Events for 08 July, 2016

Queensland State Schools holidays

Queensland State Schools holidays

Queensland State Schools holidays
Last day for restricted course applications

Last day for restricted course applications

Last day for restricted course applications
Last day to enrol in cross-institutional courses

Last day to enrol in cross-institutional courses

Last day to enrol in cross-institutional courses
Last day to be readmitted

Last day to be readmitted

Last day to be readmitted
Last day for lodgement of internal transfers

Last day for lodgement of internal transfers

Last day for lodgement of internal transfers
Student inter-semester vacation (all campuses)

Student inter-semester vacation (all campuses)

Student inter-semester vacation (all campuses)
The last 100,000 years of human evolution with guest lecturer Professor Chris Stringer

The last 100,000 years of human evolution with guest lecturer Professor Chris Stringer

World-renowned paleoanthropologist Professor Chris Stringer will discuss the last 100,000 years of human evolution. During this time there have been at least four kinds of humans on Earth, with Homo sapiens evolving in Africa, the Neanderthals had from western Eurasia, the Denisovans in eastern Eurasia, and Homo floresiensis in Indonesia. Professor Stringer will explore how these different populations relate to each other, and why are we the only humans left today?