The History of the Computer

Friday Talk – 4 September 2020, 1:15 p.m. for 1:30 start. Presenter: Dr Ken Lynn This talk describes the history of the computer and the men and women who made it happen. We start from the mathematicians of the 18th century and the development of mechanical computer through to the mighty mechanical machines of James […]

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Technology and the Brain

USC Monthly Talk – 30 October 2020, 1:15 p.m. for 1:30 start. Presenter: Associate Professor Mike Nagel Synopsis to follow About the Presenter: Dr Michael Nagel is an Associate Professor in Child Development and Learning at the University of the Sunshine Coast where he teaches and researches in the areas of cognition, human development, behaviour […]

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Feminism and World Politics: confronting marginalisation

USC Monthly Talk – 2 October 2020, 1:15 p.m. for 1:30 start. Presenter: Dr Shannon Brincat The talk will explore feminist theory and how it applies to world politics. It will examine problems of exclusion and a range of feminist approaches that attempt to understand and overcome this problem. About the Presenter: Dr Shannon Brincat […]

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Balance Training

USC Monthly Talk – 28 August 2020, 1:15 p.m. for 1:30 start. Presenter: Associate Professor Mark Sayers Synopsis to follow About the Presenter: Dr Mark Sayers Deputy Director, High Performance Sport; Associate Professor in Sports Biomechanics PhD RMIT, MAppSci Canberra, BAppSci CCAE Dr Mark Sayers joined the University in 2005, having worked as a sports scientist since the 1980’s. He […]

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Artists of the South Seas

Friday Talk – 14 August 2020, 1:15 p.m. for 1:30 start. Presenter: Zana Dare French artists Paul Gauguin and Henri Matisse visited Tahiti. Unrecognised during his lifetime, Gauguin is known for his experimental use of colour and depictions of Tahitian life. He abandoned his life in France to develop his unique approach while living in […]

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CQU Site Map

  Location: CQU (Central Queensland University) in Goodchap Street Noosaville. Situated on the first floor via the stairs or lift through the main entrance, next door to Noosa Radiology. Car parking is shown on the map with a red ‘P’ in the grey areas. The driveway entrance off Goodchap St with red arrows. The entrance […]

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