Engineering career on the horizon for graduating student
Published on 29 November, 2012
Mirani State High School student Tony Doolan is already making great strides towards fulfilling his dream to be an engineer.
The Year 12 student received a CQUniversity Engineering Award for high achievement in school engineering studies.
Mirani State High School student Tony Doolan receives a CQUniversity award from CQUniversity Marketing Officer Lauren Reck for his high achievements in engineering studies. The $200 bursary was presented at the Mirani State High School Awards night recently with the school community, family and friends in attendance.
Pro Vice-Chancellor (Community & Engagement) and Head of Campus CQUniversity Mackay, Professor Pierre Viljoen congratulated Tony on his dedication to engineering studies.
"CQUniversity is looking forward to welcoming a $16 million Engineering Precinct to be built on campus so students like Tony can extend their studies and prepare for a career in engineering," Professor Viljoen said.
"I wish all graduating high school students the best of luck in their future careers."