The week ahead

Funding opportunities for academic projects in developing countries
18 Jul

Funding opportunities for academic projects in developing countries

An information session to provide information on projects in developing countries - part of the Developing Researcher Training program.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |The Xinjiang Emergency: Exploring the Context and Implications of China's Mass 'Re-Education' of Turkic-Muslims
18 Jul

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |The Xinjiang Emergency: Exploring the Context and Implications of China's Mass 'Re-Education' of Turkic-Muslims

In this presentation, Dr Michael Ckarke, The Australian National University (ANU) provides an exploration of a number of critical questions with respect to the Xinjiang emergency: what factors (historical, political/ideological, social) have contributed to the CCP's turn to mass "re-education" at this juncture; the implications of the detention centres for the governance of Xinjiang (and China more broadly); and the implcations for China's foreign policy.
Alumni Career Management Workshop Series (Brisbane)
23 Jul

Alumni Career Management Workshop Series (Brisbane)

This Career Management Workshop Series is designed and delivered exclusively to assist experienced Griffith Business School students and alumni (with over five years professional experience) with insightful, constructive and practical guidance to craft a meaningful career. Over a series of three workshops you will walk away with a clearer sense of your career direction, the tools to effectively market yourself, and practical advice to build strong networks.
Entrepreneurship Seminar Series: Demonstrating your Success with the Digital Marketing Hourglass
23 Jul

Entrepreneurship Seminar Series: Demonstrating your Success with the Digital Marketing Hourglass

The July Entreprenuership Seminar will help you understand how you can use the digital hourglass to build better and more relevant content across the complex customer journey. Presented by Dr Timo Dietrich, Deputy Director (Engagement) at Social Marketing @ Griffith and regional entreprenuer Joshua Lewis, Director of Dorks Delivered, this event is pivitol in assisting to shape your digital stategy for the future.
PDN Leadership Breakfast - The Y Connect Project
24 Jul

PDN Leadership Breakfast - The Y Connect Project

The Y Connect Project was a 2.5-year school-university-artists partnership project funded by the Queensland Department of Education. ​Within the project teachers and artists collaborated in English, Mathematics, and Arts classrooms. The findings reveal that six connections critical for student learning and wellbeing were enhanced, with one of these being connection to learning.
Engaging with Media
24 Jul

Engaging with Media

Engaging with Media is a training session in the Developing Research Training program to advise researchers how to understand the media and utilise for the benefit of their research.
Raise Your Kids to Raise Their Voice: ANZATSA Public Engagement Event
24 Jul

Raise Your Kids to Raise Their Voice: ANZATSA Public Engagement Event

​The Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse (ANZATSA) is hosting a free information evening available to the public on Wednesday 24th July 2019. The event will involve an hour-long panel discussion moderated by freelance journalist and long-time ABC investigative reporter Nance Haxton.
Partnering With Commercial Partnerships To Achieve Social Objectives Masterclass
25 Jul

Partnering With Commercial Partnerships To Achieve Social Objectives Masterclass

Involving businesses to achieve positive behaviour change. - This interactive masterclass will highlight the basics of corporate social responsibility and cross-sector partnerships and provide practical tips on how to optimise such initiatives. In addition to gaining insights, participants will share experiences and gain knowledge through a peer-to-peer learning process.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |Nuclear Deterrence v. International Humanitarian Law: Consequences for Asia-Pacific Stability
25 Jul

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |Nuclear Deterrence v. International Humanitarian Law: Consequences for Asia-Pacific Stability

In this presentation, Dr Tanya Ogilvie-White , adjunct senior fellow, Griffith Asia Institute will discuss the Nuclear Deterrence and their developments, while focusing on the challenges associated with harmonising international humanitarian and strategic agendas in Asia.