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Corporate and community partners join in celebrating QUT Business School student achievements

29-07-2020 More than 29 scholarships and 70 prizes were awarded to QUT Business School students this June, in recognition and support of their studies.  

New QUT research catapults forward

28-07-2020 High-tech textiles, robotic water quality monitoring and using drones to fix solar panels are among the eight innovative research projects to receive funding totalling $326,000 as part of QUT’s Catapult 2020 program.

QUT announces COVID-19 responses and developments

14-07-2020 QUT Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor Margaret Sheil, today outlined to staff the university’s response to the challenges presented by COVID-19 as well as measures to position the university for a strong recovery in a fundamentally changed world.

Training centre to focus on human-robot interaction

14-07-2020 A multidisciplinary team of QUT researchers will lead a new Australian Research Council (ARC) Training Centre to develop robotics applications to combine the strengths of humans and robots in shared environments.

Real experiences give Kat the power to effect change

08-07-2020 As a child living in idyllic Mission Beach in North Queensland with her close-knit family, Kathryn Dorante didn’t really know what she wanted to do when she grew up.  But she knew it would involve empowering her people.

New study investigates hidden problem of period poverty in schools

02-07-2020 A QUT study has investigated the impact of period poverty on some young Australian women in high schools.

Survival of the smallest? Retail’s post COVID-19 future

29-06-2020 Retailers are facing a COVID-19 customer base that is more frugal, cautious and cocooning with a greater propensity to shop online, says QUT Business School consumer behaviour expert Professor Gary Mortimer. 

Regional Australia set for tourism boom: QUT expert

09-06-2020 Australian tourism can rise above the coronavirus crisis with a “phoenix strategy” as efforts focus first on regional areas, says QUT business data analyst and tourism expert Char-lee Moyle.

Accidental COVID-19 winners shape future for digital business

28-05-2020 Who are the accidental winners thriving during the unprecedented shake-up of the economy during COVID-19?

Hospitality: A novel way to support a struggling industry

27-05-2020 Rosie Nalder has always wanted to work in food. After a brief stint on MasterChef, the QUT Business graduate is now taking the menu into her own hands, helping the hospitality industry take back control from food delivery giants like Deliveroo and Uber Eats.   


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