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Corporate entry The University of Queensland (1910 - )

16 April 1910
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Brisbane, Queensland


Founded in 1910, the University of Queensland began with 83 students, studying in the areas of arts, science and engineering. It is Queensland's oldest University.

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  • Australian Genome Research Facility (1997 - )

    The Australian Genome Research Facility (AGRF) was founded through a partnership between The University of Queensland and the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research. The University of Queensland hosts the Brisbane AGRF node.

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Published resources


  • Gregory, Helen, Vivant Professores: Distinguished Members of the University of Queensland, 1910-1940 (St Lucia: University of Queensland Library, 1987), 180 pp. Details
  • Rorke, M., The Vocational Contributions of Women Graduates of the University of Queensland (Brisbane: University of Queensland Press, 1959). Details
  • Thomis, Malcolm Ian, A Place of Light and Learning: the University of Queensland's First Seventy-Five Years (St Lucia (Qld): University of Queensland Press, 1985), 429 pp. Details
  • University of Queensland, The University of Queensland, 1910-1922 (Bribane: Government Printer, 1923), 93 pp. Details
  • University of Queensland Senate, An Account of the University of Queensland During its First Twenty-Five Years, 1910-1935 (Brisbane: University of Queensland Senate, 1935). Details

Journal Articles

  • 'Historical Notes on the Establishment of the Queensland Medical School', Medical Journal of Australia, 2 (1936), 727-731. Details
  • Hill, Dorothy, 'The First Fifty Years of the Department of Geology of the University of Queensland', University of Queensland, Department of Geology, 10 (1) (1981), 1-68. Details
  • Nairn, M. E., 'University of Queensland School of Veterinary Science - Looking Both Ways', Australian Veterinary Journal, 65 (3) (1988), 80-82. Details


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