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Real Students, Real Stories: An R U OK? Day special

Real Students, Real Stories: An R U OK? Day special

September 8, 2021

Real Students, Real Stories shines light on the mental health journey of students in university.

Hear how three students, Esaba, Raf and Emma faced their struggles, and inspiring messages from seeking support.

Hosted by CQUni Student Wellbeing Coordinator Liza Costello, the brave participants show us that getting help isn’t giving up, it’s refusing to give up, and encourage everyone to break the silence and get support.  

Real Students, Real Stories is a CQUniversity Podcasts production. Music is Run by CQUni alumnus Tristan Barton. 

If you're a CQUniversity student and you need support, visit cqu.edu.au/counselling

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 6 | We met in Morocco: Professor Hilary Haldine and Professor Annabel Taylor

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 6 | We met in Morocco: Professor Hilary Haldine and Professor Annabel Taylor

June 16, 2021

In this episode of the Bulb, CQUniversity’s Professor of Gendered Violence Studies, Dr Annabel Taylor, speaks with our friend and collaborator, Professor Hillary Haldane.  As you’ll hear, Annabel and Hillary have a long-standing relationship, but Hillary became part of our Centre family in 2017.  In that year she received a Fulbright scholarship to travel to Australia from her base in the United States to continue her studies into frontline responses to domestic violence.  We hope you enjoy this international episode of the Bulb! 

 

In each episode of The Bulb, the podcast will explore aspects of gendered violence – what is thought about it, what we know about it, and what is yet to be revealed.

The QCDFVR is funded by The Queensland Government and is based at CQUniversity Australia.

www.noviolence.org.au

 

For victims and survivors of gendered violence who may have found the content of this podcast disturbing, free confidential 24 hour counselling is available nationally on 1800 737 732 through 1800Respect.

 

If you would like to know more about responding to domestic and family violence, CQUniversity offers a range of postgraduate and other study options.  Visit cqu.edu.au and search courses for “domestic violence” to learn more.

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 5 | Good people in the world: Jude Marshall

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 5 | Good people in the world: Jude Marshall

June 1, 2021

Jude Marshall wrote in the Centre’s recent Compendium of Queensland Stories about Gendered Violence Activism that “Looking back, I learned about a feminist analysis before I understood the word.” In this edition of the Bulb, advocate and enduring friend of the Centre, Jude Marshall shares recollections of her personal and professional life as well as her hopes for the future. 

 

In each episode of The Bulb, the podcast will explore aspects of gendered violence – what is thought about it, what we know about it, and what is yet to be revealed.

The QCDFVR is funded by The Queensland Government and is based at CQUniversity Australia.

www.noviolence.org.au

 

For victims and survivors of gendered violence who may have found the content of this podcast disturbing, free confidential 24 hour counselling is available nationally on 1800 737 732 through 1800Respect.

 

If you would like to know more about responding to domestic and family violence, CQUniversity offers a range of postgraduate and other study options.  Visit cqu.edu.au and search courses for “domestic violence” to learn more.

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 4 | The story of Jessica: Vicki Lowik

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 4 | The story of Jessica: Vicki Lowik

May 18, 2021

PhD candidate, Vicki Lowik, generously gives listeners a taste of her recent research in this fascinating podcast.  The story of “Jessica”, as studied by Vicki, details the development and progression of domestic violence during a 27-year marriage against a backdrop of a community endorsing the Christian doctrine of male headship. 

 

In each episode of The Bulb, the podcast will explore aspects of gendered violence – what is thought about it, what we know about it, and what is yet to be revealed.

The QCDFVR is funded by The Queensland Government and is based at CQUniversity Australia.

www.noviolence.org.au

 

For victims and survivors of gendered violence who may have found the content of this podcast disturbing, free confidential 24 hour counselling is available nationally on 1800 737 732 through 1800Respect.

 

If you would like to know more about responding to domestic and family violence, CQUniversity offers a range of postgraduate and other study options.  Visit cqu.edu.au and search courses for “domestic violence” to learn more.

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 3 | Beyond the top of the mountain: Betty Taylor

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 3 | Beyond the top of the mountain: Betty Taylor

May 4, 2021

For many listeners, Betty Taylor is a woman who needs no introduction.  Recognised through multiple awards, Betty has been instrumental in the establishment of the Red Rose Foundation, and Australian Institute for Strangulation Prevention.  In this podcast Betty canvasses considerations relating to high-risk intimate partner violence. 

 

In each episode of The Bulb, the podcast will explore aspects of gendered violence – what is thought about it, what we know about it, and what is yet to be revealed.

The QCDFVR is funded by The Queensland Government and is based at CQUniversity Australia.

www.noviolence.org.au

 

For victims and survivors of gendered violence who may have found the content of this podcast disturbing, free confidential 24 hour counselling is available nationally on 1800 737 732 through 1800Respect.

