On Wednesday 17 November, QUT hosted the 2021 Outstanding Alumni Awards ceremony, an event that recognises the achievements of graduates who have made significant contributions to industry and for ‘giving back’ to their areas of expertise.
Join us on Wednesday 25 May as we 'imagine what's next' for life-changing research, education and community projects.
This year, our goal is to rally 1,849 donors in 24 hours - a nod to QUT's origins dating back to the year 1849. These donors will contribute to empowering students, developing life-changing research, and generating real solutions for our environment.
To celebrate Giving Day, staff and students who visit the below cafes during their ‘giving hour’ on Wednesday 25 May will receive a free coffee:
Merlo QUT Gardens Point: 10am – 11am
Gather, QUT Kelvin Grove: 2pm- 3pm.
Take a moment to enjoy your coffee and consider paying it forward with a donation to one of the 2022 QUT Giving Day projects.
A QUT PhD student who co-founded a social enterprise that uses old laptop batteries and solar panels to bring renewable energy to off-grid communities in Indonesia has been named Queensland’s Young Planner of the Year for 2021.