Now in her sixth year at CQUni, Anne Munns has come a long way. Starting out as the EA to the PVC Indigenous Engagement, she eventually found her passion, in supporting the Indigenous students as an Indigenous Student Support Officer within the Student Life and Wellbeing Centre. As a CQUni graduate herself, Anne is determined to help Indigenous students achieve their goals.
CQUni Brisbane Bachelor of Science (Chiropractic) alumnus Jaimi Parr is in a league of her own since she graduated. Not only is she a key member of the Queensland State of Origin squad’s medical team, she is also taking her studies further with a Master of Clinical Chiropractic at CQUni.
As Leading Vocational Teacher for Fitness at CQUni Mackay City Campus, Linda Nugent serves as an inspiration, not only to her students, but to the people looking to change their lives for the better at the campus gymnasium. Her positive influence is also paid back in kind, with the student, staff and members of the public inspiring her with their spirit and dedication.
New Geraldton Universities Centre (GUC) students will definitely be greeted with a smile on campus if they are looking for a Student Mentor. Psychology student Jennifer Goodall recently took on the role of Student Mentor Leader, at CQUni’s partner university centre in Geraldton and she is loving every minute of it.
CQUniversity’s Head of Department – Medical & Imaging Sciences Assoc Prof Anita Bowman (pictured left with Australasian Sonographers Association (ASA) President Dr Jennifer Alphonse) recently achieved a major milestone by being named the Sonographer of the Year and Educator of the Year by the ASA. Anita’s efforts over the past eight years have seen more than 250 students graduate from her sonography program.
Since being recruited to CQUniversity’s VET in Schools (VETiS) program in 2017, VETiS Officer Alison Hunt has put her experiences as a vocational student (hairdressing) into practice. In her role, she liaises with high school students, their parents and teachers to show them the pathways that vocational education and training can provide.
Sunshine Coast student and CQUni Student Representative Council member April Cunningham is currently on her way to Paris to represent Australia as a Global Voices delegate at the OECD Forum. The Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) student and mum-of-one is a proud Indigenous woman who aims to embed her culture through to the next generation of learners.
Based at the Rockhampton North campus, Technology Support Officer Dalyce McKay has been training and supporting staff and students in the use of teaching space technologies and recording of learning material for 21 years, but she still sees every day as a new challenge. She also is tasked with IT switching for videoconferences such as Student and Staff Awards and major forums.
As Vocational Sales Consultant for CQUni’s VET Operations and Growth Division, Marzieh Nowrouz Tafreshi’s primary role is to engage with local business and industry to help them meet their vocational training needs. Just six months in to the role at the Rockhampton City Campus, Marzieh also works closely with the School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Sciences and the School of Health, Medical and Applied Sciences to create new connections with stakeholders.
He loves cold weather and has chosen to live in one of the hottest cities in Australia, but what drew Robert (Rob) Doran to CQUni Townsville from Cairns wasn’t the weather, but the opportunity. Rob is Associate Lecturer of the new Creative Arts course launched on campus in Townsville this year and he’s loving every minute of teaching our next generation of performers.
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