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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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  • Filling Your Big Screen Dreams
    Published on 07 March, 2002

    An exciting new course in digital video production will commence in the 2002 Autumn Term at CQU Rockhampton, Bundaberg and Mackay campuses.

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

  • Garage Sale & Auction to Assist Cystic Fibrosis Research
    Published on 07 March, 2002

    Cystic Fibrosis is the most common serious genetic disease in Australian children today. It affects one in every 2500 babies.

  • CQU Fiji International Campus Captures Spirit of Cricket
    Published on 06 March, 2002

    The crack of leather on willow. An unmistakable sound of an Australian summer, the national sport of cricket being played in grounds around the country.

  • Ecotourism Study Timely
    Published on 06 March, 2002

    A significant share of the existing Mackay accommodation sector has the potential to reposition its product to attract the ecotourism market, that is according to Kim Logan, a graduating tourism student from CQU Mackay.

    Kim’s study initially involved establishing the aspects required to become an ecotourism accommodation product and then assessing the existing stock.

  • "Diamond" in the Bush - Central Highlands Science Centre Gets Boost
    Published on 06 March, 2002

    There’s a $50,000 diamond in Emerald. You can find it at the Central Highlands Science Centre.

  • The "New" Big Men on Campus
    Published on 05 March, 2002

    Gavin Ruckert, a born and bred self employed Rockhamptonite who’s married with two boys, says two years ago he never even thought about going to university.

    He starts his first full year at Central Queensland University (Rockhampton) this week.

  • Time Warp a Boon for Fans - CQCM
    Published on 28 February, 2002

    An Orientation Week scheduling 'time warp' has proved a boon for CQU's Rockhampton students, who will now be able to experience Rocky Horror and Blues Brothers events in one night.

    CQU students at Mackay, Gladstone and Bundaberg will get their dose of Blues Brothers during Orientation Week, and will have the option of travelling to the Rocky Horror main event in April.

  • Mackay Students Gain Experience in Environmental Monitoring
    Published on 28 February, 2002

    Students at CQU Mackay will soon be able to participate in an important environmental monitoring program.

    Dr Judith Wake, tutor in Environmental Science and a research officer with CQU’s Centre for Environmental Management is coordinator of the Mackay Mangrove Dieback Project.

  • Melbourne Kiwanis Launched
    Published on 28 February, 2002

    CQU Melbourne International Campus was buzzing with excitement when 120 international students, overseas dignitaries and campus management personnel celebrated the inauguration of the CQU Kiwanis Club of Young Professionals.

    Since the 21 February inauguration party, CQU’s Melbourne students have access to professionally supervised information technology projects outside campus where they can turn theory into practice.

  • CQU Professor Urges Re-engineering of Engineering Profession
    Published on 27 February, 2002

    The engineering profession needs to undergo a radical transformation in order to remain relevant to the future that is being moulded by culture and technology, according to Central Queensland University's James Goldston Faculty of Engineering and Physical Systems Dean Professor Elizabeth Taylor.

    "Central Queensland is about to witness engineering and technological activity on a scale that makes it one of the fastest growing process areas in the world.