BEL alumni
online content

Catch up with all of the BEL alumni online and digital content, including videos and webinars. If you’d like to register for an upcoming webinar, these are listed on our Alumni Events page. Recordings of past webinars will be made available here.

COVID-19 impact

 

Economic impacts of COVID-19​

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had devastating health and economic impacts and has changed how we live and work. Through this series of videos, School of Economics academics provide their insights into the economic impact of the COVID-19 crisis as it unfolds and explores the potential long-term economic consequences.
 

 

 Legal implications of autonomy in military systems


Legal implications of autonomy in military systems

In this video Associate Professor Rain Liivoja and the Law and the Future of War Research Group, provide an introduction to the diverse legal challenges posed by autonomous functions of military platforms, systems and weapons.  

 

 

The Future of Work

The Global Connection 2.0: The Future of Work - How the COVID-19 disruption is accelerating changes

In this webinar, UQ BEL alumnus John Holding and Associate Professor Remi Ayoko discuss how embracing digital and flexible work arrangements is going to be essential for organisations – large and small – to continue to operate.
Host: Professor Phil Bodman, Deputy Executive Dean, UQ Faculty of Business, Economics and Law
Speakers: Associate Professor Remi Ayoko (PhD '03, MBA '97), UQ Business School and alumnus John Holding (MBA '12), Group Executive, People & Performance at Nufarm.
 

 

Global Connection virtual catch-up in Hong Kong

The Global Connection virtual catch-up in Hong Kong (8 October 2020)​

In this informative webinar, Dr Kirsty Short talks about current research into vaccine and therapeutics for COVID-19, as well as how researchers around the world are collaborating to beat the pandemic.
Host: Dr Peter Glover (JD’, LLM’07, PhD’13), Chair, Hong Kong Ambassador Council
Speaker: Dr Kirsty Short, School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, UQ
 

 

Global Connection virtual catch-up in Singapore

The Global Connection virtual catch-up in Singapore (8 October 2020)​

In this informal webinar three Asean-based UQ BEL alumni from the tourism, leisure and hospitality sector tell their career stories: career starts, progression and divergence, lessons learned, sector outlook, coping with downturns and surviving redundancies.
Host: Phil Forrest (BCom ’68), Singapore Alumni Emeritus Ambassador
Speakers: Siobhan Cool (LLM ’03), KY Wong (BEcon (Hons) ’88) and Suyin Lee (BCom ’89, MBA ’01).
 

 

Video of Protecting freedom of the press in Australia with Dr Rebecca Ananian-Welsh


Protecting freedom of the press in Australia

In this video, Dr Rebecca Ananian-Welsh discusses the impact of national security and espionage laws on freedom of the press in Australia, and how new research is helping to inform public policy on this important issue.

 

 

The business and economics of pandemicss


COVID and capital markets

Join Professor Stephen Gray from the UQ Business School, Angela Karl from QIC and Michel Mamet from Flagstaff Partners to discuss the effect of COVID-19 so far on financial markets, equity and debt market pricing, the cost of capital and capital access, and the effect on mergers and acquisitions. 

 

 

The business and economics of pandemicss


Learning from the COVID-19 experience: The business and economics of pandemics

A must-see panel discussion on the economic impacts of COVID-19 presented by the Centre for the Business and Economics of Health (CBEH) and facilitated by Professor Peter Greste.

 

 

warning of COVID-19 on news sites


Modern risk management in the post COVID-19 era

David Clarke and Deb Barnes, Chief and Deputy Chief Risk Officers for the Queensland Investment Corporation, discuss QICs response to COVID-19 and navigating the risks and opportunities set to arise over the coming months.

 

 

EdX learning


Thriving in the decade of disruption - Jim Kalokerinos

Cameron Turner and Jim Kalokerinos, serial entrepreneur, discuss the growth strategies entrepreneurs, corporates and investors are using to find product market fit to thrive through the Decade of Disruption.

Explore UQ's Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

 

EdX learning


Taking a long term view during turbulent times

Associate Professor Tim Kastelle talks about ideas that help to keep us focused on the things we need to do to thrive over the long-term.

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EdX learning


Thriving in the decade of disruption - Tony Keating

Cameron Turner and Tony Keating, CEO of ResApp, discuss the growth strategies entrepreneurs, corporates and investors are using to find product market fit to thrive through the Decade of Disruption.

Explore UQ's Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

 

EdX learning


Thriving in the decade of disruption - Phil Morle

Cameron Turner and Phil Morle, Partner at Main Sequence Ventures, discuss the growth strategies entrepreneurs, corporates and investors are using to find product market fit to thrive through the Decade of Disruption.

Explore UQ's Master of Entrepreneurship and Innovation

 

 

EdX learning

 

EdX courses in leadership, innovation, management and resilience-building​

Access our three most popular online courses for only A$8.
 

 

message from professor Andrew Griffiths

 

A message from Professor Andrew Griffiths​

Professor Andrew Griffiths, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Business, Economics and Law, addresses alumni in response to the COVID-19 pandemic on 27 March.