Year 12 student has to be patient

News articles
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Gold Coast student Lee Shaw, is feeling pretty satisfied with his final year of school as he celebrates receiving an OP1. Lee of Saint Stephens College in Upper Coomera, is one of about 600 Queensland students to receive the top Overall Position (OP) in the state. “Yes, I am very pleased with my OP and […]

Hun Joon Kim – book formally accepted with Cornell University Press

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
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Dr Hun Joon Kim has had his book formally accepted by Cornell University Press.  The book is called The Massacres at Mt. Halla: Sixty Years of Truth-Seeking in South Korea, it’s about a series of mass killings that took place on Jeju Island in South Korea initially justified as counter-insurgency against Communist rebels, and the campaign […]

An inadequate sense of the impossible

Griffith Business School
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International business woman, Ms Thérèse Rein, was awarded a Doctor of the University by Chancellor Ms Leneen Forde AC at the Griffith graduation ceremony held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on Thursday 13 December. Ms Rein, wife of former Prime Ministe Mr Kevin Rudd, is the founder and Managing Director of Ingeus, an international […]

Burma: Eye’s on the Prize

Griffith Asia Institute
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Dr Andrew Selth write about the Awards given to Burma’s President Thein Sein in his article with The Interprester: Last Friday, Foreign Policy magazine named Burma’s President Thein Sein (pictured) and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi as the two top global thinkers for 2012. On the same day, Thein Sein was named Asian of […]