Industry representatives have completed the third and final component of an Australian Government-backed workshop.
By Katie Woolaston PhD candidate, lecturer Griffith University I am an awarded and published PhD candidate, researching the interaction between law and the human-wildlife relationship (#Immodestwoman). I am also the mum of two vivacious and demanding children. My typical day might involve submitting a conference abstract, then scooping poop out of the washing machine. (This […]
“I didn’t grow up in a musical house, but we did own a record store. We never really sat around the table talking about music, the family talked about business. I had an absolute passion for music and loved playing, but I wasn’t surrounded by it, my environment was other stuff.” Teacher, researcher and woodwind […]
Innovative new co-curricular program helps students gain an edge in a competitive job market.
Musical theatre students will have the chance to perform with a Broadway legend this week, when diva Patti LuPone hits the stage at the Queensland Conservatorium Theatre. Multiple Tony and Grammy Award-winner Patti LuPone will perform her critically acclaimed show, Don't Monkey with Broadway, to a packed house at the Queensland Conservatorium Theatre on Wednesday night.
Queensland Conservatorium student Lochlin Dormer has won Australia's most prestigious percussion award - the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Snare Drum Prize.
Oncology, neuroscience and infectious disease are among the research topics to be presented by 52 early career researchers from five countries who are staying at the Gold Coast for the International Student Research Forum (ISRF) this week.