Alumni chapters and communities
Business School - Fostering Executive Women (FEW)
Fostering Executive Women (FEW) is a network that nurtures and celebrates the achievements of female postgraduate alumni and students from the QUT Business School through advocacy, mentoring and by creating opportunities to connect.
Chapter eligibility: Female postgraduate alumni and students of the QUT Business School.
Business School - The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies (ACPNS) alumni chapter
The ACPNS chapter is dedicated to helping alumni in the non-profit sector to make a difference. It facilitates support and networking for alumni and students of philanthropy and non-profit studies.
Eligibility: Graduates and students of the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Masters of Philanthropy and Nonprofit studies.
Community of Former Staff (CoFSQUT)
CoFSQUT creates unique opportunities for former staff to:
- connect via social events
- continue to be informed about exciting university developments
- have experiences not generally available to the public
- contribute time and expertise to projects that support QUT.
The community builds an organising committee of professional and academic former staff representatives across both campuses.
Chapter eligibility: All former staff.
Early Childhood Alumni QUT (ECAQ)
ECAQ promotes networking opportunities among alumni who recognise and value the contributions of early childhood education alumni in Queensland.
At the annual Jean Ferguson memorial lecture, the chapter discusses topics relevant to current early childhood practices.
Chapter eligibility: Graduates from an approved early childhood course.
Chapter members may also be eligible for the Jean Ferguson Memorial Award in Early Childhood Education.
Friends of QUT in America Foundation
The Friends of QUT in America Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organisation. If you are in America, the foundation provides opportunities to connect with other alumni living in or visiting the US, attend exclusive alumni events and partner with QUT’s vision for the future through US tax-deductible giving.
After brainstorming business ideas with a mate one New Year’s Eve, Sam Carson found his true calling when he stumbled across the not-so-secret ingredient – the humble acai berry – that led to his success in creating delicious and affordable healthy food options.
4 July 2019 - 14 June 2020
Where: William Robinson Gallery, Old Government House
22 - 23 November
Where: QUT Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane