Point8 transport planning cadet recruitment
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Point8 transport planning cadet recruitment

Point8 is currently seeking applications for their annual Cadet Program. The program is suitable for 3rd- or 4th-year university students interested in undertaking work experience in transport planning and related disciplines. For more information, check out the LinkedIn add: https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:6848107031099011072 or contact the Point8 Cadet Recruitment Team at cadetrecruiting@point8.com.au Continue reading

Minister’s Planning Awards – nominations closing soon!
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Minister’s Planning Awards – nominations closing soon!

The QLD Department of State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning is committed to shaping Queensland’s future — and that means investing in tomorrow’s planners by giving them an opportunity to put their skills, knowledge, and ideas to practice in real-life scenarios. The Minister’s Planning Awards give planning students the opportunity to submit applications to … Continue reading

Tmnit Halefom Hailu on public panel discussing the ongoing war in Tigray, Ethiopia
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Tmnit Halefom Hailu on public panel discussing the ongoing war in Tigray, Ethiopia

This Sunday, one of our HDR students, Tmnit Halefom Hailu, partook in a public discussion in which the panelists talked about the ongoing war in Tigray, Ethiopia, and indicated that genocide is occurring. A major humanitarian crisis is unfolding. A native of Tigray, Ms Hailu provided an overview of the political context that led to … Continue reading

Join UQ’s MaaS scheme
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Join UQ’s MaaS scheme

A Mobility as a Service (MaaS) scheme will be launched at UQ in mid-2021. A MaaS scheme is defined as the integration of transport services through a single access point with a common interface. This UQ scheme will provide users with access to a range of unlimited or discounted transport options for a fixed monthly … Continue reading

Join INTBAU’s Architecture Challenge!
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Join INTBAU’s Architecture Challenge!

The Architecture Challenge is a competition for low-carbon, no-carbon, and carbon-negative designs for resilient and adaptable houses. Proposals must advance local traditions, be low-cost and easy to build, and respond to a real location anywhere in the world that is affected by one or more of: lack of houses that are affordable, sustainable, and appropriate … Continue reading

Planning student focus groups – all invited
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Planning student focus groups – all invited

BRTP and MURP Students are invited to participate focus groups on the undergraduate and postgraduate program. These focus groups are part of the Reimagining UQ Planning Project which is seeking your feedback and ideas on how to enhance the academic and student experience in the program. The focus groups are designed and led by students. … Continue reading