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UQ Business School students and alumni benefit from the nationally and internationally recognised applied research. UQ Business School is dedicated to hiring and developing staff that excel at teaching while maintaining rigorous research programs.

Our research and consulting expertise is extensive. As well as our staff, we also draw on the skills of our associates, currently enrolled PhD students and the PhD graduates who work with us in postdoctoral roles.

Because UQ Business School staff are constantly making contributions through both theoretical and applied research, courses are infused with up-to-the-minute research content relevant to a range of business situations. Research output includes scholarly publications, published research profiles and media stories about our research.

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Does office design = productivity and wellbeing?

A study by UQ Business School experts aims to find out.

Professor Neal Ashkanasy and Dr Remi Ayoko, in collaboration with colleagues from the Melbourne Business School and the University of Leeds in the UK, are seeking organisations to participate in an Australian Research Council funded study on workplace physical environments and their effect on employee outcomes.

The study will evaluate the benefits and burdens of various workplace settings (for example traditional vs. open plan offices), where continual productivity and employee wellbeing are critical.

For further information or to submit an expression of interest, please download the flyer here or contact Jennifer O'Connor, Project Manager, at j.oconnor@business.uq.edu.au.

» Download flyer

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UQ Business School PhD students, Dr Kwong (Rand) Low and Dr Jianyu (Jenny) Ma, have been awarded the Dean’s Award for...
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A UQ Business School PhD student is the recent recipient of a prestigious international bursary from Erasmus University in...
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