• Tech trending among high school students

    Whether it’s becoming a video game designer building online worlds for the masses or a data scientist spotting trends across the health or legal industries, the list of IT-based careers that today’s teens can pursue continues to grow.

    6 June 2018
  • Bright career prospects in minerals industry

    An expansion of job opportunities in the mining sector is painting a bright future for students studying engineering, exploration, mining and environmental geology.

    19 January 2018
  • UQ's Emma Livingstone in Kowanyama for the 2017 program

    Inspiring remote communities a good career move for women scientists

    A program that engages rural Australian communities with science also boosts visibility and career development for women researchers, a University of Queensland-led study has found.

    20 October 2017

Maintaining world-class research equipment at The University of Queensland is all part of a day’s work for fitter and turner Ethan Park, who has been named MIGAS Queensland Apprentice of the Year.

4 September 2015
UQ Bachelor of Architectural Design students who each received $2700 grants to take part in a design studio project in Colombo, Sri Lanka, this year.

More than 130 University of Queensland students will take part in short and semester-length programs in the Indo-Pacific region next year.

1 September 2015
The program includes exercise, yoga and pilates to help students manage stress and anxiety.

Helping students manage the demands of studying law is the aim of a new program at The University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law.

1 April 2015
More than 350 private and government organisations will take part in the University of Queensland Careers Fair.

More than 350 private and government organisations will take part in the University of Queensland Careers Fair on Wednesday 25 March.

20 March 2015
William Barton has shown how traditional Aboriginal music enhances classical and other musical genres

Inspirational leaders in creative writing, music and television will work with Indigenous school students at a University of Queensland camp this month.

20 March 2015
Traditionally underrepresented scientists should be more common, and not just in stock photos.

When high school physics teacher Moses Rifkin wrote a recent blog post on “Teaching Social Justice in the Physics Classroom,” he ignited a new round of conversation about white privilege and the kinds of skills scientists need. Rifkin outlined how...

3 March 2015