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Ahead of the Kurv: QUT Journalism students launch digital magazine under lockdown

06-07-2020 While the rest of the nation was in lockdown, Journalism students at Queensland University of Technology were busy preparing content for their new magazine Q-KURV.

To be or not to be? Virtual theatre productions give students a stage

30-06-2020 The closure of theatres and other venues due to COVID-19 has resulted in catastrophic loss of income for performance companies and artists. Spare a thought though for those behind the scenes, who work to make a production sing.

QUT is top Young Uni in Australia

25-06-2020 QUT has been named Australia’s best young university in the Times Higher Education rankings announced tonight (24 June 2020).

Student filmmakers pivot to online platforms

23-06-2020 COVID-19 has been hard on the creative industries but 63 QUT student filmmakers have managed to make an eight-part web series featuring documentaries exploring how the pandemic has affected a range of people.

Students make waves with accessible kayak launcher

12-06-2020 Designs by QUT students for a waterway transfer and launch system that makes it easier for people with limited mobility to go kayaking has been applauded by Seqwater and Spinal Life Australia.

Natalia Payer awarded Jane Pitman Design Scholarship

17-06-2020 The Jane Pitman Design Scholarship aims to provide scholarship opportunities for aspiring and talented interior design students to realise their goals in interior design.

‘Missing Middle’ offers new approach to housing

04-06-2020 The days of urban McMansions are numbered and a QUT architecture lecturer says the solution to more flexible, affordable housing lies between a large home and a unit – the ‘missing middle’.

Blockchain to the rescue of small publishers

02-06-2020 As Australian book publishers grapple with global disruption, digital technologies, and economic uncertainty, QUT researchers are looking at how blockchain technology can help them survive and thrive.

Media literacy lessons a must for schools

29-05-2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of teaching students the difference between real and fake or misleading news say the authors of a new report into news media literacy education.

QUT academics ‘virtually’ honoured at media conference

27-05-2020 With conferences cancelled worldwide due to COVID-19, many are being staged virtually, including the International Communication Association’s 70th conference, originally slated for the Gold Coast.

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