Events for 13 March, 2019

GriffithBUSINESS Ambassadors Workshop 1

GriffithBUSINESS Ambassadors Workshop 1

GriffithBUSINESS PROGRAM: Ambassadors Workshop 1. Further details and registration will be released in 2019.
Maker/Wearer: Clare Poppi

Maker/Wearer: Clare Poppi

Solo exhibition from Queensland College of Art MA student, Clare Poppi.
GLOBAL Business Internships - Information Session

GLOBAL Business Internships - Information Session

Global internships offer business students the opportunity to gain not only course credit, but hands-on work experience in an international setting.

Internship destinations for Trimester 3, 2019 include China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan and the Republic of Korea.
Hominin cognitive evolution: New insights from stone-flaking experiments

Hominin cognitive evolution: New insights from stone-flaking experiments

Mark will first review the "standard story' of stone tool design and cognitive evolution, arguing that the consensus narrative-driven by assertions of goal-directed, top-down design processes.
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.
BSI leadership seminar: The Nordwand Principle:  How to manage uncertainty

BSI leadership seminar: The Nordwand Principle: How to manage uncertainty

In this seminar, Rainer Petek, extreme mountaineer, professional mountain guide and change expert, invites us to confront the thought and action framework of executives and academics with the thinking and acting practices of the extreme climber. Combining memorable stories with impressive images, Rainer will provide insights into developing strategies for successfully managing change and uncertainty.
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.