QUT announced as host of 2022 Indigenous Nationals

QUT will host the 2022 Indigenous Nationals Competition.  The announcement was made by UniSport and the Wollotuka Institute following the successful 2021 games held in Newcastle.

Cassie Lang uses native title law to protect sites of cultural importance and empower First Nations communities

QUT Alumna Cassie Lang is a solicitor who has spent more than a decade specialising in Indigenous law, particularly native title, governance, and Indigenous cultural heritage, protecting sites of cultural significance and empowering First Nations communities.

VR site tours build interest in construction careers

Hundreds of Queensland high school students have donned VR goggles rather than hard hats to get insights into construction industry careers, thanks to a Virtual Construction Site (VCS) tour developed by QUT lecturer Dr Fiona Lamari.

True representation of First Nations people across all sectors and levels starts with education

QUT Alumnus Melita Hegarty is passionate about creating and helping to facilitate positive educational outcomes for First Nations people.

Economic development for First Nations people at the heart of Andrew Niven’s career goals

QUT Alumnus Andrew Niven is the Indigenous Partnership Manager at QIC and works to create economic development for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Law School celebrates the largest graduating cohort of First Nations students in its history

Eight First Nations students graduated with law degrees from QUT on Monday, marking the largest cohort of Indigenous students to graduate from the Law School in its history.