Quick hiatus… but we’re back!
Brace yourself… the week that was.
Running late to class? Never.
- Clinical Exercise Physiology student Jai Gordon is Australia’s fastest junior athlete… and he’s chasing gold at the World Athletics U20 Championships! His story available via UniSQ News.
Talk about the building blocks of the future!
- We chatted to Professor Sherif Mohamed, our new Head of School for Surveying and Built Environment, about his vision for our students and graduates.
Is it time for the ‘return of the mask’?
- Dr Aletha Ward discussed just that across TripleM Darling Downs airwaves.
Among the greats.
- Dr Daryl Sparkes reflected on the late James Caan’s stature as a remarkable actor’s actor who always held his own via The Conversation.
Talk about seeing stars.
- NASA Webb Telescope’s first images have been released, giving us a *remarkable* look through space and time. Professor Jonti Horner was featured across the ABC News airwave universe.
And because we weren’t starstruck enough…
- Professor Jonti Horner and PhD Student Nataliea Lowson were spotted in ABC News’ Live Feed – unpacking the latest discoveries in our cosmos.
Research = thriving.
- Our inaugural Health and Medical Sciences Student Research Symposium was held… and a big congratulations to Dinuki Seneviratne for *literally* winning all of the awards. More via Twitter.
Did someone say road trip?
- We’ve been #OnTour this week – visiting our people in our regions. First, we headed to Charleville… next up, Roma… then, down the road to St George… and last but not least, Goondiwindi. Check out all the highlights!