QUT’s 2021 Giving Day has raised more than $1.2 million, thanks to generous QUT alumni, staff and supporters who have backed a range of student scholarships, research projects, and education and community initiatives.
QUT Vice-Chancellor Professor Margaret Sheil has been elected to the Australian Academy of Science in recognition of her work as a distinguished chemist and scientific and university leader.
QUT alumnus, Joseph Kelly, started out in law before moving to a career in cyber security and risk management with Ernst and Young. Joseph shares his journey to date and why studying a Digital MBA is the last piece of his career puzzle (for now!).
Indigenous academic Professor Chelsea Watego will join QUT on July 26, leading a $1.7 million project to develop Indigenist Health Humanities.
QUT's Campus to Country strategy has won the Karl Langer Award for Urban Design at the 2021 Queensland Architecture Awards.
Cassie Lang uses native title law to protect sites of cultural importance and empower First Nations communities
QUT Alumna Cassie Lang is a solicitor who has spent more than a decade specialising in Indigenous law, particularly native title, governance, and Indigenous cultural heritage, protecting sites of cultural significance and empowering First Nations communities.