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Sometimes when we’re in the present moment, our minds are actually in the past! What does it mean to feel nostalgic? Jess has written a beautiful story that asks us to take a moment to reflect on the smaller things that pass us in life. This series was created in response to the cancellation of the Empire Youth Arts IMPACT Junior Youth Ensemble, af…
 
What’s the difference between feeling alone and being lonely? Is one actually the loneliest number? Let Tui bring you along on a journey with a bunch of questions and possibly, not many answers. Enjoy poetry, mind bombs and research about loneliness from a youthful perspective. This series was created in response to the cancellation of the Empire Y…
 
Did you ever have one of those days where just nothing went your way? Are you stuck in a crazy life loop? Come along with Joel on a wild adventure of misfortune and frustration involving expired keys, a cliff and a pogo stick! Will Joel’s frustration get the best of him? This series was created in response to the cancellation of the Empire Youth Ar…
 
Too many balls in the air?! Can’t quite get a grip on them all? Feeling overwhelmed is a pretty easy state to fall into. As much as you want and try to gain your balance, finding your equilibrium can be a challenge. Let Neeve take you on a journey to calm your thoughts and feelings to get yourself back to just “whelmed”. This series was created in …
 
Steve tells you his story about life as a young man spent on the football field and in the boxing ring until drugs and alcohol replaced sport and life took a different direction. One night at the pub, Steve's irrational thoughts coupled with his drunken state caused an escalation of events between himself and other patrons. It was the next day, whe…
 
As a child, Allan didn’t really belong. By about nine years of age, strong feelings of bitterness and anger were beginning to show, and by twelve he had already determined that one day he would kill someone. All through Allan’s story there is a recurring theme of faith. Allan grew up in a Christian family and despite his years of waywardness, Allan…
 
In the rough neighbourhoods of Sydney, exposure to drugs and violence early in life was not out of the ordinary and involvement in criminal activity with peers provided David with a place to belong. After a few stints in juvenile detention for robbery, car thefts and drug related crime, David and his co-offenders committed one of the most serious c…
 
Ben describes his downward spiral from social drug use, which eventually led to international drug trafficking. Through his time dealing drugs and his time in prison, Ben developed a whole range of transferrable skills, which shows that a former inmate can be very valuable to an employer. "I Am Not My Crime" features courageous people telling you t…
 
Kate's escalating alcohol addiction led to the worst possible outcome. This became the catalyst for her own recovery and her pursuit in life to make good by helping others. Kate is not her real name. "I Am Not My Crime" features courageous people telling you the story about the crimes they have committed and their journey to redemption. As you make…
 
Do you have a little - or big - voice in the back of your mind causing you to second guess yourself? Or maybe telling you that your work is no good? Don't fear! Career Insights is here!helps you navigate the world of employment, and help you realise your career goals. In the final episode of Career Insights for the 2020 season, career development p…
 
University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationship Consultant Katie Baker is here to help you navigate the world of employment, and help you realise your career goals. Ever thought of heading out regional, but not sure of the job opportunities? Or how to overcome the challenges of working regionally - in particular in agricultural jobs? USQ Al…
 
Ever wanted to work in the media? Not sure where to start? USQ Alumnus and award-winning ABC journalist and presenter of ABC News Jessica van Vonderen shares her career story, and shares some top tips for those looking to getting into the media and journalism industries. In this series, USQ Industry Relationship Consultant Katie Baker shows you how…
 
Where are the best places to find jobs? How do you know what skills are needed for today's workforce? University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationship Consultant Katie Baker is here to help you navigate the world of employment, and help you realise your career goals. USQ Career Development Practitioner Jennifer Luke and Senior Lecturer in Pu…
 
What is the hidden job market? USQ Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker is here to help clear the air in the employability space, and to help you realise your career goals. USQ Career Development Practitioner Shayne Lorac-Moon has all the hot tips on finding your way through the hidden job market. Produced by USQ Creative Arts student Byro…
 
In this episode: What is a mentor? What on earth do they do? And why should you have one? Rapid Mentoring's Warren James explains why having a mentor is a great help for developing your skill set. In "Career Insights", University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker talks all things career and employability and helps…
 
In this episode: What are the best ways to help you manage your money? What traps should you avoid when looking at new products or services? University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker talks all things career and employability and helps you to realise your career goals. Katie introduces you to industry profession…
 
