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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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  • National Service Award for Campus Director, CQU Sydney International Campus
    Published on 21 March, 2002

    Friday 15 March 2002 was an important day for Dr Doug Hinchliffe, Campus Director, CQU Sydney International Campus. At a special presentation at the Victoria Barracks, Dr Hinchliffe was awarded the Australian National Service Medal in recognition of his National Service participation.

  • CQU screens rare documentary film tonight
    Published on 21 March, 2002

    Central Queensland documentary film fans and interested members of the community are invited to attend Central Queensland University's School of Contemporary Communication's screening of the classic documentary NANOOK OF THE NORTH tonight (21 March) from 7pm.

    Directed and photographed over two years by Robert Flaherty, and released in 1922, the film is often considered the first documentary ever made.

  • Postgraduate study at CQU
    Published on 21 March, 2002

    CQU has a wide range of postgraduate degrees, which can help you to reinvent or reinvigorate your career.

    You can study by distance education, at your own pace, in your own place.

  • CQCM-based group ready for first concert
    Published on 21 March, 2002

    The revitalised Mackay Youth Orchestra is looking forward to Picnic in the Park, its first major public performance of 2002.

    MYO will be presenting popular classics and will be joined by an associated group, the Mackay String Ensemble.

  • Performing Arts students get backstage pass
    Published on 20 March, 2002

    Central Queensland University\'s performing arts students will gain hands-on experience in back-stage production techniques thanks to a new parternship with Rockhampton\'s Pilbeam Theatre.

    Around 40 Bachelor of Performing Arts (BPA) students will work alongside the Pilbeam\'s professional staff on a revolving basis throughout the year.

  • 'Pioneering' spirit supports Conservatorium concerts
    Published on 20 March, 2002

    Central Queensland Conservatorium of Music is presenting a big year of concerts with help from the Pioneer Permanent Building Society in Mackay.

    Pioneer Permanent is helping to promote the concert series through large format newspaper adverts.

  • Gladstone hub for new learning partnership
    Published on 20 March, 2002

    Representatives of Central Queensland University and Education Queensland recently met Gladstone area students enrolled in the new Master of Learning Management (MLM) program.

    The Gladstone MLM program is the special education studies strand developed by CQU's Faculty of Education and Creative Arts, Education Queensland and Catholic Education (Rockhampton diocese).

  • Mackay seniors enjoy songs of an early Aussie 'pop singer'
    Published on 19 March, 2002

    Mackay seniors are set to enjoy the songs of Peter Dawson, who was a forerunner to Australia's internationally renowned pop singers such as Peter Allen.

    Dawson, who was a great Aussie musical export of the early 1900s, was renowned for singing the popular Australian bush songs and ballads of the time.

  • Tertiary education and training opportunities for all
    Published on 18 March, 2002


    The National Regional Disability Liaison Officer Initiative (NRDLOI) exists to enhance post secondary education, training and employment opportunities for people with disabilities.

  • Filling your 'big screen' dreams
    Published on 18 March, 2002

    An exciting new course in digital video production will commence in the 2002 Autumn Term at CQU Bundaberg.

    Digital Moviemaking provides both a practical introduction to digital video production and a critical examination of digital movies and the digital moviemaking process.