Events for 28 October, 2020

Cancelled - STEM Ambassador Conference/Showcase
28 Oct

Cancelled - STEM Ambassador Conference/Showcase

Cancelled - The STEM Ambassador Conference is the premiere event for Griffith Sciences STEM Ambassadors and their teachers.

This leadership conference gives STEM Ambassadors the opportunity to receive leadership training and plan their school's individual action plan and strategy. Held during World Science Festival, it inspires students to be STEM leaders on a world stage.
DELIVERY NOW ONLINE - EndNote workshop - Registrants will be sent a recording of the presentation
31 Mar

DELIVERY NOW ONLINE - EndNote workshop - Registrants will be sent a recording of the presentation

This workshop provides an introduction to using EndNote for research and reference management
Virtual Welcome Booth hosted by Griffith Mates
28 Oct

Virtual Welcome Booth hosted by Griffith Mates

Virtual Welcome Booth is available online, Monday to Wednesday from 10am - 12pm during Orientation Week.
Griffith Mates Welcome Booth
28 Oct

Griffith Mates Welcome Booth

Make sure you drop by the Welcome Booth during Orientation, hosted by the Griffith Mates (current students). If you have a quick question, want to chat or find out about activities and events, the Griffith Mates will point you in the right direction.
Griffith Mates Welcome Booth
28 Oct

Griffith Mates Welcome Booth

Make sure you drop by the Welcome Booth during Orientation, hosted by the Griffith Mates (current students). If you have a quick question, want to chat or find out about activities and events, the Griffith Mates will point you in the right direction.
Unmasked: Sharka Bosakova
20 Oct

Unmasked: Sharka Bosakova

This exhibition features new body-centred technologies, creating a shape-shifting dialogue between Sharka Bosakova's 3D printed performative objects and the body landscape.
Instagram Live: Can we live peacefully with magpies and other excitable species?
28 Oct

Instagram Live: Can we live peacefully with magpies and other excitable species?

Australian cities are bursting with wildlife: rainbow lorikeets are everywhere, there are possums on every roof and flying foxes squabble in our gardens. But there are some which can be a serious worry, including magpies, plovers and even noisy miners, all of which can attack an innocent bystander. What is going on and can we learn to live with these marauders?