BIEN 2022

26 September 2022 9:00am28 September 2022 5:00pm
The 21st BIEN Congress will be a hybrid event, involving a mixture of online and face-to-face events. The main face-to-face event will take place in Brisbane, Australia in the form of a one-day symposium on Monday 26 September 2022.
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HASS Research and Innovation Week Debate: “Beauty vs Brains”

14 September 2022 2:00pm4:00pm
Join the HASS Faculty for a humorous debate that also showcases the breadth of talent and inquiry in our wonderful Faculty.

Navigating Professionalism

13 September 2022 6:30pm7:45pm
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences and invite you to join the online career seminar, Navigating Professionalism. This session targets students who are preparing to transition into the workforce and/or looking to broaden their understanding of how to launch their career.
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HASS 3MT Faculty Final 2022

3 August 2022 11:00am1:00pm
Join us for the 2022 HASS 3MT Faculty Finals. All welcome. Register now!
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Make your creative outputs count: NTRO Research Statements workshop

22 July 2022 10:00am12:00pm
Make your creative outputs count! This online 2-hour workshop is hands on, and will help you get your research statements into eSpace!
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HASS 3MT Faculty Heats 2022

20 July 2022 1:00pm4:00pm
Join us for the 2022 HASS 3MT Faculty Finals. All welcome.
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HASS ECR Showcase

18 May 2022 1:00pm2:00pm
Join us for an afternoon showcasing our HASS Early Career Researchers at UQ.

2022 Daphne Mayo Public Lecture

12 May 2022 5:15pm7:30pm
UQ has invited Rex Butler, Professor of Art History and Theory to present on Unfinished Business: The Art of Gordon Bennett.
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Music and Country

8 May 2022 2:00pm3:30pm
Join William Barton and the UQ Symphony Orchestra for the UQ Vice-Chancellor's Concert on Sunday 8 May 2022.

Surfacing employability in your curriculum

8 March 2022 5:00pm6:30pm
Join us for a panel discussion focused on practical solutions to surfacing the employability in your curriculum. Explore how educators can enable humanities, arts and social science graduates to recognise the innate employability value of their program of choice.

COP26: The Aftermath: What does it mean for Australia and the world?

23 November 2021 6:00pm
The eyes of the world have been on Glasgow over the past weeks, checking in to see if the world’s largest climate conference can achieve its goals. Join us and three leading experts to unpack what happened in Glasgow and why it matters.
Archaeology

2021 Hall Annual Lecture: Archaeology, Heritage and the Heritage of Archaeology

23 November 2021 5:00pm7:30pm
The 2021 Hall Annual Lecture titled 'Archaeology, Heritage and the Heritage of Archaeology' will be presented by Emeritus Professor Ian Lilley FSA FAHA.

Workshop: Climate Change, Indigenous Rights & QLD Human Rights Act

17 November 2021 4:00pm
This workshop will consider challenges and opportunities for Indigenous rights in the face of the climate crisis, including in the context of the Queensland Human Rights Act.

AustLit: Twenty Years in 2021 - A Panel Discussion

15 November 2021 4:00pm
In 2021, we celebrate 20 years of Discovering Australian Stories with AustLit, one of our nation's largest digital humanities projects.
HASS Teaching & Learning Awards 2021

HASS Teaching & Learning Awards 2021

4 November 2021 4:00pm6:00pm
The annual Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS) Teaching and Learning Awards event celebrates the achievements of colleagues who have demonstrated, promoted and sustained excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Annual Master of Development Practice Lecture 2021

3 November 2021 5:00pm6:00pm
The 2021 Annual Master of Development Practice Lecture presented by Professor Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt.

Think Twice: Freedom of Speech

7 October 2021 5:30pm7:30pm
Join UNESCO Chair in Journalism and Communication, Professor Peter Greste and a panel of leading experts and academics for a thought-provoking discussion on 'Freedom of Speech'.

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