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How Bridgerton keeps us pining for more

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How Bridgerton keeps us pining for more

  • At our ChangeMakers event on 16 May – Leading through uncertainty in 2022 – we asked our expert UQ alumni about how uncertainty has affected leadership: what is most challenging and how can you navigate it? What do people expect and need from leaders in turbulent times? And how can leaders benefit from disruption and uncertainty?
  • Welcome to the final instalment of 'UQ by design', a 12-part Contact series celebrating the beauty and abundance of UQ's cultural assets. In this final episode, we look at UQ's stunning signage and some other decorative features of interest.
  • Doctor of Medicine student Miah Hickman says that being awarded the Peter Hoj Mandy Thomas Scholarship made it possible for her dream of studying at UQ to come true.
  • What students who are first in their family to go to university say.
  • A successful geologist building a reputation around the world, Dorothy Hill put her career on hold to help her country in WW2. As a cipher officer, she worked around the clock to decipher sensitive messages.
  • The life of a donated book is a curious one. The annual UQ Alumni Book Fair is a community favourite for local book lovers, but what exactly is the process that books go through before they make it to the sales floor?
  • Chris Croker is working to secure reliable energy supplies for remote Aboriginal communities.
  • Effie Zahos discusses three things you need to think about before you take advantage of the government's home deposit schemes – plus how the Budget’s pre-election sweeteners affect you.
  • The Andrew N. Liveris Building has been unveiled as the new home of UQ chemical engineering, alongside the Andrew N. Liveris Academy for Leadership and Innovation.

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