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NewsFeed: 5 – 9 September

A newsy time.


Springing into the Carnival of Flowers… with style.

One for our (future) health heroes.

  • We’re providing a vital shot in the arm to local regions by launching a suite of new health programs from 2023. Check it out!

Talk about media coverage…

  • Professor Jonti Horner notched up his 100th article for The Conversation. What was it about, you ask? Enter HIP 65426b: The planet orbiting a distant star.


Vale, Emeritus Professor Bill Lovegrove.


Wildlife warriors.

Quick… it’s Time to BeReal.

  • Dr Jess Carniel was heard across ABC Brisbane airwaves discussing the newest digital phenomenon designed to showcase life ‘without filters’.


In case you missed it: We’re working to combat plant disease.

Starting the conversation.

  • This year’s R U OK Day activities were captured and posted across our social media channels to raise awareness about the importance of checking in with loved ones.


A Spring change.

  • Climate scientist Dr Christa Pudmenzky wrote an article about how Spring is changing as part of News Corp’s climate series.

The new faces of Australian agriculture.

  • And they’re (mostly) all #unisqgrads. Read all about it via ABC News.

Vale, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

  • As we reflect on her extraordinary contributions over such a long period, we are thankful for her life and service, and her strength, grace and dignity will continue to inspire us as we pay tribute to a remarkable life. Our Dr Jess Carniel was featured on Sunrise and discussed what comes next after and the intricate protocol of handing ‘Operation London Bridge’ - head to our Twitter feed to watch it.
This week in the news at the University of Southern Queensland.