Griffith seals first rugby sevens title win

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AON Series heats up with three team at the top
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Nature Index names Griffith a 2018 Rising Star

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Significant recognition for societal impact of work by Griffith researchers.
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Alumni

Alumni should be role models for younger lawyers

There has never been a more important time for lawyers to be leaders and role models for their younger counterparts entering the profession, said the Honourable Justice Andrew Greenwood in his recent address to Griffith Law School alumni at the Commonwealth Law Courts in Brisbane. “One of the most significant set of challenges now facing […]
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Julianne Schultz appointed as Professor of Media and Culture

What Do We Want To Be When We Grow Up?
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Griffith goes for hometown gold in AON 7s

Squad's depth can lead to further success.
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Film graduates nominated for ATOM Awards

Griffith Film School has been recognised for its excellence in the creative arts, with six nominations at this year’s Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) awards.
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Guardians key in reducing sexual offences against women

Guardians are instrumental in helping to prevent sexual offending against women a new Griffith University study has found.
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Law Futures Centre

Australia needs a drought policy for the 21st century

By Professor Poh-Ling Tan Griffith Law School In August 2019, Scott Morrison, the country’s new Prime Minister has made “a national response to drought” his priority, and has done so by appointing Barnaby Joyce a new special envoy for drought assistance and recovery.  Many Australians would like to know whether Australia has a policy for managing drought […]
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Turning trash into treasure a swell idea

Queensland College of Art student Ronda Sharpe enlisted the help of Griffith University's IT team to help create her entry for this year's Swell Sculpture Festival - using hundreds of old data cables to create part of a stunning collaborative work.
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Griffith students in the medals at world rowing championships

Two Griffith University students have picked up medals representing Australia at the 2018 World Rowing Championships in Bulgaria. Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice student, Molly Goodman, competed with the Australian Women’s Four which held off a late challenge from the Russians to win silver behind the United States. Bachelor of Business student, Georgie Gotch, […]
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The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO officially opens Australia’s most comprehensive exhibition of art pottery

A record crowd attended the opening of With Heart and Hand: Art Pottery in Queensland 1900–1950 at Griffith University Art Museum, South Bank. Featuring over 170 objects, the exhibition is based around the work of pioneering artist Lewis Jarvis (L.J.) Harvey, his students, and the distinctive style that became a hallmark of what is known […]
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Academics deliver disaster training in Mongolia

Two Griffith academics are in Mongolia delivering training to multi-casualty and disaster training to more than 60 doctors and nurses across the province.
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Griffith girls take to world-class stage

Opportunity knocks on sporting and academic fronts.
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Alumni

Art alumnus takes out national award

Queensland College of Art alumnus Madeleine Kelly has won the $25,000 Sunshine Coast Art Prize for her stunning abstract work, Allowable Forms and Unconscious Facts. The Sunshine Coast Art Prize is a national contemporary acquisitive award presented by Sunshine Coast Council. The award is open to any artist who is an Australian resident, working in a 2D medium.
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Hard work and passion pays off for new teacher

"There is absolutely no job in the world that could possibly be better than what I get to do every day,'' says education graduate Jessi Rankin.
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Law Futures Centre

How do judges know how the world works?

By Dr Kylie Burns Deputy Head of Learning and Teaching Griffith University When judges decide cases they typically are thought to strictly apply legal principles to ‘facts’ which are presented as evidence in a hearing or trial. For example, how fast was a car going before a collision? What did the defendant do when they became […]
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Domestic violence victim/survivors access to social security dependent on income and assets of perpetrator

By Dr Lyndal Sleep Research Fellow Law Futures Centre If you are in an abusive situation or know someone who is, call 1800 RESPECT. If it is an emergency call 000. You can also call lifeline on 13 11 14 or contact the Safe Futures Foundation. Access to social security resources is vital to many […]
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Trio of Griffith students to row at world championships

Support of Sports College important to world-class athletes.
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