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New QUT Research Centres

28-11-2019 QUT has announced the establishment of nine University Research Centres representing high-quality and focussed research activity that aligns to the university's key research strengths.

QUT Blueprint 6: A plan for the university for the real world

26-11-2019 The new Queensland University of Technology strategic plan sets out the university’s priorities for the next five years to provide world-class transformative education and research.

QUT scholars take flight with federal funding

26-11-2019 Five QUT students are off to the Indo-Pacific region after the Minister for Foreign Affairs Marise Payne yesterday (November 25) announced the 2020 recipients of Australia’s prestigious New Colombo Plan Scholarships. 

From cricketers to bank execs: Why ‘good’ people do bad things

25-11-2019 Why do good people do bad things? Apparently a lot of people in Brisbane want to know.

QUT Business School hosts teams from around the world for business case competition

15-11-2019 The 2019 Australian Undergraduate Business Case Competition (AUBCC) will be hosted by the QUT Business School from 18 - 22 November 2019, with 16 universities from 11 countries participating.

QUT appoints new DVCs for research and education

14-11-2019 QUT has appointed two new Deputy Vice-Chancellors to oversee the university’s future research directions and its education frameworks.

Researcher earns Fellowship for contribution to communications industry

14-11-2019 Congratulations to Associate Professor Amisha Mehta on being elevated to Fellow of the Public Relations Institute of Australia in recognition of her continuing contribution to the communications body, the industry and the wider community.

A champion for women in the workplace

24-10-2019 She’s described as a trailblazer in business circles, working as a chair, board member and senior executive across a range of industries.

Entrepreneurship at the heart of QUT with the QUT foundry

22-10-2019 Entrepreneurship is at the heart of QUT and the QUT foundry is the place where it beats loudest. The start-up space, housed almost at the front door of the university’s city campus, hosts over 300 students whose activity ranges from dropping into almost full-time occupation.

Pathways to Politics gives political career a boost

22-10-2019 When an advertisement for the Pathways to Politics Program for Women at the University of Melbourne popped up on Juliana Addison’s Facebook account, she decided to ignore it.


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