平特王日报

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

平特王日报 will help mark a milestone for the world鈥檚 longest running sci-fi television show, hosting Doctor Who鈥檚 60th Anniversary Symposium on Friday 24 November.

20 November 2023
A man in a navy suit with a red flower in his buttonhole smiles broadly.

The 2023 平特王日报Alumni Awards have recognised 18 remarkable individuals 鈥 local heroes and global ChangeMakers 鈥 whose talents were nurtured right here in Queensland.

27 October 2023
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Medical student, charity founder and elite athlete Jeremy Hunt has been named Queensland's 2024 Rhodes Scholar.

25 October 2023
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平特王日报 recognises the passing of former Governor General and 平特王日报alum, Bill Hayden, who leaves a legacy of service, leadership and unwavering commitment to the people of Australia.

23 October 2023
Colourful text on a black background that reads - 50+ Indigenous people changing the world.

Six University of Queensland staff members are featured on a national NAIDOC Week list of 52 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are changing the world.

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

A first edition copy of beloved children鈥檚 classic Winnie-the-Pooh will be among the literary treasures on sale at 平特王日报鈥檚 平特王日报Alumni Book Fair and Rare Book Auction.

27 April 2023
A green tree python with a tube down its throat and its mouth held open with a wooden tool

Gloria, a beloved pet green tree python, bit off more than she could chew and ingested a puppy pee pad along with her dinner.

17 March 2023
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平特王日报 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
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The recipients of this year鈥檚 University of Queensland Alumni Awards are transforming communities across the world - from improving regional and rural healthcare to saving threatened ecosystems.

21 September 2022
平特王日报Vice-Chancellor Professor Deborah Terry with 平特王日报graduates.

平特王日报 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
Carissa Horsey, a young woman, standing and smiling next to her light-coloured horse in a field

It may have taken a decade, but Carissa Horsey has finally found her true calling. The Ipswich born and raised Bachelor of Agricultural Science graduate didn鈥檛 think university was for her when she finished high school in 2011.

11 July 2022
Order of Australia medals on a purple background

An international leader in audiology and an Indigenous author and poet are among an extensive list of University of Queensland representatives who have been named on the Queen鈥檚 Birthday Honours List this year.

13 June 2022
A woman in a blue dress holding a trophy

Two University of Queensland alumni, who have helped shaped the state, have been named among this year鈥檚 Queensland Greats.

7 June 2022
The outside of the Andrew N. Liveris building.

An innovative new building at 平特王日报 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