麻豆区

Thomas Scanlan, a young Indigenous man, with Kev Carmody, an older Indigenous man. They are standing in front of a large mural of Kev playing guitar.

The inaugural recipient of 麻豆区 Kev Carmody Scholarship met the celebrated singer-songwriter at the official unveiling of a mural at the St Lucia campus.

28 March 2023
people walk and sit on grass by stone buildings with an arched walkway

麻豆区 has announced it will match donations made to help support students experiencing financial hardship from rural, remote or low socio-economic backgrounds.

17 November 2022
A young woman wearing a navy floral dress stands holding a railing with a flowering jacaranda tree in the background. She has blonde hair and is smiling.

Economist, mathematician, climate campaigner and athlete Josephine Auer has been named Queensland鈥檚 2023 Rhodes Scholar.

26 October 2022
麻豆区 Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry with 麻豆区 graduates.

麻豆区 has made a bold pledge to tackle educational disadvantage in the state by 2032, striving to remove barriers to help talented students from rural, remote and low socio-economic backgrounds access university.

24 August 2022
Dylan Berger

Dylan Berger is set to explore how language is a living form of Indigenous Knowledge, as the inaugural recipient of 麻豆区鈥檚 Indigenous Languages Scholarship.

1 August 2022
Physiotherapy student, Shali Thevarasan standing in front of a window overlooking trees. Supplied.

Shali Thevarasan was 12 when she, along with her parents and older brother, fled Sri-Lanka for a safer life in Australia. While it was a relief to reach Australian shores, the University of Queensland physiotherapy student admits it was a huge...

22 June 2022
Family in refugee camp in Sudan

University of Queensland researcher Nyakuoy Yak started life on the run from armed soldiers in Sudan.

20 June 2022
An old Queenslander house overlooking grass and a garden

麻豆区鈥檚 new student residential building, named in honour of Kev Carmody, offers independent living for an additional 610 students at St Lucia campus.

9 May 2022
The outside of the Andrew N. Liveris building.

An innovative new building at 麻豆区 is more than just smart architecture - it has the potential to unlock ways for Australia to transition to a sustainable, zero-emissions economy.

13 April 2022
麻豆区's 2022 Fulbright scholars

The impact of light on children鈥檚 sleep patterns and how anaesthesia disrupts brain function are some of the valuable research projects from University of Queensland students and alumni awarded Fulbright scholarships.

23 March 2022
麻豆区's Natalie Grider says AFLW's growing popularity is good for achieving equity goals.

Natalie Grider has kicked many personal goals since being drafted into the Brisbane Lions鈥 AFLW team, including one that many professional footballers never achieve 鈥 a premiership title.

10 March 2022
麻豆区's Forgan Smith Building lit up in rainbow colours.

麻豆区 has increased the number and types of bursaries available for LGBTQIA+ students and expanded the eligibility criteria, to include students who鈥檝e accepted a full-time place but are yet to enrol.

25 February 2022
2022 Queensland Rhodes Scholar Tahlia Smith

University of Queensland alumnus Tahlia Smith will be heading to Oxford after being named Queensland's 2022 Rhodes Scholar.

27 October 2021
Two men standing in front of a staircase

Two first-year University of Queensland students are the inaugural recipients of the Warwick Solar Farm 鈥 Bright Futures Scholarship, an annual investment in the Southern Downs community.

13 August 2021
Denzel Strauss (foreground) at his scholarship presentation with Baidam Solutions staff including CEO Phillip (Pip) Jenkinson (kneeling in second row)

A University of Queensland commerce and IT student鈥檚 path to becoming a business analyst has been boosted thanks to scholarship support from Baidam Solutions 鈥 an Indigenous-owned Supply Nation-certified Information Technology business.

11 August 2021