 

If you would like to know more about responding to domestic and family violence, CQUniversity offers a range of postgraduate and other study options.  Visit cqu.edu.au and search courses for “domestic violence” to learn more.

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 2 | The isolation of family violence: responding to adolescent-to-parent abuse: David Burck

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 2 | The isolation of family violence: responding to adolescent-to-parent abuse: David Burck

April 21, 2021

David Burck is a Queensland leader in the practice of responding to families where there is an abusive adolescent.  In this podcast he takes the listener into the topic of adolescent-to-parent violence.  David is also a researcher and has developed an online professional development course for QCDFVR. 

In each episode of The Bulb, the podcast will explore aspects of gendered violence – what is thought about it, what we know about it, and what is yet to be revealed.

The QCDFVR is funded by The Queensland Government and is based at CQUniversity Australia.

www.noviolence.org.au

 

For victims and survivors of gendered violence who may have found the content of this podcast disturbing, free confidential 24 hour counselling is available nationally on 1800 737 732 through 1800Respect.

 

If you would like to know more about responding to domestic and family violence, CQUniversity offers a range of postgraduate and other study options.  Visit cqu.edu.au and search courses for “domestic violence” to learn more.

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 1 | Exploring team responses to sexual assault: Dr Megan Greeson

The Bulb | S2 | Ep 1 | Exploring team responses to sexual assault: Dr Megan Greeson

April 7, 2021

In this podcast, Dr Megan R. Greeson, Associate Professor at DePaul University in Chicago, Illinois shares a little of her journey into the field of gendered violence research.  Megan speaks about the sexual assault response team approach that operates in her country.  

 

In each episode of The Bulb, the podcast will explore aspects of gendered violence – what is thought about it, what we know about it, and what is yet to be revealed.

The QCDFVR is funded by The Queensland Government and is based at CQUniversity Australia.

www.noviolence.org.au

 

For victims and survivors of gendered violence who may have found the content of this podcast disturbing, free confidential 24 hour counselling is available nationally on 1800 737 732 through 1800Respect.

 

If you would like to know more about responding to domestic and family violence, CQUniversity offers a range of postgraduate and other study options.  Visit cqu.edu.au and search courses for “domestic violence” to learn more.

IMPACT | Ep 11 | Understanding gambling harms in Australian community

IMPACT | Ep 11 | Understanding gambling harms in Australian community

December 9, 2020

Australians are the world’s most prolific gamblers, losing close to $25 billion a year. But despite growing awareness of harms caused by the national habit, researchers from CQUniversity’s Experimental Gambling Research Laboratory say the problem is unlikely to improve without significant changes in the gambling industry.

EGRL head Professor Matt Rockloff, Research Professor - Gambling Studies Nerilee Hing and Psychology Professor Matthew Browne share their recent work with fellow EGRL team member Dr Alex Russell, and explain why gambling problems in Australia are bigger than simply “problem gambling”.

This is the 11th episode of CQUniversity’s podcast series IMPACT, and the final episode in this series. Subscribe to "CQUniversity Podcasts" via your podcast app and you'll be the first to know when next season launches in 2021. 

IMPACT | Ep 10 | Underbelly and beyond, does TV shape police procedure?

IMPACT | Ep 10 | Underbelly and beyond, does TV shape police procedure?

December 7, 2020

Conducting face-to-face interviews with convicted underworld murderer and drug trafficker Carl Williams, CQUniversity Criminology researcher Dr Anne Ferguson found herself part of the police investigation after his prison murder in 2010.

Her research, which began with the popular Underbelly series, aimed to highlight the conflict between fact and fiction in how the Australian entertainment industry dramatises the criminal world.

In this episode Dr Ferguson and Forensic Psychology lecturer Rebecca Wilcoxson discuss the research with Tiahna Fiddling from CQUni Corporate Communications, raising concerns that police initiatives to work closely with TV producers are impacting our perceptions of crime and policing.

This is the tenth episode of CQUniversity’s podcast series: IMPACT, exploring groundbreaking research projects and their real-world impacts.

IMPACT | Episode 9 | Inflatable wavey people could solve dingo problem

IMPACT | Episode 9 | Inflatable wavey people could solve dingo problem

December 1, 2020

The wavey, inflatable people often used to attract the attention of customers to businesses like used car yards have found a new use in dingo management in Australia.

The CQUniversity study showed that oversized, inflatable human effigies, which researchers have since dubbed ‘Fred-a-scare’, could deter captive dingoes from accessing food, providing some hope that dingoes and humans can coexist successfully without resorting to lethal management techniques.

Lead researcher Dr Bradley Smith talks about the potential impact of this quirky research for livestock producers, campgrounds and mining operations.

This is the ninth episode of CQUniversity’s podcast series: IMPACT, exploring groundbreaking research projects and their real-world impacts.

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