Events for 08 March, 2019

GriffithBUSINESS Year 12 Workshop 1

GriffithBUSINESS Year 12 Workshop 1

Griffith BUSINESS Program: Year 12 Workshop 1. Further details to be released in 2019.
Alumni Career Management Workshop Series (Gold Coast)

Alumni Career Management Workshop Series (Gold Coast)

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.
The effect of "smart' financial incentives on driving behaviour of novice drivers

The effect of "smart' financial incentives on driving behaviour of novice drivers

Menzies Health Institute Queensland presents a EPIC Health Systems Seminar.
Dr Duncan Mortimer will speak on the effect of "smart' financial incentives on driving behaviour of novice drivers.
MenziesHIQ Program Seminar Series: National Centre for Neuroimmunology & Emerging Diseases (NCNED)

MenziesHIQ Program Seminar Series: National Centre for Neuroimmunology & Emerging Diseases (NCNED)

Prof James Baraniuk MD is the Director, Chronic Pain and Fatigue Research Center, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC. Prof Baraniuk researches the effects of exercise in relation to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Gulf War Illness. The research outcomes provides new insights into disease pathlogy, diagnoses and potential therapies.
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.