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28-06-2016 - 18-06-2017
This new exhibition at the William Robinson Gallery inside Old Governement House explores the rich experimental spirit and inimitable mastery of William Robinson's works on paper.
Several grand challenges confront humanity in the 21st century, from feeding the world's booming population to managing scarce natural resources and reducing our carbon footprint. The Grand Challenge Lecture Series explores these and other challenges and the possible solutions to them. All lectures are free and open to the public. You can attend in person or watch via livestream.
20-07-2017 - 20-07-2017
The Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame was established by QUT Business School, State Library of Queensland and the Queensland Library Foundation in 2009 and recognises the public contribution made by leaders of business to the reputation of Queensland and its economic and social development.
24-07-2017 - 24-07-2017
QUT's Gardens Point campus will host an information session for the prestigious Queensland Rhodes Scholarship on July 24.
26-05-2017 - 11-06-2017
National Reconciliation Week (NRW) 2017 marks two major milestones in the reconciliation history of Australia—50 years since the 1967 referendum, and 25 years since the Mabo decision. These events were turning points for rights and recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Together, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and non-Indigenous Australians need to take the next steps in our reconciliation journey. This is a time to celebrate and learn about our shared history, cultures, achievements, and work together on our future.Join us at an event to celebrate Reconciliation at QUT. For more details, and additional events, visit Reconciliation at QUT.
26-05-2017 - 26-05-2017
Global and national challenges associated with our coasts and oceans demand a change in the way we conduct and communicate our science.
01-12-2016 - 13-09-2017
Exit Netflix, put down the tablet, and make 2017 the year you throw it back to live theatre. No buffering, no skipping forward, and no binge-watching. Instead, we invite you to watch as the story unfolds live on stage. With pinpoint timing carefully crafted to each audience, nothing compares to live theatre—being close enough to experience the raw emotion, energy, and seasoned talent of Australia's finest stage actors.
Arduino in the classroom: learn, teach, troubleshootBack by popular demand, this Teacher Professional Development workshop is designed to take you through the hardware and software of Arduino—not only what it is and how to use it—but how to troubleshoot the common issues in the classroom.
22-01-2016 - 01-01-2019
The Distinguished Visitor Lecture Series is a forum for senior academics and industry figures visiting QUT to share their perspective on the main trends and challenges in their specific field, hosted by the Institute for Future Environments.
12-06-2017 - 13-06-2017
Gone to Greece, back in two weeks!
Entrepreneurship course gives rise to med-tech startups
QUT Professor Peter Coaldrake earns international award for inspirational leadership