In this episode: Looking after yourself. How do you cope in a rapidly changing industry and world? University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker talks all things career and employability and helps you to realise your career goals. Katie introduces you to industry professionals, experts and USQ alumni to help you be…
 
In this episode: Entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs, prototyping your career, grants for new business ideas, why it might not be money that you need. University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker talks all things career and employability and helps you to realise your career goals. Katie introduces you to industry prof…
 
In this episode: First impressions, how graduates and interns wants to be perceived, how to embed values like trust and generosity in your personal brand. In Career Insights, University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker talks all things career and employability and helps you to realise your career goals. Katie int…
 
In this episode: Adaptability, networking, going regional. In Career Insights, University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker talks all things career and employability and helps you to realise your career goals. Katie introduces you to industry professionals, experts and USQ alumni to help you become the most employ…
 
In this episode: Myths about moving to the bush, financial incentives for leaving the big smoke, how to fit into a regional community, honest truths about living in a small community. In Career Insights, University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker talks all things career and employability and helps you to realise…
 
In this episode: How to talk to people at networking events, why introverts can sometimes have the upper hand, the downside of perfecting your elevator pitch. In Career Insights, University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker talks all things career and employability and helps you to realise your career goals. Katie…
 
In this episode: Self-identity, influences and networking. In Career Insights, University of Southern Queensland Industry Relationships Consultant Katie Baker talks all things career and employability and helps you to realise your career goals. Katie introduces you to industry professionals, experts and USQ alumni to help you become the most employ…
 
Tips on staying safe whilst exercising at home - including online classes and walking around your town or suburb. This series offers mind and body health advice for the period of social distancing and home isolation brought about by COVID-19. Presented by Merendi Leverett, Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Manager of the University of Southern Q…
 
Stretches you can try whilst working or studying from home. You won't even have to leave your chair! This series offers mind and body health advice for the period of social distancing and home isolation brought about by COVID-19. Presented by Merendi Leverett, Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Manager of the University of Southern Queensland Spo…
 
COVID-19 has revealed the power of remote healthcare delivery. So what does the future look like? This series offers mind and body health advice for the period of social distancing and home isolation brought about by COVID-19. Presented by Merendi Leverett, Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Manager of the University of Southern Queensland Sport …
 
An introduction to the power of mindfulness. This series offers mind and body health advice for the period of social distancing and home isolation brought about by COVID-19. Presented by Merendi Leverett, Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Manager of the University of Southern Queensland Sport and Exercise Clinic. Merendi's guest in this episode …
 
How you can maintain your training regime through this enforced off-season. This series offers mind and body health advice for the period of social distancing and home isolation brought about by COVID-19. Presented by Merendi Leverett, Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Manager of the University of Southern Queensland Sport and Exercise Clinic. M…
 
Tips on how to set up your home office for work or study. This series offers mind and body health advice for the period of social distancing and home isolation brought about by COVID-19. Presented by Merendi Leverett, Accredited Exercise Physiologist and Manager of the University of Southern Queensland Sport and Exercise Clinic. Merendi's guest in …
 
Most uni students will have to complete group assessment at some point during their degree, so it’s important to know how to make the most of the experience. In this episode of The Study Buddies Show, Corben and Tom discuss the dynamics of group work and go head to head to answer the question: Is it better to pick up the slack or wait for your grou…
 
In this episode of The Study Buddies Show, Corben and Tom open their wallets (not literally, sorry) and discuss how to balance your budget as a university student. The Study Buddies delve into some budgeting horror stories, go head to head on whether or not to buy a credit card and chat to welfare officer Clare Moseley about top tips for making it …
 
Have you ever wondered whether man buns are suitable for an office environment? In this episode of The Study Buddies Show, Corben and Tom discuss this, and many other burning questions you may have in relation to the topic of professionalism. The Study Buddies are joined by Careers & Employability expert, Carolyn Alchin, and you’ll also get to hear…
 
In this episode of The Study Buddies Show, Corben and Tom discuss the pros and cons of putting off sleep in favour of study. Joining them in the studio is Troy Morgan, who is the CEO of Willows Health Group and who is part of the Happy Body At Work team. You'll also hear live music from Crystal Coleman as well as the usual fun and banter, so sit ba…
 
In the debut episode of The Study Buddies Show, Tom and Corben chat with successful entrepreneur and motivational superstar Rowie McEvoy about how she beats procrastination on a daily basis, play live music from USQ musician Ayden Roberts and plenty more. Have a listen … you know, when you get around to it… For tips to help you beat the cycle of pr…
 
