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Li Cunxin AO stands in the Great Court wearing his red and yellow academic dress and cap.

ͼ has recognised renowned ballet dancer and author, Li Cunxin AO, and pioneering chemical engineer, Katherine Hirschfeld AM, with Honorary Doctorates during ͼ’s 2023 end-of-year graduations.

12 December 2023
An older woman wearing a graduation gown and cap while smiling broadly

Dr Bronwyn Herbert is the embodiment of lifelong learning. At the age of 90, the long-time social worker is graduating from ͼ after completing her PhD thesis on the generational impacts of homelessness.

11 December 2023
A graphic of Doctor Who's tardis surrounded by swirling red and yellow light rays.

ͼ will help mark a milestone for the world’s longest running sci-fi television show, hosting Doctor Who’s 60th Anniversary Symposium on Friday 24 November.

20 November 2023
A dark, eerie street surrounded by houses. One window is lit up from the inside. A pumpkin carved with a spooky face in the bottom left

With Halloween enthusiasts young and old preparing for another evening of trick or treating, ͼ News spoke to Associate Professor Tom Aechtner about the universal fascination surrounding two popular supernatural phenomena. 

31 October 2023
A frustrated man looking out to the distance and screaming

Mindfulness doesn’t always prompt a ‘keep calm and carry on’ attitude – it can amplify outrage at injustice, according to research from ͼ.

24 October 2023
An elderly man and woman looking over a sheet of paper

Women can competently take over financial decision-making when they perceive a decline in their husband’s cognitive ability but the same can’t be said for men, according to University of Queensland research.

10 August 2023
A phot of the main entrance to ͼ's Forgan Smith sandstone building on a sunny day.

ͼ has recognised a leading Aboriginal philosopher and a visionary entrepreneur with Honorary Doctorates.

14 July 2023

The ͼ Art Museum’s upcoming exhibition Mare Amoris | Sea of Love poses timely questions about the role of oceans in personal stories and cultural practices.

14 July 2023
A woman sorting through piles of clothes at a charity shop

University of Queensland research has found a direct link between levels of government income support and people’s need for charitable assistance.

13 July 2023
A young woman in graduation cap and gown sits on a bench seat in ͼ's Great Court, clutching a bouquet of flowers with a small teddy bear inside it.

LinLi Wan graduates this week from ͼ’s Master of Writing, Editing and Publishing, after successfully landing a ‘unicorn’ role in the notoriously difficult to enter publishing industry.

13 July 2023
A man looking aggressive and threatening stands before a woman at a medical reception desk.

University of Queensland research has found verbal and physical abuse of medical receptionists by patients is rife, and causing lasting harm.

7 July 2023

University of Queensland research has found people are more attracted to those who look like them.

6 July 2023
A man sits on the back of an outdoor bench with a garden and sandstone building in the background.

Emerging Indigenous artist Durriwiyn has become the first student to release a single through ͼ’s record label Corella Recordings.

30 May 2023
A woman with long dark hair and a woman with short red hair embrace while sitting on a white sofa.

Normal age-related changes in how we think, perceive and reason may increase the risk of older people viewing themselves through a negative and ageist lens, University of Queensland research suggests.

4 May 2023
First edition Winne-the-Pooh being held with another book in background. Credit, ͼ

A first edition copy of beloved children’s classic Winnie-the-Pooh will be among the literary treasures on sale at UQ’s ͼ Alumni Book Fair and Rare Book Auction.

27 April 2023