Queensland University of Technology

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Queensland University of Technology (QUT) "is one of Australia's largest universities, enrolling 40,000 students, 12 per cent from overseas." [1]

In response to Peter Coaldrake's "push to scrap QUT's basic Arts and Social Science degrees", [2] students have created a protest website called Keep Humanities.

QUT Council (2007)

Nominees of the Minister for Education

Nominees of Council

Elected Professional Staff Members

  • Mr Col McCowan, CertT QUT, BEd Qld, Dip Psych Qld, MEd Qld. Division of Administration Services
  • Ms Denise Redfern, BA W Aust, Hons UCQ, DipEd Syd, GradCert(Sciences Comm) C Qld. Faculty of Built Environment and Engineering

Elected Academic Staff Members

  • Mr Ross Daniels, BA(SocWk) BA(Econs), MSPD Qld. School of Humanities and Human Services, QUT Carseldine
  • Prof John Gough, MSc PhD Well. Faculty of Information Technology
  • Assoc Prof Susan Danby, PhD Qld, MEd Loyola, BEdSt Qld, DipT QUT. Faculty of Education

Elected Student Members

  • Ms Natalie Locke
  • Mr Daniel Doran

Elected Alumni Members


Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic (attends by invitation)


'Laughing at the Disabled' Controversy

Unethical corporations on campus

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Web: http://www.qut.edu.au

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