You can’t pour from an empty cup. Knowing when to ask for help is fundamental to any studying parent’s success. From researching childcare to opening up to a family member, it’s important to feel supported and have a strong network to turn to throughout your study journey. It takes a village, and in this episode of Textbook Mumma, we go through the…
 
A uni student? A parent? A partner? Or a bit of everything? Studying parents can often experience an identity confusion as they navigate through their degrees and try to make sense of being a parent and a uni student at the same time. In this episode of Textbook Mumma, we explore the stereotypes, expectations and realities of being a studying paren…
 
If growing a tiny human inside you isn’t enough of a workload, studying at university at the same time definitely takes the cake! From morning (make that all day) sickness to baby brain – the studying parent struggles are real and it’s no easy feat (did we mention the swollen feet?). In this episode of Textbook Mumma we reveal some of the untold tr…
 
As a studying parent, it’s common to feel as though no one else ‘gets it’. Often, your family and friends can’t quite comprehend your study commitments and your uni peers just don’t get what it’s like to raise kids on top of a study workload. If you can relate, don’t worry, because in this episode of Textbook Mumma we break through the disconnectio…
 
Studying as a parent can feel like an emotional battle with you taking hits from all sides. There’s the guilt when you spend time with your kids rather than studying and then guilt when you study instead of spending time with your kids … it’s a double edged sword of guilt! In this episode of Textbook Mumma, we hear first-hand how other USQ students…
 
Everything from conflicting schedules, bedtime routines and of course sudden sickness outbreaks are part of the package as a parent. Adding study into that mix can often feel like you need superhuman time management and organisation skills. In this episode of Textbook Mumma, we walk through the everyday techniques and routines used by USQ students …
 
Coming out and revealing something as personal as sexual orientation requires bravery and courage, but it’s only one step in the journey. Representing the LGBTQI community on the podcast, USQ staff members, Michelle Killen and Robyn Idewa Gede, discuss the challenges, rewards and stories of being out and proud and why organisations such as USQ prov…
 
You travel to another country, miles away from home, with only what you can pack in your suitcase. You might not know anyone, you might not know where to go and the local language might not even be your first. On this episode of the podcast, discover a real insight into exactly what life is like as an international student at a university, with Tur…
 
Wondering what STEAM education is and how it might inform your teaching practice? This series of 4 podcasts are intended to unravel some of this mystery and reveal the value that approaching curriculum development and implementation in an integrated way can bring to your classroom. This is considered in relation to how STEAM education can inform th…
 
At USQ we get that university can seem very mysterious but you don’t have to help your young person all on your own. Listen to this episode to hear how you can help your young person make choices, find out where to access support and information and get some hints on starting conversations. Join Deborah, Lead Career Development Practitioner with US…
 
Wondering what STEAM education is and how it might inform your teaching practice? This series of 4 podcasts are intended to unravel some of this mystery and reveal the value that approaching curriculum development and implementation in an integrated way can bring to your classroom. This is considered in relation to how STEAM education can inform th…
 
Studying a Head start course at USQ gives motivated academic young people the opportunity to expand on their knowledge, skills and abilities through studying a university while still at school. In this episode hear how your child can get a Head start by studying a university course while still at school. Join Jamie, Head start Coordinator as part o…
 
If you’re finding it hard to wind down and can’t ever seem to find the off switch, how do you make yourself relax? Diana Cogill from USQ’s Health and Wellness team joins the podcast to share some relaxation tips, the benefits of taking a break and whether mindfulness can actually work for you. To learn more about mindfulness, relaxation and find us…
 
USQ provides a wide range of scholarships and bursaries to support students with managing the costs associated with commencing and continuing tertiary study. Join us in this episode to find out about scholarships and bursaries for future and current USQ students and get some hints on how to prepare a strong scholarship application. Join Isabel, Sen…
 
Wondering what STEAM education is and how it might inform your teaching practice? This series of 4 podcasts are intended to unravel some of this mystery and reveal the value that approaching curriculum development and implementation in an integrated way can bring to your classroom. This is considered in relation to how STEAM education can inform th…
 
At USQ we get that people have different strengths and reasons for going to university. Through this episode learn what an associate degree is and how it may be the perfect way into university for your child. Join Andrew, Senior Lecturer in Electrical and Electronic Engineering and Deborah, Lead Career Development Practitioner with USQ’s Career Dev…
 
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