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NewsFeed: 9 – 13 May

Time for, you guessed it, news!

A recap of this week in the University of Southern Queensland media sphere.


Outback agtech startup brings innovation to the bush…

  • Dr Chad Renando provided expert commentary for an ABC News article on agritech startups in outback locations.

The night of nights.

  • It was opening night for the newest refurbishment in Toowoomba. More to come… but check out the sneak peek photos of the unveiling.


Doctor… Who?

  • 60 years and 14 Doctors: how Doctor Who has changed with the times – and Ncuti Gatwa’s casting is the natural next step, wrote Professor Marcus Harmes via The Conversation.

An unbe-leaf-able sight.

  • Of what, you ask? The last remaining autumn leaves at our campuses catching raindrops.


From Nurse Ratched to Madam Pomfrey…

  • A pop culture breakdown of nursing’s image in pop culture ahead of International Nurses Day. Worth a read!

Best of the best (and absolutely nothing less!).

  • A story on the University’s most recent honorary doctorates was featured in The Chronicle.


Our Voices to Lead.

  • A suite of content was posted in celebration of International Nurses Day. There were media bulletins, photos and videos aplenty featuring our students and researchers.

And a beautiful message to Year 12s, too!

  • Grab some tissues. This video = cute.


A day to recognise…

  • Our 2022 MacIntyre Wind Farm Scholars! Read more about our worthy awardees who are finding their own strength in different ways.