Events by subject
Future student events
03-07-2018 The Intellectual Property and Innovation Law Program (IPIL), the Digital Media Research Centre (DMRC) and the QUT Faculty of Law are delighted to invite you to attend a Symposium exploring 'The Economics of Creativity'.
16-07-2018 Urban agriculture is not new, nor is it contained to wealthy, developed cities. The United Nations Development Program estimates that 15% food worldwide is grown in cities. In developing cities, urban agriculture provides a critical source of food and income for some residents.
25-06-2018 Come and hear from the talented QUT scientists and students who are taking part in this year's INSPIRE outreach STEM program.
06-07-2018 Come watch the brightest young minds in robotics race their fully autonomous robotic vehicles in the third annual QUT Droid Racing Challenge.
09-07-2018 This NAIDOC Week come join us to celebrate the theme "Because Of Her, We Can!" with an outdoor screening of The Sapphires.
19-07-2018 Come and celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame at the Induction Dinner.
22-07-2018 You are cordially invited to attend our wedding garden party!
12-07-2018 - 19-08-2018 From the collection of award-winning Australian costume designer Marion Boyce ('Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries' and 'The Dressmaker') and developed in conjunction with QUT, comes an exhibition of more than 40 bridal gowns from 1880 to 1970, 'The Bowerbird and The Bride'.
06-09-2018 Greg Creed, Chief Executive Officer, Yum! Brands will address the final QUT Business Leaders' Forum for the year on September 6.
08-08-2018 Join us for an exclusive evening with award winning costume designer, Marion Boyce, in conversation with exhibition co-curator Christopher Salter.In this discussion, hear about Marion's lifelong passion for collecting, stories from her career in film and television, and the inspiration for this new exhibition, The Bowerbird and The Bride.