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Meet the Red Dog vet

  • They say home is where the heart is and that’s certainly the case for third-year medical student Tionne Seden, who one day hopes to return to the Torres Strait Islands as a rural GP.
  • Looking at UQ Associate Dean of Indigenous Engagement for the Faculty of Medicine Dr Maree Toombs, you wouldn’t think she has a truck licence, but you’d be surprised!
  • The COVID-19 pandemic has given many people an opportunity to pause and reflect on what’s most important. And for UQ Adjunct Professor of Public Health Sandra Creamer AM, that has always been family.
  • Amidst the re-assessments taking place as a result of COVID-19, there is an invaluable opportunity for businesses to rethink the purpose and nature of innovation.
  • NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia each July to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life.
  • While the UQ COVID-19 vaccine won’t to be rolled out to fight this global pandemic, the University’s researchers have made remarkable progress, and they are confident their powerful vaccine platform will be ready for when the world faces another health crisis. 
  • Australia’s renewable energy research capacity has been boosted with the completion of the UQ Warwick Solar Farm in 2020. UQ students are also gaining valuable experience that will help Queensland reach its renewable energy targets by 2030.
  • Vice-Chancellor and President Professor Deborah Terry AO reflects on 2020, the response of the UQ community to COVID-19, and the role of universities in pandemic recovery.

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