The month ahead

The week ahead

GriffithBUSINESS Year 12 Workshop 2
23 May

GriffithBUSINESS Year 12 Workshop 2

GriffithBUSINESS PROGRAM: Year 12 Workshop 2. Further details and registration will be released in 2019.
Energy transition to 2030 - Plan to Repower Australia
23 May

Energy transition to 2030 - Plan to Repower Australia

Australia is currently in the grip of a renewable energy revolution. So, how do we make it achievable, and affordable, for everyone to benefit from renewable energy? We "Repower" Australia, of course. But how exactly do we do this?

Our next community forum delves into the report "Plan to Repower Australia" and will present an insight into repowering Australia with clean energy and how this will create a better life for everyone.
Science and Engineering Challenges
27 May

Science and Engineering Challenges

Griffith Science Education Alliance in partnership with Rotary hosts four Science and Engineering Challenges in South-East Queensland.
Two events in South Brisbane at Canterbury College on the 27th and 28th of May and two events at Queensland Academies - Health Sciences campus on the 30th and 31st of May, 2019.
The Challenge is open to all schools with a hotly contested 8 school places each day. Schools can register teams of up to 32 students from Year 9 and 10.
LFC Seminar - Martyrdom, antinomianism and the prioritizing of Christians - towards a political theology of refugee resettlement
28 May

LFC Seminar - Martyrdom, antinomianism and the prioritizing of Christians - towards a political theology of refugee resettlement

Associate Professor Matthew Zagor (Australian National University) will present his paper "Martyrdom, antinomianism and the prioritizing of Christians - towards a political theology of refugee resettlement".
Griffith STEM Roadshow - Mackay
28 May

Griffith STEM Roadshow - Mackay

Discover more about the exciting career opportunities available to students who study STEM disciplines and how Griffith University can help make those careers a reality. Join us for an interactive evening as participants receive advice on how best to place themselves in tomorrow's job market as well as find out more about the diversity and uniqueness of our STEM programs and how we prepare students for future employment.
PDN Leadership Breakfast
29 May

PDN Leadership Breakfast

Each year, the Professional Development Network committee organise a series of provocative, helpful and informative leadership sessions in one of two formats.

This event will be a breakfast seminar at the Queensland Cricketer's Club at The Gabba with Mr Daniel Pinchas, General Manager, Teaching and School Leadership, Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL).