30 Mar 2021

Q&A with Wesley Enoch AM, QUT’s new Indigenous Chair in the Creative Industries

Earlier this month, QUT welcomed internationally acclaimed playwright and artistic director Wesley Enoch AM to his new position as Indigenous Chair in the Creative Industries.A substantial donation from philanthropist and QUT alumnus, Dr Greg Creed, allows QUT to establish the Chair.We took a moment in his busy schedule to ask Wesley some questions about his vision.

18 Mar 2021

Wesley Enoch returns to Country to give voice to Indigenous culture

Internationally acclaimed playwright and artistic director Wesley Enoch AM announced as Indigenous Chair in the Creative Industries with QUT.

16 Mar 2021

Rethinking: new intervention to help couples deal with violence against women

Domestic violence is rarely out of the news and increasingly the term ‘coercive control’ is in the spotlight. A QUT PhD researcher and psychologist is looking for volunteers for a program tackling what he says is the primary mechanism that helps erode a victim’s sense of self and agency.

10 Mar 2021

QUT takes action on sustainability

QUT has appointed Professor Kerrie Wilson as Pro Vice-Chancellor (Sustainability Strategy) to provide whole-of-university academic leadership of sustainability initiatives.

4 Mar 2021

QUT grads drive new BMW Group company developing Autonomous Mobile Robots

At BMW Group’s Munich plant, autonomous mobile robots (AMR) navigate 20km a day, gliding seamlessly through the factory floor with critical production parts and working alongside forklifts, tugger trains and pedestrians.

2 Mar 2021

$500,000 bequest honours legacy of QUT chemistry ‘founding father’ Frank Oliver

A generous bequest gift from the daughter of the late Frank Oliver, one of the ‘founding fathers’ of chemistry at QUT, will foster science education for generations to come.