University isn’t only about study, there’s so much more on offer! The Office of Social Innovation and International Student Health Promotion presents Eat – Chill – Sweat, a virtual health and wellbeing program for Term 1.
CQUni invites all students to take advantage of the FREE health and wellbeing program. Now it’s easy to cook well, eat well and breath well, all without leaving your home!
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A global pandemic brings a sense of uncertainty, and COVID-19 is unprecedented in the chaos it causes. But around the world, the determination of people to respond proactively is palpable. We see it as Italian balconies ring out with singalongs, as new virtual communities come together, as strangers reach out to help those struggling amidst the panic. Humans want to contribute and make the bad into the not-too-bad. So how can we harness this positive energy and in the midst of social upheaval ensure that it shapes a better future, too?
Continue reading Our collective heart is innovating in response to COVID-19, let’s make sure it has a long-term impact
Social innovation can seem overwhelming at first, but it doesn’t have to be.
CQUni Master of Management for Engineers graduate, Bikesh
Lal Shrestha believes it can be as simple as making small changes in our everyday
“Social innovation does not have to be a big invention. It could be a simple change in the way of doing something or approaching a situation that results in better outcomes.”
Originally from Nepal, Bikesh has always been passionate about helping people and solving social issues, and credits CQUni’s online iChange program for teaching him the basics of social innovation.
Keep reading to learn more about Bikesh’s experience with iChange, and how you can get started with the program.
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