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QUT’s new Education Precinct and Sphere unveiled

28-02-2019 QUT has welcomed students this week to its new, state-of-the-art $94.4 million Education Precinct on the Kelvin Grove campus.

Education student’s life-changing international experience in the Philippines

18-02-2019 When QUT student Karlene Amos travelled to the Philippines as part of her Education course, she didn’t expect it to be a life-changing experience.  

QUT project to improve educational success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students

18-02-2019 A new QUT collaboration will help teachers improve the educational success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students by empowering them to build effective connections with First Nations parents and communities.

School reading texts require greater diversity: QUT research

07-02-2019 Authorised text lists for school students should represent diverse sexual identities and issues of sexual difference, QUT researchers Dr Kelli McGraw and Dr Lisa van Leent argue in the latest issue of English in Australia.

Scandinavia's oldest university awards honorary doctorate to QUT Education professor

01-02-2019 Uppsala University in Sweden, the oldest university in Scandinavia, recently awarded a prestigious honorary doctorate to QUT Faculty of Education academic Professor Susan Danby.

New QUT exchange with Hong Kong forges deeper collaborations in early childhood research

31-01-2019 QUT early childhood researcher Dr Kate Williams didn’t need to be convinced that an international exchange with one of Hong Kong’s top education universities would benefit her work. 

Students make QUT their first choice

30-01-2019 QUT has made more than 12,000 QTAC offers to students across its two campuses this year, with about half of those offers made to Queensland school leavers.

EVENT: Good universities or ghastly futures: how can we find a democratic path for higher education and research?

27-03-2019 Join us for a keynote presentation with Emerita Professor Raewyn Connell where she will address a 'big idea' that is central to social democracy and justice, access to knowledge and participation in Australian public life.

Principal and QUT graduate masters her leadership skills

29-10-2018 When Jo Martorella first graduated with a QUT teaching degree in 1979, she never imagined she’d be Foundational Principal of a new state-of-the-art school in Darwin almost 40 years later.

New QUT workshop supports teacher health and well-being

25-10-2018 It can be easy for teachers to put the needs of the young people they work with ahead of their own. As the school year draws to a close, it’s worthwhile for teachers and educators to reflect on their own well-being in the workplace. So what can individual teachers do help maintain their mental health and well-being?

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