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Sexual harassment at work not just men against women

01-07-2015 More than one in ten complaints of sexual harassment at work are reported by men, a QUT study has found.

QUT Business students take to the national stage

30-06-2015 A team of QUT Business School students helping to mentor migrant women and training homeless people to get jobs will compete against teams from 26 other Australian universities at the 2015 Enactus Australia National Competition.

Film history buffs curl up with Shirley Temple, vampires, femme fatales & Mad Max

30-06-2015 Eighty years ago three little Christchurch girls took part in a Shirley Temple look-alike competition that sparked a lifelong Kiwi love affair with the curly-topped, dimpled cherub ... and led to a surprising university research project decades later.

Targeting Pacific Islander Women for Type 2 diabetes management study

30-06-2015 Pacific Islanders in Australia are paying a heavy price for swapping their traditional diet for highly processed foods, with increasing obesity levels leading to skyrocketing rates of Type 2 diabetes among the local population.

MEDIA ADVISORY: QUT astrophysicist can comment on Venus-Jupiter double act

29-06-2015 Is it a star? Is it a plane? No, it's a spectacular planetary convergence.

Take on the world at QUT Open Day

29-06-2015 QUT's graduates have tasted success across Australia and around the world ... now one of the university's best-known exports is coming home for the QUT Open Day on July 26.

QUT Professor awarded Australian Laureate Fellowship

29-06-2015 A QUT project to help Australia thrive in the Big Data Era has been awarded $2.4 million in a prestigious round of research funding.

QUT Professor awarded Australian Laureate Fellowship

25-06-2015 A QUT project to help Australia thrive in the Big Data Era has been awarded $2.4 million in a prestigious round of research funding.

Friends motivate us to drink more: QUT study

25-06-2015 Friends can be a dangerous influence, with new QUT research confirming what many drinkers already know - that drinking with mates can push you to drink more.

Eating in the absence of hunger: a recipe for expanding waistline

25-06-2015 A QUT researcher has had an article on how compulsive snacking is a major cause of weight gain published in the international journal Eating Behaviors.

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