Kate earns her Masters the smart way

Business and government
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Despite not having higher education qualifications, a 30-year career across a wide range of business endeavours reaped dividends for Kate Crouch. And she wants other mature age students to know that it is possible to gain entry to a Griffith University postgraduate degree without undergraduate qualifications. “I had started a Bachelor of Business degree before […]

Remarkable Tales Podcast – Episode 1 – Women of the World

Arts Education Law
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  Welcome to the first episode of the new Griffith University podcast Remarkable Tales, produced by Walkley Award winning journalist Nance Haxton. Remarkable Tales will regularly highlight the impact of Griffith University in the wider community. This first episode highlights the involvement of Griffith in the global phenomenon of WOW – or the Women of […]

Griffith University shares impact of heritage conversations on local communities

Griffith Sciences
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Unlike many other industrialised centres around the world, Australia’s cities and towns are well-served by the laws and community goodwill which help protect our heritage architecture. And it’s this attention to conservation which Associate Professor Karine Dupre wants to impress upon those taking part in Griffith University’s latest online course ‘Cities of Yesterday, Today and […]

Harmony Week is for everyone at Griffith

Griffith College
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Harmony Day may fall on March 21 each year but at Griffith University there is a full week of activities celebrating our diverse range of culture and recognising and valuing diversity. March 21 is United Nations Day for Elimination of Racial Discrimination, and across Australia this is recognised and celebrated as National Harmony Day. The theme […]