Events by subject
Future student events
18-02-2019 - 22-02-2019 It's O Week! During orientation, QUT's campuses are buzzing with student clubs, food stalls, live entertainment, social activities and development opportunities.
04-04-2019 Please join the International Law and Global Governance (ILGG) Program for a public lecture with Dr Evan Hamman and Revel Pointon, where they will examine, for the first time, the conservation of migratory shorebirds at the intersection of law and science.
01-03-2019 Let's talk about the economy of algorithms. What is this new world, where the confluence of the ‘Internet of Things’, algorithms as economic agents and new business models changes the way we live, work, and think? What new opportunities does it bring? What could go wrong? And what is our role - as academics, citizens, customers, humans - in this new world?
20-03-2019 What does #MeToo mean for men and women? How should men and women respond? What roles in particular can men play in building a community free of sexual violence and abuse? What does the research tell us is effective in engaging men in this work? More widely, what are the strengths and limitations of #MeToo as a way of organising against sexual violence?
08-03-2019 On 8 March 2019, join us as we celebrate together the importance of moving towards a more progressive and inclusive world - not only in the interest of equality but vital for the sustainable development and economic success of society
12-03-2019 Jeanne Johns, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Incitec Pivot Limited will address the first QUT Business Leaders' Forum for 2019 on March 12.
14-03-2019 Join us for our inaugural showcase of QUT researchers working in the area of diverse genders and sexualities. Five minute presentations will be followed by an opportunity for Q&A, with networking from 10:45am.Register via gendersandsexualitiesforum.eventbrite.com.au
EVENT: Good universities or ghastly futures: how can we find a democratic path for higher education and research?
27-03-2019 Join us for a keynote presentation with Emerita Professor Raewyn Connell where she will address a 'big idea' that is central to social democracy and justice, access to knowledge and participation in Australian public life.