Department of Business Strategy and Innovation

India-Queensland partnership: Internationalising Indian women entrepreneurs

Dr Dhara Shah and Professor Michelle Barker from the Department of Business, Strategy and Innovation (BSI), and the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) are leading researchers in the area of Indian women in IT. They are currently working on a project that addresses the needs of women entrepreneurs in India to develop their careers through capacity-building […]
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Arts Education Law

Brave new world

Fine Art students at the Queensland College of Art have curated a new exhibition of works inspired by a recent European study tour.
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Business and government

Griffith University partners with QLD Social Enterprise Council and English Family Foundation to grow social enterprise in Queensland

The new agreement will help catalyse the state’s emerging social enterprise sector.
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Alumni

The Griffith film grad behind the nation’s number one show

Griffith Film School alumnus Pete Cunningham has forged a successful career in the TV industry, crafting compelling stories for some of Australia's biggest reality hits, from The Voice to Big Brother, Australian Survivor and Married at First Sight.
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Arts Education Law

Research finds majority of young workers face exploitation and harassment in their first job

The Griffith University study shows young workers may not understand workplace agreements and laws, and be more frightened to report incorrect pay or incidents.
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Cities Research Institute

Microsoft AI for Earth win boosts green infrastructure carbon research

Duo will create and deploy model to predict below-ground carbon content based on above ground image data. 
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Business and government

Calling small businesses: Griffith researcher wants to help your cash flow

PhD candidate Melissa Belle Isle is investigating the impact of taxation and literacy on cash flow.
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Health

How little girl Scarlett drives Luke’s degree dream

Top student applying life experiences to psychological science studies
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Architecture

What it takes to make a healthy, happy city in a tropical climate

Workshop offers insights into the key ingredients to create a livable city in warm environments.
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Corporate

New VC receives stirring welcome by Elders and Kombumerri

New Vice Chancellor and President Professor Carolyn Evans has been given a spectacular welcome to Griffith by the University's Council of Elders and traditional owners of the lands where Griffith's campuses reside.
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Arts Education Law

Creating digital poetry out of Queensland’s past

Queensland College of Art lecturer Dr Jason Nelson is the Queensland State Archives first Artist-in-Residence.
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Business and government

Global Internships – passport to the world of work

Global Internships offer high-achieving Griffith Business School students nearing completion of their degree the opportunity to increase employability by gaining practical exposure to a professional environment in an international setting. Supported by the Australian Government New Colombo Plan Mobility Program, 36 students recently returned from one of four internship destinations in Asia – Hong Kong, […]
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Alumni

Griffith grad Kate Miller-Heidke to represent Australia at Eurovision

Griffith alumnus Kate Miller-Heidke has been chosen to represent Australia in the Eurovision Song Contest. Miller-Heidke's stunning performance of Zero Gravity won the public vote at the live TV finals for Eurovision - Australia Decides, held on the Gold Coast over the weekend.
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Business and government

Griffith University to fast-track Master of Business graduates to Chartered Manager status

The university’s Pathway Partnership with IML ANZ gives students industry-enriched opportunities.
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Arts Education Law

High school students challenge law at Griffith

Griffith Law School welcomed over 350 Year 11 and 12 high school students from around Brisbane, for a two-day legal conference held this week.
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Arts Education Law

Teachers need more professional development to support anxiety in students with autism

Professional development is needed to increase teacher knowledge about anxiety-related behaviours in students with autism.
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Griffith Asia Institute

Australian sports diplomacy strategy launched with a strong message of partnership

Last week Senators Marise Payne (Minister for Foreign Affairs), Senator Bridget McKenzie (Minister for Regional Services, Sport, Local Government & Decentralisation), and Senator Anne Ruston (Assistant Minister for International Development and the Pacific) launched Sports Diplomacy 2030, outlining the soft power value of sport. In 2015 Australia became a world-first in bringing sport and diplomacy […]
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Business and government

Griffith experts comment on banking royal commission

Griffith Business School academics break down the reasons Australia's banks have been brought to task - and what lies ahead for consumers and the industry.
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