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  • ֱ Vice-Chancellor stands in the cloisters of the Great Court at the St Lucia campus.

    University of Queensland renews VC’s contract

    ֱ Senate has extended the tenure of Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry, renewing her contract for five years, until February 2029.

    26 February 2024
  • National Student Safety Survey findings

    Findings from the 2021 National Student Safety Survey commissioned by Australian universities have been released today, including reports for individual institutions. Warning: this article references themes that some readers may find distressing.

    23 March 2022
  • ֱ Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology student practitioner Kristin Murray works with Emeritus Professor Tian Po Oei and his wife Elizabeth at ֱ Healthy Living.

    ֱ joins Age-Friendly University Global Network

    ֱ has become the first in the Southern Hemisphere to join the Age-Friendly University Global Network.

    16 November 2020
Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry

The university sector will be vital in the state’s recovery from COVID-19, according to incoming University of Queensland Vice-Chancellor, Professor Deborah Terry.

2 August 2020
Piles of sequins in the colours of the rainbow flag. Image: Pexels/Sharon McCutcheon

The commitment to a culture of diversity, inclusion, respect and acceptance at ֱ has a new champion.

15 May 2020

After six years as Vice-Chancellor of Curtin University, Professor Deborah Terry, will return to ֱ as Vice-Chancellor and President, commencing on 1 August 2020.

5 December 2019
An initiative to reduce barriers for people with a disability travelling to and from ֱ has been launched

An initiative to reduce barriers for people with a disability travelling to and from ֱ has been launched by Australian Disability Discrimination Commissioner Ben Gauntlett.

4 October 2019

University of Queensland Chancellor Mr Peter Varghese has called for education to be a ‘flagship sector’ as Australia seeks to lift trade and investment ties with India.

17 July 2018
The entrance to the University of Queensland's St Lucia Campus.

ֱ has zero tolerance for any behaviour that impinges on the rights of individuals or contravenes the University’s values, and will investigate any allegations of misconduct regardless of who is involved.

27 March 2018
Dr Ananian-Welsh.

Judicial independence expert Dr Rebecca Ananian-Welsh knew her time in Queensland wasn’t going to be boring when Chief Justice Tim Carmody was controversially sworn into office within a week of her moving to ֱ from New...

6 October 2016

ֱ is inviting all its hard-working and committed staff to comment on an issues paper that examines the roles and functions of its finance and human resources staff.

9 June 2016
Photo: Shutterstock.

ֱ-developed Triple P – Positive Parenting Program has been included in US policy recommendations to reduce the toxic effects of poverty on children’s health.

27 April 2016
Prime Minister Tony Abbott looks set to make a case for further sweeping national security changes in the wake of recent terrorist attacks and arrests.

Prime Minister Tony Abbott looks set to make a case for further sweeping national security changes in the wake of recent terrorist attacks and arrests.

17 February 2015

ֱ has retained its position among the world’s top 100 universities, with a rank of 65 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2014-15.

2 October 2014
L-R ֱ Investigations Unit Associate Director David Lavell and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research Strategy) The University of Adelaide Professor Robert Saint

ֱ is sharing its expertise in investigating and preventing research misconduct with other Group of Eight (Go8) universities.

6 June 2014

ֱ has announced results of the election to appoint eight members to its 33rd Senate.

25 October 2013

ֱ has secured its long-term occupancy of an 8.9ha land parcel at Long Pocket in Indooroopilly, after signing a property-swap deal with the State Government this week.

22 May 2013

ֱ Vice-Chancellor Professor Peter Høj said he applauded the ambition to have a top school system in Australia, but proposed cuts to university funding as part of the Gonski education reform were extremely disappointing.

15 April 2013