CQCircle program launches in Emerald
Published on 09 August, 2011
Many people have made or are making important contributions to the growth and success of CQUniversity and the University recently had the chance to honour and thank them in Emerald with the local launch of the CQCircle program.
Emerald guests were entertained with jazz music performed by Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music Alumnus Narelle McLeod.
"Bricks and mortar do not make a vibrant university - people are the key. CQCircle people are part of this vibrancy and we thank them for their contributions," said Pro-Vice Chancellor Dr Pierre Viljoen.
CQCircle includes honorary awardees; University Council, Foundation and Advisory Committee members; financial supporters and long-serving staff.
Gai Sypher, Emerald Campus and Program Development Manager said, "Emerald is a thriving community with CQUniversity providing access to tertiary education and lifelong learning for a broad range of students who otherwise might not be able to access this service. We aim to meet the needs of our diverse community and we thank our guests for their help in achieving this goal. "