Humour used to destigmatise death and promote community healing

Indigenous comedian Sean Choolburra is the voice behind a new QUT-led animation series that uses humour to help demystify and destigmatise palliative care and dying for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

QUT to host the 2022 Indigenous Nationals

QUT are proud to be hosting the 2022 Indigenous Nationals (26 to 30 June), a week-long multisport competition for Indigenous student-athletes from universities across Australia.

Campus to Country wins award

QUT’s Campus to Country strategy has been awarded the 2022 Minister’s Award for Urban Design.

Law degree helps Joel build a better world for his people and family

It's been an amazing six years for Joel Murgha ... the 24-year-old Gunggandji man from Yarrabah has completed a QUT law degree, been admitted as a lawyer, secured his perfect job, and become the dad of two young boys.

QUT Indigenous Accommodation Program makes moving to Brisbane easier

A new subsidised accommodation program is set to make life easier for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students who want to move to Brisbane to study at QUT in 2022.

New Colombo Plan scholars forge links with Indo-Pacific neighbours

A group of community-minded and internationally focused QUT scholarship recipients are among the many Australians who hope to be celebrating the opening of international borders in 2022.