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Engaging Indigenous people within Higher Ed

CQUniversity's Office of Indigenous Engagement recently hosted a visit from the Oodgeroo Unit of Queensland University of Technology (QUT), at Rockhampton Campus.

Professor Anita Lee Hong, Director of the Oodgeroo Unit, and Lone Pearce, Project Officer, met with Office of Indigenous Engagement staff to discuss employment issues and best practice models for engaging Indigenous people within the higher education sector, including governance matters.

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PhotoID:15001, Forum participants L-R Professor Barry Golding, Jan Crowley, Assoc Prof Bobby Harreveld, Shelley Truscott and Sally Thompson

Adult learning peak body visits, calls for 'reassessment'

The president of Australia's peak adult learning body, Professor Barry Golding has visited Rockhampton for a forum calling for a reassessment of adult education in Australia.

CQUniversity hosted the forum at its Ron Smyth Building in Quay Street.

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  • Kahawa comes to CQU Fiji International Campus
    Published on 14 March, 2002

    Connoisseurs of coffee and lovers of fine foods have sounded a collective cry of joy at the latest addition to the CQU Fiji International Campus.

    Established by director Rosemary Mitchell a little over two and a half years ago, 'Kahawa', Swahili for coffee, has become an institution in the Suva cafi scene.

  • Global literature magazine to be launched in Rockhampton
    Published on 14 March, 2002

    Controversial global issues have influenced the creative writing featured in the, soon to be released, literary magazine Idiom 23.

    Idiom 23 (Vol 14) will be launched by Central Queensland University Vice- Chancellor Professor Glenice Hancock at 5.

  • Blues Cruise a Cross-Campus Success
    Published on 13 March, 2002

    The Telstra Countrywide Blues Brothers Revival Show cruised around Central Queensland during Orientation Week, with some cross-campus cooperation helping along the way.

    The show featured 23 staff and students drawn from Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music operations in Mackay and Rockhampton.

  • Sunshine Coast hotspot for education best practice
    Published on 13 March, 2002

    More than 20 state schools throughout the Sunshine Coast are now part of the cutting-edge Bachelor of Learning Management (BLM) initiative based at the Noosa Teacher Education Campus in Pomona.

    The latest 'teaching schools' to join the project include Coolum, Malaney, Kenilworth , Burnside High, Yandina, Pacific Paradise, Kin Kin, Montville, Pomona and Jones Hill.

  • Rockhampton Singers Sought for Unisong
    Published on 12 March, 2002

    Unisong, a community choir based at Central Queensland University 's Rockhampton Campus, will start again next Tuesday, March 19.

    Rehearsals run from 5.

  • Conservatorium Staff Present 'A Class Act'
    Published on 11 March, 2002

    Staff of the Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music will present 'A Class Act' to kick off a concert series featuring national and international artists.

    The first concert will be from 8pm on Saturday, March 16, at the CQCM Theatre.

  • Path of Life Leads to CQU Garden
    Published on 11 March, 2002

    O-week is over and now it’s time to really get ready for the new semester. Time to regroup, focus and “centre” yourself for the upcoming challenges you’ll face on the path you’re taking this year.

  • Journalism students dive into the deep end
    Published on 11 March, 2002

    Take six ambitious and enthusiastic journalism students, one local newspaper and an action packed week, put them all together and what have you got? You’ve got CQU Mackay students covering O-Week for the Daily Mercury.

    The project involved journalism students producing a page each day for the Daily Mercury on the events and activities of O-Week.

  • NOT Written in Concrete: A Student Profile
    Published on 07 March, 2002

    Changing Gender Roles & Higher Education.

    An Increased Number of Mature Age Men Starting At CQU.

  • SBS Identity Visit a Highlight at CQU Sydney International Campus Graduation
    Published on 07 March, 2002

    Highlighting Central Queensland University's motto "Doctrina Perpetua" or "Forever Learning" in his speech to graduates at CQU Sydney International Campus' graduation ceremony, held in December 2001, was renowned television personality Mr Silvio Rivier . Mr Rivier (guest speaker at the ceremony) started working with SBS Television as a subtitler when the network first went to air in 1980.