The University of Queensland’s Triple P – Positive Parenting Program will be showcased at the White House today as part of an initiative to improve outcomes for boys and young men of colour, and all youth.

17 October 2016
Dr Emma Beckman

Dr Emma Beckman was already on a high from working as a Paralympic Games athletics classifier, and then she got an extra boost of a rare Universitas 21 Teaching Excellence Award.

14 October 2016
Linda Ng

University of Queensland researcher Linda Ng has a passion for helping others – a passion that prompted her to leave a burgeoning legal career to pursue nursing.

13 October 2016
An embedded pharmacist could result in better patient outcomes

Medication-related problems are one of the most common reasons for patients to be readmitted to hospital.

11 October 2016

Australian researchers have identified Ireland’s same-sex marriage referendum ’No’ campaign had a deeply negative impact on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex people and their families.

10 October 2016
Opportunity knocks for disadvantaged choir members

A charity which helps disadvantaged adults empower themselves via the arts - called the School of Hard Knocks - has had its praises sung by a University of Queensland psychology expert.

6 October 2016

Professor Kenneth Pakenham from the UQ School of Psychology has been recognised in the 2016 Australian Awards for University Teaching.

30 September 2016

A University of Queensland online program has been shown to alleviate children’s attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms and parents’ stress.

29 September 2016
UQ has announced a new partnership with Boeing.

A key partnership will soon take off at The University of Queensland, as Boeing Research and Technology Australia establishes a presence at the UQ St Lucia campus, in an Asia-Pacific first.

22 September 2016
Geoff Green

Unemployed 60 year-old Geoff Green’s daily struggle to crack a smile is coming to an end.

22 September 2016

If you’re a leader who wants to be perceived as charismatic, you’re better off dead.

22 September 2016
Mentors encourage parents to interact with children

An extensive European trial has shown that incorporating The University of Queensland’s Triple P – Positive Parenting Program into a home visiting program can improve children’s cognitive development.

22 September 2016
Professors Chirstina Lee and Bruce Abernethy with winners of the 2016 HaBS Faculty Research Awards.

Professors Jolanda Jetten, Julie Henry and Louise Hickson, and Dr Tegan Cruwys are winners of the 2016 Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences Research Awards.

15 September 2016

A low sense of attachment between an expectant mother and her unborn child could be associated with some infant developmental delays.

13 September 2016
The ECP device as a form of recovery

A secret experiment has allowed Brisbane Broncos players to approach their games with fresher legs, as the club strives to become Australia’s most scientifically advanced football team.

8 September 2016

Researchers from The University of Queensland have shown for the first time that “brain training” for specific tasks can also improve broader brain performance, in findings with major implications for ageing brains.

6 September 2016
Military veterans' long-term suffering shows that time does not resolve all issues. (Shutterstock image).

University of Queensland researcher Dr Robyne Le Brocque believes trauma is a fact of life. That’s why the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work senior lecturer sees such importance in her role as organising committee chair of next week’s...

2 September 2016
Students in a group study sesssion

The UQ School of Psychology introduces the new Master of Business Psychology program.

2 September 2016
University of Queensland School of Pharmacy researcher Dr Harendra Parekh.

University of Queensland School of Pharmacy researcher Dr Harendra Parekh will host a morbid but fascinating discussion at the upcoming event Murder in Brisbane – The Science of Life and Death.

2 September 2016
UQ summer scholar Hyein Kim

The impact of a good teacher should never be underestimated.

25 August 2016
UQ's Young Tall Poppy winners

Investigating what we look for in a partner – and how that has affected human evolution – has led the University of Queensland’s Dr Barnaby Dixson to be named the Queensland Tall Poppy of the Year.

18 August 2016
The majority of respondents were not using beta alanine in accordance with recommendations

Only 35 per cent of Australian professional footballers were able to identify the benefits of a supplement they were taking, and 48 per cent admitted to never reading the labels.

5 August 2016

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