Griffith medicine grad named Queensland’s 2018 Rhodes Scholar

Alumni
Improving the human condition by reducing health inequality is the goal for Dr Elizabeth Hamilton, a Griffith Medicine graduate just announced as this year's 2018 Rhodes Scholar.
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Arts Education Law

Amazing Grace snares national percussion prize

Queensland Conservatorium student Grace Kruger has won Australia’s most prestigious percussion prize – the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra Snare Drum Award.
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Griffith Health

How education changed my life

Education is often described as transformational. For Peter Avetisoff, it has been a big part of his recovery from a drug addiction that lasted 15 years. Now a Griffith Honours College student studying a Bachelor of Counselling, Peter says it is hard to reconcile the person he is today and the person he was six […]
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Alumni

Griffith economics grad banks a role at RBA

For Griffith economics graduate Lorenzo Schofer, securing a dream job at the Reserve Bank of Australia was the culmination of a decade long banking journey
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Aviation

Aviation Flight Camp puts students in the pilot seat

High school students take to the skies alongside Qantas, Airbus and Royal Flying Doctor Service.
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Business and government

Team Griffith takes third place in Eurasia Asset Management Challenge

Business students Tanner Noakes and Alex Byrne were the only Australian students to reach the global finals.
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Griffith Honours College

FarmCube to produce positive social change

A vertical modular farming system could generate meaningful job opportunities while helping to solve issues such as world hunger and climate change.   That’s the idea behind FarmCube, a concept a team of Griffith undergraduate students recently took to San Francisco to represent the University at the regional finals of the 2019 Hult Prize Challenge.       The Hult Prize Challenge is an annual competition that […]
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Alumni

Scholarships generate opportunity

Griffith Futures Scholarship recipient and recent graduate, Zakarye Dib, reflects on the gift of education and starting a new career.
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Arts Education Law

Four students named New Colombo Plan scholars for 2019

Griffith pedigree confirmed with quality of successful students
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Arts Education Law

Meet our New Colombo Plan scholars for 2019

Four Griffith students named at prestigious event in Canberra
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Griffith Honours College

Griffith reaps more than $1.1 million in federal funding for 2019 New Colombo Plan projects

More than 200 students will benefit from new opportunities across the Asia-Pacific.
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Alumni

Emma Dale: On the trail of the Red Panda

Griffith University alumnus Emma Dale knows a thing or two about the wild animals wolves, marmots, wild horses, red pandas and bears. Her work has seen here awarded was awarded the prestigious John Monash scholarship to attend the University of Oxford where she will study the behavioural ecology of carnivores with a focus on conservation and preservation.
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Arts Education Law

Fulbright fellow creates art for the digital age

As a Fulbright fellow, Dr Jason Nelson has joined the ranks of Nobel laureates, Pulitzer Prize winners and heads of state. The American-born Queensland College of Art  digital art lecturer undertook his fellowship at the University of Bergen in Norway.
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Alumni

Prestigious Cambridge scholarships for engineering and law alumni

Two Griffith University alumni have been awarded prestigious scholarships at the University of Cambridge. Raymond Siems has been awarded the Cambridge Australia Davis McCaughey Scholarship, allowing him to commence a Masters in Engineering for Sustainable Development, while  Stevie Martin has been awarded the Cambridge Australia Fulton Scholarship, allowing her to commence a PhD in Legal Studies. Both […]
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Alumni

Cambridge scholarship goes to plan for Ethan

Griffith planning graduate Ethan Bowering has been awarded the Cambridge Australia A P Platt Scholarship and will soon join England's feted University of Cambridge to complete a Master of Public Policy
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Griffith Honours College

Fellowships further lifelong love of music

Two Queensland Conservatorium alumni will soon travel across the globe to further their passion for research after receiving $20,000 Queensland Churchill Fellowships. Saxophonist and school teacher, Andrew Butt, will spend time in Chicago, Seattle and New York to investigate the journey of jazz education from high school through to professional performance, while Brieley Cutting will […]
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