Criminology student leads by example

School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
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A criminology student has explored leadership based on faith and values at a recent forum in Canberra. Criminology and Criminal Justice student Jade Pereira attended the 2014 National Student Leadership Forum with almost 300 young people from Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. Jade was sponsored by the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice […]

Future looks bright for oboe, bassoon, viola and cello

Queensland Conservatorium
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The brightest of the Queensland Conservatorium’s new students can now receive a financial boost at the start of their studies from next year. New bursaries worth up to $10,000 are available to new Queensland Conservatorium students who start studying oboe, bassoon, viola and cello from 2015. The Nora Baird Memorial Fund provides one $10,000 bursary […]

SEED takes over the city

Griffith Enterprise
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Brisbane’s top emerging musicians are taking over Brisbane this weekend. Griffith University’s Queensland Conservatorium Popular Music students will perform throughout the Queen Street Mall as part of The City Sounds from Friday 3 October to Sunday 5 October. In a huge line-up, the free performances showcase the talents of independent emerging artists from the Conservatorium. […]

Gaining first-hand insight into criminology careers

School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
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Final year criminology student Tailor Holst is getting a first-hand look at how criminology agencies work together through experience in the field. As part of her work placement with the Logan City Council’s Safety Team, Tailor has been researching the links between media and perceptions of crime, and how communities can address attitudes toward safety. […]

Break into criminology this Open Day

School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
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Learn how to break into a career in crime at Griffith’s Open Day this Sunday. Hear what criminology is, and what kinds of careers a criminology degree can lead to during special presentations throughout the day. Prospective students, their families and friends can explore our campuses and talk to students and staff at Griffith campuses […]

Look inside the Queensland Conservatorium on Open Day

Queensland Conservatorium
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Insight into the rehearsal process of Queensland Conservatorium’s upcoming opera is one of the highlights on offer during Open Day next Sunday. Prospective students, their families and friends can experience what it would be like to study at the Conservatorium’s South Bank and Gold Coast campuses from 9.00am – 2.00pm on Sunday 10 August. At […]

Using data to analyse crime

School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
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Monitoring patterns of crime with world class information systems is putting day-to-day decision making in Chile ahead of countries like Australia according to Senior Lecturer Dr Michael Townsley. Senior lecturer Dr Townsley said he was impressed with the standard of analysis and operation of policing in Chile. “They have invested heavily in a world class […]