Fenty Beauty’s Promotional Culture-Celebrity

Ruoxi Geng- August 17, 2023

  With the development of advertising, packaging and public relations, promotion has become more systematically involved in the process of defining to the consumer what ... Read More

Rohingya Education: Learning Jaipur

Jasmine Hines- October 29, 2018

A Rajasthani woman funds over fifty Rohingya children's education. An anthropologist considers refugee working conditions, while Jaipur's rubbish pickers work hard. One Rohingya man organises ... Read More

The Anonymous of Indonesia

Emmalea Lingard- June 5, 2018

A documentary investigating the anonymous children of Indonesia, who do not have birth certificates and are invisible in the eyes of the law. Read More

The Iron Wing: An Indonesian Political Firestorm

Chantelle Bringas- June 3, 2018

You may not be interested in politics, but politics will certainly take an interest in you. Please click to view Read More

Marian Wilkinson of ABC Four Corners picks up another award – from UQ

Bruce Woolley- October 9, 2017

  Once a year, the University of Queensland celebrates the achievements of its alumni with a number of alumni awards. The purpose of these awards ... Read More

Assessing the education gap in Vietnam

Hannah Twiggs- March 17, 2015

Sitting with two support teachers from the International School in Ho Chi Minh City, you can learn a lot about the education gap that divides ... Read More

Science isn’t just for Scientists

Genevieve Worrell- August 26, 2014

  Well known US physicist Professor Lawrence Krauss presented his talk, Cosmic Connections, for the special BrisScience celebration of the 2014 National Science Week at ... Read More

Higher education at a crossroads

Mitch Parker- November 8, 2012

Universities such as the University of Queensland, are reaching an economic crossroads. Australians are flocking to higher education in rising numbers, according to an Australian ... Read More

The changing face of higher education

Alex Livingstone- November 8, 2012

With increased competition from online and international universities, Australia’s tertiary education system may be in need of change. Read More

Education cuts put knife to reform

Matthew Schultz- November 6, 2012

Spotlight on how the state is administering a $620m restructure to move Year 7 to the first year of high school. Read More

Business degree open job opportunities

s4204661- October 24, 2012

The Australian higher education system is a fundamental contribution to the future of Australia’s workforce. Read More