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Over the years, QUT has grown and changed. From the establishment of the Brisbane School of Arts in 1849, we have been at the forefront of innovation and progress in tertiary education. Although the name QUT has only been used since 1989, the institutions that came before us made us the university that we are today. The Brisbane School of the Arts began as a place of recreation, with a library, public debates and lectures. Eventually, the school developed a stronger educational focus, offering two drawing classes in 1881. In 1882, the Brisbane School of the Arts became the Brisbane Technical College. Initially, only 80 students attended the Brisbane Technical College. After the economic depression of the early 1890s, enrolments rose to more than 1,000 students in 1897. Brisbane Technical College was the largest institution in Queensland in the 19th century. In 1908, the Queensland Parliament passed the Technical Instruction Act, and Brisbane Technical College became the Central Technical College. The Queensland University of Technology Act was passed in 1988, following approval of university status for the Queensland Institute of Technology. Queensland University of Technology (QUT) began operating in January 1989. Since then we have grown to accommodate more than 40,000 students and offer over 400 courses and extensive research programs. Weve become the university for the real world.
Editors, Contributors and Speakers [
The following is the list of scholars from Queensland University of Technology who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences