Arts Education Law

Partnership to chart Queensland’s Pacific linkages

A new partnership between Griffith University and the University of Queensland will showcase Queensland’s extensive Pacific research expertise.
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Arts Education Law

Online learning comes to life on the court

Former Olympic star thrives on digital campus
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Arts Education Law

‘Stop orphanage tourism’ urges Griffith Law lecturer

Griffith Law School lecturer Kate van Doore has used her keynote speech at the Trust Conference to encourage others to put an end to ‘orphanage tourism’.
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Law Futures Centre

Are professions merely a set of outcomes? Where Susskind got it wrong.

By Professor John Flood Professor of Law and Society Griffith Law School Richard Susskind has recently published a short paper arguing people don’t want professionals, they want solutions and answers. The paper then criticises professions for being more concerned with themselves than the people they serve. All in all, there is little wrong with this […]
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Arts Education Law

Griffith experts to prepare Human Rights Bill submission

Griffith’s law experts will meet next week to discuss the impact of the proposed Human Rights Act in Queensland.
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Arts Education Law

Condon forecasts bright future for next generation of journalists

Award-winning novelist and journalist Matthew Condon has joined Griffith’s School of Humanities, Languages and Social Sciences as journalist-in-residence.
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Arts Education Law

Dr Taeko Imura wins 2018 Teacher of the Year

Japanese lecturer Dr Taeko Imura has won the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Griffith University Teacher of the Year.
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Arts Education Law

Photography lecturer recognised for work in Cambodia

For Griffith students studying abroad, the destination isn't a place, but a new way of seeing things. One of the university's most successful short-term mobility programs is the annual photography in-field trip to Cambodia, where students spend time on assignment with local NGOs to capture the country's untold stories. Queensland College of Art Photography Program Director Dr Heather Faulkner has been recognised with a Griffith Internationalisation Award for her leadership of the program over the past eight years.
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Law Futures Centre

Griffith Law School academics welcome Qld’s Human Rights Act

Griffith Law School academics welcome Queensland’s Human Rights Act Bill and are available for comment  Associate Professor Sue Harris-Rimmer, Australian Research Council Future Fellow says: “This is an important bill for Queensland, especially remote and regional Queensland. This bill will focus on equity for all Queenslanders in access to government services.” Professor Penelope Mathew is a […]
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Alumni

A star is born

Griffith opera student Xenia Puskarz Thomas has won a national scholarship that will allow her to study in New York with mentors at the Metropolitan Opera and Juilliard.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith law student boards the Ship for World Youth

Griffith Law student Lachlan Ryan will set sail next year after being selected to represent Australia alongside 12 other delegates for a unique international exchange funded by the Japanese Government.
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Law Futures Centre

Regulating Animal Protection: The Impetus for Reform

By Dr Steven White Griffith Law School Issues of animal protection continue to command significant attention in a crowded national policy and political agenda. The harm experienced by animals exported live to south-east Asia and the Middle East is regularly highlighted in investigative exposés, most recently in April of this year when 60 Minutes screened […]
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Law Futures Centre

The Olympics for South East Queensland? Thinking more deeply about infrastructure and legacy

By Associate Professor Sue Harris-Rimmer Griffith Law School South-east Queensland (SEQ) has just hosted the Commonwealth Games and is preparing to bid for the 2032 Olympic Games.  As a successful bid brings the potential of spending around $12 billion of taxpayers’ money, Susan Harris Rimmer asks whether SEQ can think harder about human rights and […]
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Arts Education Law

Griffith celebrates rugby sevens success

Shannon Parry Award goes to Charlotte Kennington
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Arts Education Law

Humanities graduates have an edge in knowledge economy

Humanities graduates possess a unique set of transferable skills, are capable of working across disciplines and adept at finding solutions to complex problems. “A humanities degree has two great values. First, it gives students a deeper understanding of society, culture and people and develops the skills needed to thrive in an ever-changing global environment,’’ says […]
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Arts Education Law

Griffith alumnus wins prestigious teaching award

Griffith education alumnus Natalie Harris has won the Queensland College of Teachers Excellence in Teaching Award for her work in inspiring young girls in science and technology.
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Arts Education Law

QCA showcases graduating talent

The Queensland College of Art Graduate Exhibitions are a must-see for art lovers on the lookout for the “next big thing”. The Queensland College of Art will open its doors to the public this week for a series of exhibitions featuring the work of its graduating students. The annual QCA Showcase will take over the South Bank […]
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Alumni

Griffith partners with Bleach Festival

Griffith University has signed a three-year partnership deal with Bleach* Festival – the Gold Coast’s premiere arts and culture event. The centrepiece of next year’s festival will be a blockbuster outdoor performance of Verdi’s Requiem, featuring students from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Talented musicians from the Queensland Conservatorium Symphony Orchestra will work alongside a […]
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