Leeanne Heaton is Head of Course for the Bachelor of Nursing. Based in Mackay, she is responsible for the academic leadership, strategic development and quality enhancement of all aspects of the Bachelor of Nursing course, delivered across six campuses and via online education. Leeanne has extensive experience in healthcare as a registered nurse, registered midwife, paramedic and flight nurse. She’s also a very proud grandmother.
Aside from the festivities at the Birdcage Bar on the Rockhampton North campus, some of you may be wondering… what happens after hours at CQUni?
You may not make it to a local campus to speak to us before we close our doors of an afternoon, or may have family or work commitments which prevent you from calling during business hours. So once you see the closed sign or hear the message “we’ll be back next week”, and you need urgent assessment help, anxiety can start to set in.
But don’t despair! While our Academic Learning Centre is available during business hours, the Studiosity service is available after hours for undergraduate, postgraduate and TAFE students. Here are our reasons why you should check it out.
The activities you get involved in at university have a huge impact on your life.
With so many opportunities available, we asked our student experts (CQUni graduates and staff) to share the CQUni activities that help you make the most of your time at uni, and have the biggest impact on your life.
The result is a 60 item bucket list, filled with activities that can set you up for success in your studies and after graduation. Continue reading Your ultimate CQUniversity bucket list
You’ve spoken, and we’ve listened. In 2018, Ucroo is back with a list of new features and improvements we know you’re going to love. The team have been working hard behind the scenes to bring our students a social network that is engaging, reliable, and addresses some common pain points.
We’ll be launching on our new platform on Monday, 19 February, and (technical jargon aside) here’s what you can expect.
Continue reading What’s new on Ucroo?
Recent graduate Nabeel Abdullah moved from India to Sydney to take on his Master of Management for Engineers, and embraced life in the diverse city. As a Change Champ promoting social innovation at CQUni Sydney, Nabeel developed his passion for empowering others, and he hopes to use social innovation to promote global understanding and partnerships in his new career, too.
In her role as Professional Education Manager at CQUni’s Rockhampton North campus, Social Work Lecturer Kate Moore works closely with stakeholders in the sector, both non-government and government, to build working relationships, and ensure that third and fourth year students and their supervisors, managers and team members have a rewarding field education experience. Students undertake one thousand hours in the field and it’s Kate’s role to find the placements and coordinate the units to complement the students’ course work.
The road to university and graduation was tough for Nareeta Davis; but determination, dedication and support saw her excel in her Bachelor of Laws – and now she’s passing her lessons on to current students.
Nareeta says the support and guidance of CQUni’s Indigenous Student Support (ISS) team was invaluable during her six-year study journey.
“I realised within the first month of my course that I needed some help,” Nareeta remembers.
“I called the Indigenous Student Support team and was almost in tears because I was so overwhelmed with the expectations and workload required to undertake such a significant degree.” Continue reading Nareeta’s giving back her support and guidance
The life of a student can sometimes be a struggle, not just mentally but physically, and it can be hard to keep on top of your health care.
Do you suffer from back pain or headaches that get in the way of your study? Do you have a sporting injury that needs physio? Or are you looking for a brighter and whiter smile?
Look no further than our CQUni Health Clinics!
CQUni Rockhampton, Mackay, Sydney and Brisbane have their very own professional health clinics with health services right at your fingertips! Our health clinics have state-of-the-art health facilities which allow a practical learning environment for students, while providing a range of health services to CQUniversity staff and students, as well as the general public.
Keep reading to find out our top reasons for why you should book an appointment at a CQUni Health Clinic today…
For thousands of students, he’s the first smiling face from CQUni that they meet – and according to Deenudayal Rajaratnam, he was made for the job. The permanently beaming Senior Marketing Officer in Student Recruitment is proud of his reputation as the Melbourne campus ray of sunshine, and he’s making a difference to lives beyond CQUni, too.
Tasac.cqu.edu.au was so 2017.
From February 7, 2018 CQUniversity will have a brand new Service Management system. which we’re calling ‘SDesk’. That’s sdesk.cqu.edu.au. It will manage all IT and library Service Requests and Issues, replacing existing online TaSAC systems.
Keep reading to find out what SDesk means for you…