Literacy strikes success in Logan schools

Features
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A Griffith University reading education program has doubled the number of Logan students represented in the top 20 per cent of achievement in Queensland State Schools.Griffith University education researchers, in conjunction with the Department of Education, Training and Employment, have developed an innovative program for teaching reading that has been implemented in four Logan schools. […]

More jobs for environmental health officers

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Finding rancid prawns and twelve week old cheese in restaurant fridges is all in a day’s work for Courtney King, but luckily she says she has a cast iron stomach. Finding rancid prawns and twelve week old cheese in restaurant fridges is all in a day’s work for Courtney King, but luckily she says she […]

The right chemistry for Her Majesty

Griffith School of Environment
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Emeritus Professor Des Connell of the Griffith School of Environment has been honoured with the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the 2012 Queen’s Honours List. Professor Connell was recognised for his outstanding contribution to environmental chemistry, university education, and environmental risk assessments across Australia and beyond. He has played a major role […]

Master class hits the mark with relevance

Griffith Business School
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In what amounted to a master class in the generation of customer loyalty, world-renowned executive educator Peter Wilton brought a wealth of international knowledge, unrivalled global experience and compelling charisma to Griffith University. A native of Adelaide and former resident of Brisbane, Dr Wilton (pictured) was in Queensland for the first in a series of […]

Floods Commission misses chance

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The Queensland Floods Commission of Inquiry was today labelled ___a missed opportunity___ by an adjunct professor at Griffith University’s School of Government and International Relations. Professor Jim McGowan (AM) says governments should approach disaster management as they do counter-terrorism, where resources are channelled into preparation and prevention. “Natural disasters in Australia are inevitable, yet the […]

Griffith to attend Study Options EXPO in the UK, 11-15 June 2012

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Meet Chanelle Baker – Regional Director for Europe, along with some of our fantastic Griffith Alumni and current Griffith Exchange students will be representing Griffith University and GELI at the upcoming Study Options Expo Events which will take place in Scotland England 11-15 June 2012. Meet Chanelle Baker – Regional Director for Europe, along with […]

Griffith to attend Study Options EXPO in the UK, 11-15 June 2012

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Meet Chanelle Baker – Regional Director for Europe, along with some of our fantastic Griffith Alumni and current Griffith Exchange students will be representing Griffith University and GELI at the upcoming Study Options Expo Events which will take place in Scotland England 11-15 June 2012. STUDY OPTIONS EXPO Events: 11-15 June Edinburgh Monday 11th June […]