Seminar/Forum

Behavioural Marketing Professional Development Event

Behavioural Marketing Professional Development Event

Griffith University and the Golden Key International Honour Society
are pleased to present engagement architect Dr Timo Dietrich, discussing social marketing processes and behavioural change. This presentation will appeal to those exposed to or will influence behaviour change in corporate, not-for-profit or personal environments.

​Presented in person at HOTA on the Gold Coast, Dr Dietrich's teachings will be broadcast via an interactive webinar format.

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BSI research seminar: Shining the spotlight on Indian social entrepreneurs

BSI research seminar: Shining the spotlight on Indian social entrepreneurs

Dr Kaushik Murali will discuss the learning journey of entrepreneurs from Sankara Eye Foundation, India and outlining Young Indians' role in promoting Youth Social Entrepreneurship, followed by Poornima Kaushik sharing how performing arts has influenced her entrepreneurship journey. Dhara and Michelle will then share some insights into their research on Indian women entrepreneurs funded by an International Education and Training Partnership grant from Study Queensland.
Special screening of 2040, a film about hope and optimism by award-winning Director Damon Gameau

Special screening of 2040, a film about hope and optimism by award-winning Director Damon Gameau

Join Griffith Business School for a special screening of 2040, a film about hope and optimism by award-winning Director Damon Gameau. The screening will be followed by a Q&A panel discussion, along with canapés and refreshments.
MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Rapid and sensitive detection of human and animal diseases for low-resource use

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology - Rapid and sensitive detection of human and animal diseases for low-resource use

MHIQ Program Seminar Series Infectious Diseases & Immunology. Associate Professor Joanne Macdonald describes how her research group has identified and developed a low-resource molecular genetics testing workflow that enables accurate disease identification without any sophisticated equipment. Pathogens can be detected within raw samples (blood, tissue or swabs) in 20-40 minutes ​with similar sensitivity to laboratory-based molecular genetics tests.
BSI/GCSE Joint Research Seminar: Digital transformation through realising good dividends

BSI/GCSE Joint Research Seminar: Digital transformation through realising good dividends

Rather than highlighting issues of sustainability to persuade business to do some good, the regenerative system of Good Dividends seeks to redefine growth by integrating communities, societies and environments as sources of capital from which a dividend can be yielded as part of value generation. Through a case study of the 'Made Smarter' program ​, Steve will show how digital transformations are being made by manufacturing SMEs using the Good Dividends system.
Law Futures Centre Forum: Can we fix it? A Right to Repair for Australia?

Law Futures Centre Forum: Can we fix it? A Right to Repair for Australia?

Associate Professor Leanne Wiseman, Grififth Law School and Dr Kanchana Kariyawasam, Griffith Business School are organising a Panel of Experts to speak about what is happening in the International 'Right to Repair' movement and we hope you can join us in discussions about whether there is a place for a 'Right to Repair' in Australia.