The month ahead

The week ahead

Undergrowth 2020
11 Feb

Undergrowth 2020

Undergrowth is an invitational exhibition dedicated to showcasing some of the most innovative and conceptually coherent work being produced by third year undergraduate students at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.
A Closed Box
11 Feb

A Closed Box

What is an art exhibition if the door to the gallery is permanently locked? A Closed Box explores this idea with a set of interactive works physically inside a gallery but interacted with from outside the gallery. Interaction happens via techniques such as vision recognition, nearby human presence, and forms of touch activation and control.
Cognitive Dissidents - Curator Tour with Stephen Jones
22 Feb

Cognitive Dissidents - Curator Tour with Stephen Jones

Join us for a tour of 'Cognitive Dissidents: Reasons to be Cheerful' with respected Sydney artist, researcher, conservator, and the exhibition's curator, Stephen Jones.
Canberra Connect Griffith University Alumni Gathering
24 Feb

Canberra Connect Griffith University Alumni Gathering

Join host, Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Carolyn Evans at our annual Canberra gathering.

Come together with fellow Griffith alumni, staff and friends for an enjoyable evening of networking and participate in a professional development session looking at harnessing the power of entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship.
Systematic Quantitative Literature Review
25 Feb

Systematic Quantitative Literature Review

Workshops to explain and instruct on the Systematic Quantitative Literature Review method.
Literacy in Survey Instruments
25 Feb

Literacy in Survey Instruments

A workshop which aims to develop and improve literacy about survey quality.
Lunchbox Lecture: Volunteering in the Arts
25 Feb

Lunchbox Lecture: Volunteering in the Arts

Our free weekly skills workshops provide key resources and tips on professional art practices and industry opportunities during your lunch break.
PDN Education Workshop - How to implement the new State Schools Indigenous Education Strategy in schools
26 Feb

PDN Education Workshop - How to implement the new State Schools Indigenous Education Strategy in schools

The presentation will begin with Dave Hartley introducing the strategy and what it means for students, teachers and leaders. After this, members of the State Schools Indigenous Education Team will present professional development focusing on the different methods to carry this out successfully.
Designing Closed Questions for Surveys
27 Feb

Designing Closed Questions for Surveys

This interactive tutorial will provide an introduction to theoretical and practical issues encountered during design of survey questions
India as a rising power: Opportunities and constraints in the 21st Century
27 Feb

India as a rising power: Opportunities and constraints in the 21st Century

In its 71-year existence as an independent state, India has achieved much in fulfilling the dreams of its leaders in obtaining a higher global status, but the quest is still unfinished in terms of achieving a great power status. Professor T.V Paul will address why Indian elite and many in the public believe that the country has a destiny to rise as a global power. While looking a what the future holds for India's status elevation.
2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Mackenzie's Mission: Australia-wide genomic precision medicine
27 Feb

2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Mackenzie's Mission: Australia-wide genomic precision medicine

2020 MHIQ Lecture Series - Professor Nigel Laing AO explains that next generation sequencing technologies make reproductive carrier screening for hundreds of conditions affordable. Mackenzie's Mission is a $20m Medical Research Future Fund project to develop, test and evaluate a reproductive carrier screening program that could be implemented and made available free to any Australian couple that wanted to use carrier screening.
Griffith Mates Networking Night (Nathan)
27 Feb

Griffith Mates Networking Night (Nathan)

Make the most of your first week at Griffith and get to know other students at the Networking Night, hosted by the Griffith Mates.
Networking Night (Gold Coast)
27 Feb

Networking Night (Gold Coast)

Make the most of your first week at Griffith and get to know other students at the Global Connections Networking Night, hosted by the Griffith Mates.
Perspectives:Asia | Restraining Great Powers
27 Feb

Perspectives:Asia | Restraining Great Powers

T.V. Paul, James McGill Professor of International Relations, Department of Political Science at McGill University will discuss how balance of power politics is evolving and what the implications are of soft balancing for the rise of new great powers and the international order, especially concerning cooperation and conflict in the 21st Century.