Matt Gunawardana and Monty Quaife-Ryan from TEDxUQ came and had a chat with us about their upcoming event.
The event takes place on Saturday, 23 May 2015.
For those who aren’t attending the official event, make sure to pen TEDxUQ Greenroom into your weekend schedule. Come on down to Sir Llew Edwards Building, Terrace Room on the St Lucia campus to catch the action (and generous supplies of popcorn)!
Photo credits to Paul Smith and Bohdi Connolly
Ample news was produced in the past week beginning with a study published by UQ scientists in the renowned journal, Nature, to a study released by the UQ Rural Clinical School revealing doctors trained in rural areas tend to eventually practice rurally.
Fraser, Nao and Eve brought you the news and upcoming events here at The University of Queensland.
We featured the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law on this weeks show – the BEL Faculty has achieved various successes over the past year.
Next week will have President of the Journalism and Communications Students society, Ashleigh Hopkins on the show with us – a great opportunity to discuss, as current Journalism/Communications students, what information we would have benefited from prior to commencing our degrees.
It’s our first show back from the new year’s holiday. The St Lucia campus isn’t very busy at all, but Fraser and Nao have been gearing up for their third Radio UQ show.
If you are looking for motivation to face this daunting new academic year, why not check out what valedictorians had to say at their graduation ceremonies? Radio UQ has created a montage of five inspirational speeches which may make you rethink that existential crisis.
This episode we feature news and events from 2014. From the TTCC outrage to #ObamaUQ, the university has seen a plethora of exciting, thought-provoking events. Tune in as Fraser and Nao reveal (with incredible bias) the best and worst of 2014!
Make sure you are tuned in next Tuesday, 4PM to be kept in the know regarding issues and events on and off campus!