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New ARC Centre uses behavioural economics to spur adoption of beneficial technology

23-07-2021 QUT researchers will lead the $6.5 million ARC Training Centre for Behavioural Insights for Technology Adoption (BITA) that aims to accelerate Australians’ adoption of innovation technologies in health, agriculture and cybersecurity.

Passion for creating financial independence for First Nations people fuels Kyle’s career success

07-07-2021 QUT Alumnus Kyle Leong is the Senior Manager for Indigenous Engagement within Retail Banking Services and works to increase inclusive and accessible banking for Indigenous customers at Commonwealth Bank.

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

07-07-2021 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

05-07-2021 QUT Alumnus Andrew Niven is the Indigenous Partnership Manager at QIC and works to create economic development for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Gender equality key to success for Sustainable Development Goals

30-06-2021 Janelle Weissman, Executive Director UN Women Australia joined QUT Business School's Dr Bree Hurst for a conversation that examined Sustainable Development Goal 5 and what achieving it could mean for Australia's future.

QUT students show the real world starts here

05-07-2021 Creative industries and business student and aspiring actor Sarah Hesse is one of more than 50 real university students who feature in the new QUT television commercial that has just been unveiled.

Lifeline op shops go online to maintain services through pandemic

07-04-2021 Australia’s more than 20,000 social enterprises make an enormous positive contribution to Australians’ lives.

Inspiring women: Meet QUT's budding entrepreneurs

07-03-2021 QUT has welcomed its first cohort of Budding Entrepreneur Scholars – four talented young women who have each secured a $24,000 scholarship to help them through their studies and on their entrepreneurial journey.

Think before you act: Cooperation not intuitive for Christians or atheists

02-02-2021 A QUT-led study of more than 2500 practising Christians and atheists in the United States has found their levels of cooperation increase with deliberation, and they were not intuitively cooperative like previous studies on religion and cooperation have suggested.

What's On in 2021 for QUT Young Accelerators

02-12-2020 QUT's Young Accelerators program offers on-campus curriculum-mapped STEM workshops, events and teacher professional development sessions that aim to excite and inspire learning by combining STEM with creative learning and entrepreneurship.

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