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Explore the latest news from Bond University

From alumni starting game-changing businesses, to students (literally) kicking goals in sport, to research breakthroughs, there’s always something happening at Bond. See what Bondies have been up to and explore latest news from campus, the community and beyond.  

Lions teammates reunite to bolster Bull Sharks

Bond University AFL players will receive the very best in football education with the appointment of Queensland football greats Matthew Kennedy and Shaun Hart to the Bull Sharks coaching panel.

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Elon Musk’s ‘hardcore’ management style: a case study in what not to do

As a case study in how to implement organisational change, Elon Musk’s actions at Twitter will go down as the gold standard in what not to do.

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The King and I

Eight Bondies who worked on Baz Luhrmann’s biopic Elvis feature in the latest edition of the alumni magazine the Arch.

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Old men of the sea: surfing as the elixir of youth

They say youth is wasted on the young, and it turns out the same can be said for surfing.

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Long-serving Bull Shark to coach AFL Reserves

Bull Sharks stalwart James Fitchett will continue his long history at Bond University in 2023 as the head coach of the men’s AFL reserves team.

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Ironwoman determined to keep the conversation flowing

Harriet Brown wants to be able to say the words ‘menstrual cycle’ in a room full of people and not have men bolt for the door. 

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The science of human limits

How do you run a marathon distance faster than anyone has ever run one before?

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Life member takes over Bull Sharks reins

Bond University AFL Club pioneer John Le Lievre has called time on his three-year tenure as President and will pass the baton to life member Sam Whish-Wilson.

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Tempted to buy a UV light disinfection gadget? Some can be dangerous

The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed many of our behaviours and attitudes towards infection control.

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Facing facts about forgetting faces

Are you someone who never forgets a face? Sorry to say you may want to rethink things.

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Bull Sharks second at state 7s championships

The Bond men were forced to settle for silver in the Queensland State Sevens.

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7s heaven for Bond women

The Bond University women's 7s side have taken out the inaugural Charlotte Caslick Cup.

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