Griffith Sciences

STEM Ambassador Conference/Showcase
25 Mar

STEM Ambassador Conference/Showcase

The STEM Ambassador Conference is the premiere event for Griffith Sciences STEM Ambassadors and their teachers. The event will occur on the 25 March 2021 at Parliament House in Brisbane.

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.
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Science and Engineering Challenges - Primary School Event
03 Mar

Science and Engineering Challenges - Primary School Event

Griffith University will be hosting its' first ever PRIMARY school Science and Engineering Challenges on the 3&4 March 2021 at Parkridge State High School.
The Science and Engineering Challenge is aimed at engaging Year 5 and 6 students through fun and practical hands-on activities.
EcoCentre Toohey Forest Biodiversity Webinar Part 5
12 Nov

EcoCentre Toohey Forest Biodiversity Webinar Part 5

The EcoCentre's final webinar for 2020 is part 5 of the Toohey Forest Biodiversity Webinar Series with guest presenter Professor Catherine Pickering from Griffith's School of Environment and Science. Join us as Professor Pickering introduces us to the diversity of native plants found in Toohey Forest and South East Queensland.
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?
EcoCentre Biodiversity Webinar Part 4
22 Oct

EcoCentre Biodiversity Webinar Part 4

You are invited to Part 4 of the EcoCentre's Toohey Forest Biodiversity Webinar Series.
This instalment, "Tales from Toohey Forest: Pollination networks and genetic diversity", will be presented by Griffith lecturer and research, Jacinta Zalucki and will focus around the decisions of pollinators to determine the fertilisation success and subsequent genetic variability of future generations of plant species in Toohey Forest.
The City to You Virtual Round Table
30 Sep

The City to You Virtual Round Table

Griffith Architecture ​Et cetera Lab and the Design Institute of Australia are co-hosting a live event, where participants will present their creative responses to the COVID-19 imposed self-isolation measures. ​Invited participants will open up a multi-disciplinary conversation about the issues related to the residential built environment of our homes, particularly in relation to the building envelope and the notion of ​bringing the city to the individual.