Environmental Futures Research Institute

Registrations open for historic sustainability leadership program

Griffith University has announced the opening of registrations, along with the first cohort of prominent program faculty members for next year’s Executive Education in Sustainability Leadership Program (EESLP). The EESLP is an internationally renowned sustainability program to be hosted by the Griffith University EcoCentre from the 6th to the 9th of March 2018, currently delivered […]
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Alumni

Mentor program supports alumni research, networking

Griffith University's role in the newly launched Alumni Professional Development Program seeks to boost research and networking capabilities for Australian alumni
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Griffith Health

Digitally-enabled design guides the way for children’s orthopaedic surgery

New virtual-reality technology and 3D printing techniques will create ‘digital patients’ to improve surgery for Queensland children with orthopaedic deformity.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith’s Tallowwood childcare centre hits 30-year milestone

Education platform setting children up for life
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Arts Education Law

When Hollywood meets the Outback

This week 50 students from Griffith Film School found themselves in Outback Queensland for the Vision Splendid Film Festival. Their mission? To pitch, write, shoot, edit and screen a short film in just one week.
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Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention

Running to raise awareness of suicide prevention

Even the seemingly most exuberant of us still have our dark days. Forty-five year old New Zealand born husband and father of two, Justin Geange is no stranger to depression.
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Alumni

Hacking through the problems of the city

When the international hacker community Angelhack decided to launch in Australia, they also decided to ramp up the expectations by partnering with the team from the CityConnect accelerator. Griffith graduate, founder and startup mentor, Ayla Soutar rose to the challenge. Collaborating with local startup accelerator, BlueChilli, the 2017 Brisbane hackathon demanded contestants start from scratch […]
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Alumni

Anastasia on song for Swiss opera contract

International success beckons for Queensland Conservatorium graduate Anastasia Bickel. Mezzo-soprano Anastasia graduated from the Con in 2016 and recently signed a two-year contract with OperAvenir at Theatre Basel in Switzerland. She will make her professional European debut in La Traviata, and will also perform in iconic operas including Rossini’s La Cenerentola and Strauss’ Elektra. “This […]
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Arts Education Law

Nance wins New York Festival radio award

Journalist-in-residence Nance Haxton wins New York radio award.
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Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics

Changes to Griffith Business School executive

Griffith Business School has made two key appointments to its senior leadership team.
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Electron caught in the act

Australia’s fastest camera has revealed the time it takes for molecules to break apart. The experimental research, conducted by Griffith University’s Centre for Quantum Dynamics, aims to help in the design of new molecules for materials science or drug discovery. The Centre is the only place in the country to have the machine in its […]
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Features

Does the contraceptive pill alter an athlete’s performance?

Does the contraceptive pill alter a female athlete’s performance? This is the question posed by new research at Griffith University.
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Alumni

A ‘refugee’ beams life into cancer research

Griffith becomes a safe home for Syrian student
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Arts Education Law

A national amnesty will not rid Australia of violent gun crime

After 18 months of false starts, Australia is about to hold another gun amnesty for three months from July 1.
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Department of International Business and Asian Studies

Griffith lecturer Dr Tapan Sarker wins Queensland Day award

The senior staff member has been commended by Hon Leeanne Enoch for his community work.
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Cities Research Insitute

Beyond the city: misconceptions around Cross River Rail

Key benefits lie in places like Birkdale, Booval and Bald Hills, according to Associate Professor Matthew Burke.
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Features

Midwives leading the way in reducing domestic violence during pregnancy

Reducing domestic violence during pregnancy is just one of the School of Nursing and Midwifery good news studies up for discussion at the upcoming International Confederation of Midwives Triennial Congress.
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Arts Education Law

Essay the new norm for teaching students

From August 2017, prospective teaching students will be required to submit a 1000-word essay on why they want to teach before being accepted into Queensland universities.
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