Overseas experience crowns university return

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Losing her voice didn’t leave a sour taste in the mouth of Master of Human Services student Heather Wentworth. Instead the long-time primary school music teacher with a penchant for karaoke took stock of her situation and plotted a new career path that has her to India this week. She is among 22 Griffith University […]

100 Reasons revealed…

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Griffith University students have come clean – and it seems barbeques, brownies and life-long friends are some of what make the University a great place to be. Students were asked to nominate their favourite things about studying at Griffith as part of the University’s 100 Reasons campaign, launched recently to coincide with the upcoming second […]

New MBA graduate taking on the world

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MBA graduate, Peter Geale, was offered a global marketing position with an award winning IT company, even before he had graduated. While that may seem remarkable enough, the job offer came from a fellow MBA student, just moments after they had given a joint class presentation. MBA graduate, Peter Geale, was offered a global marketing […]

Fast track to a successful career

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Second and third year Griffith students, across all disciplines, now have the opportunity to fast track their career with a new course of applied study being offered in partnership with Deloitte Australia. Innovation Practicum (5920GIH) is a 12 week program, in which multi-disciplinary teams of students develop a business concept as part of Deloitte’s globally […]

Moreton Bay ecosystem still at risk

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No-fishing zones implemented to protect the Moreton Bay ecosystem have proven their worth in light of last year’s flooding however the coral reefs and seagrass habitats are still at risk. This is according to ongoing research by scientists at Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute. In partnership with the Department of Environment and Resource Management, flood […]

Dale values nursing route to doctor’s life

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Monday morning and the first day on the job had a hint of déjà vu for Brisbane’s Dale Currey. The 25-year-old Griffith University School of Medicine graduate was among 40 interns starting life as a doctor at Logan Hospital, but her surroundings were not entirely unfamiliar. Dale previously worked as an emergency nurse at Logan […]

Scholarship prestige for engineering student

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Getting hands-on practical experience in the world of civil engineering is just one of the benefits for Griffith Uni student Rebecca Petersen, after receiving a Gold Coast City Council Engineering Scholarship. The Bachelor of Engineering student who is about to enter her second year of study, was awarded the $25,000 scholarship at the end of […]