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES
UQ Student Support Services -
On the Web for You and Your Students
You are invited to a presentation by the staff of Student Support Services to familiarise yourself with the services they offer on the web.
Specialist web sites will be demonstrated to illustrate the wealth of self help material that is available for students.
A number of these sites, prepared by Student
Services' staff, have received recognition at a national and international level.
Examples of the sites are:
· UniStudy: First Semester to Graduation and Beyond
· Studying at University as an International Student
· UQ CareerHub
· Hang in There
Where: Abel Smith Lecture Theatre
When: Thursday 2nd June
All are welcome!
RECORDS MANAGEMENT SERVICES
Records Management Services can now be contacted at the following email address:
It might seem a long address, but it is an attempt to limit the number of requests which we get from overseas students who want a copy of their academic record. Feedback on the service is welcomed.
AUSSIE INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP PROGRAM
JAMES MORRISON CONCERT
Many students and staff enjoyed the recent James Morrison Concert held as part of Diversity Week. It was considered a musical triumph for those who attended. The support act was provided by the Cannon Hill Anglican School jazz band and James alighted the band by performingwith them on stage in an impromptu finale to their act.
James with volunteers.
James Morrison with SASD Staff.
Shahreen Aman and Kristy Gan from the Aussie International Frienship Program with James Morrison.
UQ HISTORY IN PHOTOS
UQA S177 P987- Courtesy of the University Archives
Varsity Students' annual antics – the effective agriculture float [from the Queenslander Pictorial, May 9, 1935] UQA S177 P987
This photograph depicts a student float being paraded through the streets of
during ‘Commem Day'. This was a tradition celebrated by students in a ‘spirit of youthful revelry and joyous festivity', featuring the Public Procession, during which students would parade down Brisbane City streets on humorous and witty floats. Later in the day the Ceremony of Conferring Degrees would take place, which was usually followed by a dinner and ball in honour of the newly fledged graduates.
Courtesy of the University Archives, University of Queensland Library
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