Remarkable generosity as Annual Appeal tops $100,000Alumni
For the first time, Griffith University’s Annual Appeal has topped $100,000 in donations. The record-breaking mark was reached this week, less than two months after the 2017 appeal was launched. And with the appeal running until the end of the year, the amount already raised guarantees the provision of 40 Griffith Futures Scholarships for students […]
A brave new worldAlumni
Griffith Film School grads are taking the plunge into the brave new world of online content. It’s not all cat videos and viral home movies – the web is now a legitimate platform for young filmmakers who are attracting large audiences and scooping up awards. Fresh, funny and irreverent Griffith Film School graduate Connor McDuff is […]
Griffith grads take Cannes by stormAlumni
Eight student films from Griffith Film School will screen at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival this year.
For the next 10 years, the Russell Trood Prize for International Relations will support high-achieving Griffith Business School students and honour the memory of the former Director of the Griffith Asia Institute, Professor Russell Trood
Hong Kong competition exposes students to networking opportunities with top alumni and businesses.
Five graduates are in line for the prestigious magazine awards celebrating women in the workplace.
Arts Education Law
An internship with the Brisbane Roar’s women’s team was the perfect cap to Griffith University graduate Gabrielle Brown’s double degree.
The group are the first Griffith board to offer this form of philanthropic support.
The double degree graduate was one of only 11 to be hired by the Inchcape group in 2017.
When the international hacker community Angelhack decided to launch in Australia, they also decided to ramp up the expectations by partnering with the team from the CityConnect accelerator. Griffith graduate, founder and startup mentor, Ayla Soutar rose to the challenge. Collaborating with local startup accelerator, BlueChilli, the 2017 Brisbane hackathon demanded contestants start from scratch […]
Business and government
Joshua Murchie is a name to watch in the business and entrepreneurship space.
A Griffith Film School graduate has won the prestigious Palme D’Or for best short film at the 70th Cannes Film Festival.
Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
Rachelle St Leger was determined to give students the same work experience and support she received.
Griffith Film School is throwing open its doors to the public this month for a blockbuster Masters showcase. Film buffs can enjoy a series of free workshops and panel discussions, including a directing masterclass with renowned US filmmaker and educator Mark Travis. Mark has directed several features, and acted as a creative consultant on films […]
The Bachelor of Business and Law student reveals his secrets to living and working overseas.
Griffith alumnus shares his secrets to becoming a successful entrepreneur.
Arts Education Law
Griffith University Italian student Claudia Espinoza recently returned from Italy where she spent time working at a primary school (the Convitto Nazionale Paolo Diacono) as part of the Griffith mobility program.