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Wednesday, April 1, 2020
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CQUniversity transitions to online teaching for Term 1

CQUniversity’s Vice-Chancellor has announced that starting on Monday, 23 March 2020, the University will commence transition of on-campus teaching activities to online delivery for the remainder of Term 1, in the wake of the current COVID-19 crisis.

Students prepare for future learning at CQUni O Week

Bundaberg university students were today introduced to their local campus as part of Orientation Week at CQUniversity.

Bundaberg hackerspaces fuel innovation

Bundaberg will soon have two new community spaces to encourage innovation thanks to the State Government’s Hackerspaces program.

Bundaberg CQUni campus part of diverse O Week

CQUni will host a busy schedule of Orientation activities at its Bundaberg campus on 5 March, with STEPS (Preparatory) Orientation starting earlier on 26 to 27 February.

CQUniversity Alumni award winners announced

Bundaberg Region residents Tanya O'Shea and Leslie Lowe have received accolades in CQUniversity’s 2020 Alumni Award winners lineup.

Business Planning seminar first in series

Bundaberg businesses can learn to develop strategies to grow and build resilience by attending the Building Business Resilience Series.

Scholarship to help students experience Bundaberg

Students planning to study at CQUniversity Bundaberg this year are eligible to apply for a new scholarship valued at $15,000 per year.

Pascal, 78, flying through CQU Bachelor of Aviation

Pascal Lunsford radar-tracked astronauts on the Mercury and Gemini missions. Now at 78 his mission is to become a commercial pilot.

CQU welcomes scholarships for regional study

CQUniversity has welcomed funding for 40 Destination Australia scholarships that could attract and support students looking to move to the Bundaberg Region.

Bundaberg Gliding Club takes off with CQU Aviation

Bundaberg Gliding Club and CQU Aviation Society joined forces last weekend to help more local careers in flying take-off.

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