Doing the business at Careers in Commerce

Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
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San Sisto College in Carina has taken out the $1000 first prize in a forensic investigation competition run by Griffith University. Year 11 and Year 12 students from three Brisbane schools took part in the CPA Australia-sponsored competition as part of Careers in Commerce Day, hosted by Griffith Business School at its Nathan campus. Mt […]

Federalism debate overlaid by ignorance

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
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Ignorance and defeatism are overshadowing the debate on federalism in Australia, a leading constitutional lawyer has told a Brisbane symposium. “When it comes to Australia’s system of government, the general community is, by and large, woefully ignorant,” Professor George Williams, University of New South Wales, said. “It is clear that the community knows little and […]

3D printing for a state of the art heart

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Griffith University student Kaecee Fitzgerald has her heart in her hands and the world at her feet. The 23-year-old designer of a model relating to the evolution of the human heart and created through the marvel that is 3D printing, Kaecee is becoming increasingly expert in a transformative technology being hailed by some as the catalyst […]

Mid-year Graduations Instagram Gallery 2013

Inside Griffith
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Congratulations to our Graduates! Share the special moments from the 2013 mid-year graduation ceremonies at the Gold Coast and Brisbane. Simply add  the hashtag #griffithgrads to your Instagram photos and we will feature them here. Brisbane & Logan combined graduation ceremonies. Tuesday 6th & Wednesday 7th  August 2013 at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre. […]

School’s in for teaching graduates

Arts Education Law
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Griffith University teaching graduates are poised to capitalise on impending changes within the education industry. Dean and Head of the School of Education and Professional Studies, Professor Donna Pendergast, said innovative teaching programs and an enhanced focus on in-demand subjects would ensure graduates were job-ready and ideally placed to make the transition into their first […]

Finnish honour for Griffith academic

Arts Education Law
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An esteemed institution from a nation ranked as a world leader in education is to honour Griffith University academic Professor Stephen Billett. As part of celebrations to mark 150 years of teacher education at Finland’s University of Jyvaskyla, Professor Billett has been awarded an Honorary Doctorate for his contribution to educational science. The Professor of […]