Ian Hickie from the University of Sydney and Associate Professor Naomi Rogers from Central Queensland University.
What does CQU stand for?
CQU stands for Central Queensland University (Australia)
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Croissance Québec Techno (French; Canadian entrepreneurial development program)
- Citigroup Quality Training Game (industry: finance; interactive training method)
- Centre for the Topology and Quantization of Moduli Spaces (Department of Mathematical Sciences, University of Aarhus, Denmark research group)
- Chuckling Quietly To Myself
- ClearQuest Test Manager
- Capacitor Qualification Test Program
- Commonwealth Quality Teacher Programme (Australia)
- Carrier Qualification Training Unit (US Navy)
- Chongqing Television (China)
- Centennial Quality Unit Awards (Boy Scouts of America)
- Compatible Quadrature Amplitude Modulation
- Committee on Quality Assurance Training and Education -- part of the European Federation of Cytology Societies, Brussels
- Central Queensland University International (Australia)
- Commissioning for Quality and Innovation (National Health Service; UK)
- Center for Quantum Information Physics
- Computerquip (Para Hills West, South Australia company distributing IT products and office machine supplies)
- Continuous Quality Improvement Program
- Chongqing University of Medical Sciences (Chongqing, China)
- Coquina (lithological term)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Dr Alison Jones' presentation on world-leading research on marine 'refugia' in the Great Barrier Reef, recently completed at Central Queensland University stimulated thought on maritime security co-operation at national and international levels.
John Rolfe Faculty of Business and Informatics, Central Queensland University, Rockhampton, QLD 4702.
Since Number 5 was published in 2002, three significant social work educators have passed away before their time: Marie Wilkinson from the University of Sydney in May 2003; Frances Killion from Central Queensland University earlier this year; and in August, Wendy Weeks from the University of Melbourne.
Central Queensland University won the IDP Education Award, while Worley Pty Ltd received the AusIndustry Emerging Exporter Award, MIM Holdings Ltd the First Charlton Communications Minerals and Energy Award, and Ausenco Limited the Australian Business Limited Services Award.
We gratefully note the support of the following industry partners: Central Queensland Cultural Heritage Management; Nghally Ghungalu Thoonieda Aboriginal Corporation; Palmtree Wutaru Aboriginal Corporation for Land and Culture; CSIRO, Tropical Agriculture; Queensland Mining Council; and the GIS and Remote Sensing Unit at Central Queensland University.