Business student into Bloomberg Hall of Fame

Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
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Commerce student Peter Kell says he was shocked when he learned of his induction into the Bloomberg Institute Hall of Fame for September.  The final year student, with majors in economics and finance, was recognised in the highly competitive Asia and Pacific region ranking after completing the Bloomberg Aptitude Test. “I found out I had […]

‘Broken’ federal system needs leadership

Centre for Governance and Public Policy
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One of Australia’s leading constitutional lawyers has called on the new Abbott government to make federal reform a priority. Professor George Williams from the University of New South Wales says the absence of policies is now a major hindrance to Australia realising its federal potential. Professor Williams has also renewed a proposal to establish an […]

The Con goes to the USA

Queensland Conservatorium
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Students from Young Conservatorium and the State Honours Ensemble Program (SHEP) will represent Griffith University when they travel to Seattle to take part in the Western International Band Clinic this November. Born out of the Young Conservatorium and SHEP, the Pacific Honours Ensemble Program (PHEP) will see the finest students from both programs immersed in […]

Symposium plans for financial future

Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
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The emergence of financial planning and its increasing importance to the lives of Australians will be a central theme at the annual Personal Finance and Investment Symposium on Thursday (Oct 31). Griffith University will host the event at its South Bank campus, bringing together many of the country’s industry leaders and prominent academics researching in […]