Events for 20 February, 2020

Mixed Methods Research Course

Mixed Methods Research Course

A mixed methods 3-part course is designed for participants wanting to understand the principles and practicalities of combining qualitative and quantitative techniques.
States of emergence, states of knowledge: A comparative sociology of international relations in China and India

States of emergence, states of knowledge: A comparative sociology of international relations in China and India

Associate Professor Peter Marcus Kristensen, Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen will examine the relationship between the geopolitical rise of new powers in international relations and knowledge production in International Relations.
MBA For Life - Brisbane

MBA For Life - Brisbane

Join us for a night of networking, canapes and drinks to start the new year at the Emporium Hotel's refined wine and cocktail venue, the Piano Bar. Following on from our highly popular MBA For Life Event at Emporium last year, we encourage you to register for this event quickly as it is sure to book out. The evening will include a short presentation by James Brockurst, as well as an introduction to the new MBA Director and Alumni Manager for Griffith Business School.
Opening Event - Cognitive Dissidents: Reasons to be Cheerful

Opening Event - Cognitive Dissidents: Reasons to be Cheerful

Please join us for the opening of 'Cognitive Dissidents: Reasons to be Cheerful'!
Undergrowth 2020

Undergrowth 2020

Undergrowth is an invitational exhibition dedicated to showcasing some of the most innovative and conceptually coherent work being produced by third year undergraduate students at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.
A Closed Box

A Closed Box

What is an art exhibition if the door to the gallery is permanently locked? A Closed Box explores this idea with a set of interactive works physically inside a gallery but interacted with from outside the gallery. Interaction happens via techniques such as vision recognition, nearby human presence, and forms of touch activation and control.