Adrian joins Cambridge as an academic fellow

Department of Employment Relations and Human Resources
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Professor Adrian Wilkinson has been appointed as an academic fellow in a research centre at the University of Cambridge. He was inducted as a fellow into The Centre for International Human Resource Management, which is part of the Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge. Academic fellows are recognised as leaders in their field […]

Regional Outlook paper – ‘Building Ecological Chinese Cities’

Griffith Asia Institute
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By: Professor Kongjian Yu, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, and Founder and Dean of the Graduate School of Landscape Architecture, at Peking University. ‘Building Ecological Chinese Cities: The Need for a Big Foot Revolution’. China’s urbanisation has its genesis in footbinding, for more than 1,000 years a rite of urban initiation and urbanity for […]

Griffith University to visit Latin America in March & April 2011

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Guie Hartney, Regional Manager – Latin America, Griffith International, will be in Latin America in March. We would like to invite you meet with Guie by attending some of the following events: BRAZIL Porto Alegre city 22nd March contact: debora@latinoaustralia.br ECUADOR Guayaquil city 28th March contact: ralvarez@latinoaustralia.com Quito city 30 March – BECAS SENACYT contact: […]

New Griffith Health Centre to deliver on region’s changing health needs

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The unique and exciting opportunities associated with the Gold Coast’s multi-million dollar Health and Knowledge Precinct have been formally recognised. Professor Allan Cripps, Pro Vice Chancellor Health at Griffith University, and Michael Allsopp, acting CEO of the Gold Coast Health Service District, signed a memorandum of understanding at the Gold Coast Health and Medical Research […]

Support for Griffith Health Institute continues to rise

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Unique and ground-breaking research at the Griffith Health Institute has been bolstered by a $5.5 million increase in funding during the Institute’s first three years. Griffith Health Institute’s first annual report, published at the end of 2010, shows a 157 per cent increase in research income from $3.5 million in 2007 to $9 million in […]