Participants in learning communities share results and learn from each other, thereby improving their ability to achieve rapid progress and acquire more knowledge.
At a time when the unemployment rate holds at an all-time low of 3.9% (ABS Labour Force, May 2022), a recently released study of over 6,000 Australian respondents found that an attractive salary alone is no longer the major driving factor in employment choice.
QUT’s 100th Associate Fellow (Indigenous) recipient, Dr Michael Cowley, is an astrophysicist who draws on perspectives from the world’s oldest astronomers in his teaching.
Meet staff members Dr Kathryn Kelly and Dr Andrew Demasson and learn more about why they chose to apply for Associate Fellow (Indigenous) of the HEA and how they integrate Indigenous perspectives into their practice.
An international dialogue hosted by the IBM Center for The Business of Government looked at critical challenges facing homeland security and border control agencies in a post-pandemic world.
It’s never been more important to effectively plan and implement the content your organisation is producing – it’s the key to meeting your engagement and sales KPIs.
QUT in partnership with the Australian Information Industry Association’s (AIIA) is supporting the growth of Australia’s ICT workforce.
ICCPM and QUTeX Launch New Report: Harnessing Emergence in Complex Projects: Rethinking Risk, Opportunity and Resilience
Safety relates to the experiences from both failures and successes and depends on systems designed to operate under the effects of various factors and deal with different issues. Have you given enough thought to safety in your workplace?