The month ahead

The week ahead

'Deborah Kelly: CREATION' Exhibition
24 Feb

'Deborah Kelly: CREATION' Exhibition

'Deborah Kelly: CREATION' now showing at the Griffith University Art Museum.
POSTONED TO A DATE TO BE CONFIRMED: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Urban Aboriginal Cultural Recognition in South East Queensland
24 May

POSTONED TO A DATE TO BE CONFIRMED: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and Urban Aboriginal Cultural Recognition in South East Queensland

This research aims to determine the extent to which UNDRIP can support or constrain the exercise of, or recognition of, cultural rights of urban Aboriginal peoples. In 2007, the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) passed the United Nations General Assembly with overwhelming support. It is a framework of minimum standards for aspects of Indigenous peoples' lives including land, language, education and culture.
Gale Digital Scholar Lab
25 May

Gale Digital Scholar Lab

Join us for an introduction to the Gale Digital Scholar Lab, a platform used to explore and analyse historical content from Gale's primary source databases. Users can also upload their own textual content for analysis using the pattern analysis tools in the Lab, or cross analyse with data from Gale's archives.
Introduction to REDCap at Griffith
25 May

Introduction to REDCap at Griffith

Learn how to build and deploy projects in REDCap (REsearch Data CAPture), one of Griffith's supported research survey tools. See how REDCap compares with LimeSurvey, Griffith's other supported survey solution.
Meta-analysis 2 - Reviewing with a view to meta-analysis - the statistical implications
25 May

Meta-analysis 2 - Reviewing with a view to meta-analysis - the statistical implications

This is one of a series of sessions on meta-analysis, from literature review through to statistical analysis
MBA Mini Masterclass - Sustainability and Systems Thinking
25 May

MBA Mini Masterclass - Sustainability and Systems Thinking

Delivered online to fit in with your busy lifestyle, this masterclass on Sustainability and Systems Thinking is a great way to immerse yourself in the Griffith values that underpin our award-winning MBA program.
Formulating Close-ended Questions for Surveys
26 May

Formulating Close-ended Questions for Surveys

This workshop provides an overview to the formulation, wording and sequencing of close-ended questions when using surveys for research.
Web 3.0 for Business - Emerging Trends in Blockchain, Digital Assets and the Metaverse
26 May

Web 3.0 for Business - Emerging Trends in Blockchain, Digital Assets and the Metaverse

The pandemic has led to a seismic shift to digital platforms, and a growing interest in the next generation of the internet, known as Web 3.0. Three key aspects of the Web 3.0 environment-Blockchain, Digital Assets, and the Metaverse-will impact how we interact with each other and in business. Leaders must understand its enabling technologies, products, services, and markets to maximise the opportunities and minimise the hazards of Web 3.0.
Reproducible Research: Building Business Continuity
26 May

Reproducible Research: Building Business Continuity

On completion of this workshop, participants should be able to:
- identify ways to make their research reproducible and transparent
- safeguard themselves against fraud
- secure their data against loss or accidental disclosure
- identify best practice in reproducibility for current and future research projects
Mixed Methods 3: Assembling Mixed Methods with Surveys and Interviews
30 May

Mixed Methods 3: Assembling Mixed Methods with Surveys and Interviews

This session is part 3 of a 6-part series on Foundations of Mixed Methods (FMM).
National Reconciliation Week Educational Leadership Breakfast - Walking and Talking Together in Australian Education
31 May

National Reconciliation Week Educational Leadership Breakfast - Walking and Talking Together in Australian Education

Dr Marcus Waters, Dean Learning and Teaching (Indigenous), Office of the Pro Vice Chancellor (Indigenous) Griffith University, will share his personal journey in successfully taking his identity from a negative to a positive construction, built on inclusive collegiate practice in such a way that allows for a move beyond the binary and its associated power relations by bringing people together, rather than keeping them apart.
Science and Engineering Challenges - Primary School Event
31 May

Science and Engineering Challenges - Primary School Event

Griffith University will be hosting the PRIMARY school Science and Engineering Challenges on the 31 May & 1 June in the Logan region. ( venue to be confirmed)
The Science and Engineering Challenge is aimed at engaging Year 5 and 6 students through fun and practical hands-on activities.
Formatting your Thesis
31 May

Formatting your Thesis

This online session will give participants the opportunity to ask any questions they may have after going through the resource that is provided upon registration. This resource contains video lessons on how to use Microsoft Word's automated settings and features to apply consistent formatting throughout a document and manage long documents efficiently.