Professor Peter Little - Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame

The current edition of the Brisbane News features an article on Professor Peter Little, deputy vice-chancellor at Queensland University of Technology and co-founder of the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame.

In the article, Professor Little reflects on his life from self-confessed bad egg to his success in the world of academia.

In 2009, Professor Little, through the QUT Business School, was instrumental in the establishment of the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame, in partnership with State Library of Queensland and the Queensland Library Foundation. The Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame recognises the public contribution made by leaders of business to the reputation of Queensland and its economic and social development, both past and present.

Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame

You can find the Brisbane News article on page 12 of the following website. Further information on the Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame is available here.

The Queensland Business Leaders Hall of Fame is offering a $15,000 fellowship, open to individuals or groups, undertaking a research project documenting any aspect of Queensland’s business history. The fellowship also includes a study space within the John Oxley Library for 6 months, access to library staff expertise and advice and the opportunity to work closely with SLQ’s rich resources. Applications open on 28 January.

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