HASS Projects and Impact

Our researchers partner with a broad range of organisations in the public, private and not for profit sectors - locally and globally - to deliver research outcomes that create change. 
Our research partnerships inform the development of public policy, improve student learning and wellbeing, generate new understanding about cultures and languages, and enhance commercial and public programs and services. By partnering with us, your research will benefit from the expertise of our world-class researchers, who are skilled in translating research outcomes into real-world impacts. 
Associate Dean (Research) Professor Annemaree Carroll continues to identify pathways to build positive learning experiences for students and assist teachers by providing them with the support they need.
UQ experts bring community, school and law enforcement partners together to tackle truancy, in Australia and internationally.

Welcome to Sandpit in the Sandstone, a partnership activity between UQ and the University of Melbourne designed to improve Indigenous Research capability. Funded by the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC), this partnership is dedicated to improving research data commons that improves Indigenous Research.
UQ's CPF is partnering with CSIRO in a five-year A$3 million agreement to examine the policy, regulatory, and ethical implications of CSIRO's Future Science Platforms (FSPs).
From youth work to teaching and now research, Dr Marnee Shay knows a thing or two about what makes young people tick – and what doesn’t.
Young adults living with Down syndrome have high aspirations and a great zest for life according to an Australian first study by researchers from The University of Queensland.
Young Indigenous people in Mt Isa will be taught about the mental health benefits of a good night’s sleep as part of a nation-leading program developed by The University of Queensland.
A University of Queensland academic has created the first artwork in the world to combine augmented reality (AR) game music with places in the community.
A team of researchers from UQ have embarked on collaborative research project, focused on identifying, understanding, and addressing the issues and implications of genomic technologies for people with disability.