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Tracey Spicer, one of Australia’s best known journalists and QUT Alumnus presents ‘The Good Girl Stripped Bare’. Tracey is renowned for the courage of her convictions, passion for social justice, commitment to equality, and long term and active supporter of the QUT Learning Potential Fund. This is the breakfast you will not want to miss.
This Frontiers of Materials Research symposium aims to maximise collaboration between Australian university partners and the most influential Australian scientists in the field of material science and electron microscopy.
During Anti-Poverty Week explore some tips and ideas about managing your household costs while finding out more about on campus financial support services. Sessions will run from the 16th - 18th October.
On 21 October, Brisbane foodies are invited to celebrate the fresh taste of plant-based foods at the Pure Planta Food Fiesta, which will also host the city’s first ever vegan cooking competition.
Susan Lloyd-Hurwitz, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of property group Mirvac and one of the most influential women in Australian business, will address the final QUT Business Leaders’ Forum for the year on October 25.
QUT will open its Gardens Point campus to prospective students on Tuesday, December 19, to provide last-minute information and advice on study options for 2018 following the release of OPs.
This free seminar will explore three aspects of women's interactions with the justice system, including domestic violence cases.
Scientific research can be beautiful, unexpected and complex; if the QUT Science in Focus Image Competition finalists are anything to go by. Judges deliberated over more than 120 original images showcasing QUT research with impact. The top 10 includes a microscopic view of gecko toes, a 3D model of prostate cancer and a wasp wing.
HDR students and Early Career Researchers are invited to a Wikipedia editing workshop as part of Open Access Week celebrations.
Join us to hear from speakers Heather Joseph, Executive Director, Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition (SPARC) and Emeritus Professor Tom Cochrane (QUT) to discuss the power of Open Access. This event will be chaired by Professor Virginia Barbour of the Australasian Open Access Strategy Group (AOASG).
QUT announces new Vice-Chancellor
QUT lecturers honoured as among Australia’s best