Learning in the Public Sector Management Program (PSMP) can spark curiosity and motivation to continue study.
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.
Investing in employees’ ongoing development has long been a strategy of the Australian public service with public management education facilitating the translation of learning into the delivery of public value through programs like the Public Sector Management (PSMP).
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.
One of the highlights of supporting Nick as he explored this challenging set of issues in his community, was his ability to engage with the program content and explore the various tools and processes.
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.
Business owner, motivational speaker, author and volunteer — QUT Pathways to Politics for Women graduate Nyree Johnson already has a diverse resume and she’s just getting started.
Natalia Muszkat, two-term ALP Councillor with the Gladstone Regional Council, and Holstein Wong, a new Greens campaigner in Brisbane, both attended QUT’s Pathways to Politics for Women course this year and came away with skills and advice to support their ambitions in government.
As a proud Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander woman, Donisha Duff has dedicated her life to improving the lives of others.
You don’t expect a political training course to equip you to become a pandemic media star, but that’s exactly what happened to Michaela Sargent.