Uncle Greg Eaton has survived lymphatic cancer, open heart surgery and being hit by a train. Now, with an attitude that every day is a bonus, he is embarking on higher education challenge to help save the environment.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed USQ alumni Atul Khare, a diplomat from India, to a senior position within the international organisation.(Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Atul Kare in 2010. Credit-UN Photo/Evan Schneider) http://www.unmultimedia.org/photo/guidelines.html
The UQ Ipswich Campus has transferred to USQ following an agreement last year between the two universities.
A USQ Change Maker can be described as someone who sees a need for change in the community and takes positive action.
USQ Ipswich was abuzz with activity as it celebrated its first Phoenix Carnival last weekend.
USQ Toowoomba will host a colloquium next week, focusing on the constitutional recognition of Indigenous Australians.
If you've ever wondered where a degree could take you...USQ can help you find your future.
Congratulations to all of our Semester 1, 2014 Graduands! Check out the experience from the USQ Autumn Graduations 12th April 2014 in 60 seconds.
USQ researchers, Dr Laurie Lepherd and Dr Coralie Graham are looking into how men with localised prostate cancer and their loved ones find hope during their ordeal.