Events for 07 March, 2019

MenziesHIQ Program Seminar Series: Healthcare Practice and Survivorship - Humanoid Robotics in Healthcare: Public Education to Health Intervention

MenziesHIQ Program Seminar Series: Healthcare Practice and Survivorship - Humanoid Robotics in Healthcare: Public Education to Health Intervention

Dr Nicole Robinson is a Research Fellow at the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision in the Humanoid Robotics project. Dr Robinson will discuss research being conducted in the 'Humanoid Robotics' group, including the use of Pepper robot in healthcare public education, interventions and health clinics.
GriffithBUSINESS Year 12 Workshop 1

GriffithBUSINESS Year 12 Workshop 1

Griffith BUSINESS Program: Year 12 Workshop 1. Further details to be released in 2019.
Symposium on Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis

Symposium on Lessons from the Global Financial Crisis

This Symposium event, jointly held by the Griffith Asia Institute and the Economic Society of Australia (Qld), brings together several high profile economists to analyse key issues of the 2008-09 global financial crisis. Speakers include: Andrew Charlton, A/Prof Creina Day, Janine Dixon, Prof Andrew Hughes Hallett, Tony Makin and John Simon.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Myanmar and Intelligence since the fall of General Khin Nyunt

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar: Myanmar and Intelligence since the fall of General Khin Nyunt

In this presentation, Dr Andrew Selth will discuss Myanmar's intelligence since the fall of General Khin Nyunt.
Jewellery and Body Space: Xiaohui Yang

Jewellery and Body Space: Xiaohui Yang

Xiaohui Yang's Doctoral of Visual Arts examination exhibition.
The Semiotics of the Dress: Genevieve Memory

The Semiotics of the Dress: Genevieve Memory

Scheduled to coincide with International Women's Day on Friday 8 March, this exhibition explores the semiotic value of clothing, labelling practices and egalitarianism.
A sense of Kathmandu

A sense of Kathmandu

After travelling to Nepal for three weeks in December 2018, eleven students from QCA present a fragment of lived experiences of the country, through visual investigations into values, current social issues and politics.