Call to tackle aggression in after-hours medicine following new Griffith study

Griffith Health
After hours doctors should take measures to protect themselves against experiencing aggression. 
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Alumni

A whole new world for Aladdin star

Musical theatre graduate Kimberley Hodgson feels like all her wishes have come true, after scoring a lead role in the national production of Aladdin.
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Alumni

Griffith filmmakers release Hollywood blockbuster

Griffith Film School graduates Peter and Michael Spierig have cemented their position in Hollywood with their latest feature, Winchester, which hits Australian cinemas this week. The identical twin directors, with fellow alumnus and producer Tim McGahan, unveiled their supernatural thriller to audiences in the US last month.
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Business and government

Call for public to have their say on lifting integrity in government

A Griffith expert is leading a new project to help fight Australia's slide down the global Corruption Perceptions Index.
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Features

Probiotic benefits for night shift workers

Improving the health of night shift workers with the use of probiotics is the focus of a new Griffith study.
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Alumni

Three of a kind

When Nick Woodhead starts at the Queensland Conservatorium next week, he will be following a family tradition. Nick's older brother Dominic graduated from the Bachelor of Musical Theatre in 2014, and his older sister Miriam is in her final year of the same degree.
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Australian Rivers Institute

New projects to support ecologically sustainable development in Northern Australia

Griffith expertise adds value to cross-institutional research.
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Alumni

Griffith musical theatre star rockets up the Billboard charts

Queensland Conservatorium musical theatre alumnus Ash Waterman has cracked the US Billboard charts with her debut single – scoring a top 20 position with her dance anthem Too Late. Ash recorded the track in Nashville, teaming up with Bryan Todd, a Grammy-nominated producer and songwriter who has worked with artists like Miley Cyrus and Snoop […]
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Business and government

Griffith Asia Institute ranked top university-affiliated regional studies centre in Australia

With a top-20 result worldwide.
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Griffith Sciences

Ancient ‘giant’ handaxes raise questions about mobility of prehistoric European populations

A Griffith researcher has helped date a significant archaeological find in Spain.
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Arts Education Law

All the world’s a stage for new acting students

This week marks the launch of Griffith University's new Bachelor of Acting, and the first intake of students can't wait to get started. Peter Irankunda said he was "head over heels" about being accepted into the course. "To think that I get to spend the next three years studying acting gets me excited," he said.
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Alumni

QCA grads nominated for top design award

Queensland College of Art graduates Neil Arnett and Troy Baverstock have been nominated for the Design Institute of Australia’s Queensland Graduate of the Year Award. The graduate designers submitted a portfolio of cutting-edge designs, ranging from a 3D printed prosthetic limb to a minimalist music system. Troy Baverstock, whose innovative limbU design was featured in Griffith’s […]
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Arts Education Law

Cautions serve youth better than courts

Sending children to court for relatively minor offences could actually do more harm than good.
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Arts Education Law

Spotlight on crime research

International and national researchers and policy-makers will gather in Brisbane for the fifth Applied Research in Crime and Justice Conference this week
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Features

Students stressed from work/study juggle, says Griffith study

More Australian students are working in part-time jobs than ever before, with potential negative effects to their study, health, and wellbeing.
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Arts Education Law

Summer school nurtures future Indigenous researchers

Does the traditional bush medicine Gumby Gumby actually work? What part does cultural safety play in physiotherapy graduates? How does the lack a birth certificate or registration affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander incarceration rates? These are just some of the research projects undertaken by 20 Indigenous students as part of the Kungullanji Indigenous Summer Research Symposium. […]
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Arts Education Law

Singing the key to improving life for Parkinson’s sufferers

Singing improves the lives of people living with Parkinson’s, according to an Australian-first study conducted by researchers from the Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre, Griffith University. More than 70 people from around Queensland participated in the ground-breaking Griffith University study that looked at how singing could improve the health and wellbeing of people with Parkinson’s.
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Arts Education Law

Every picture tells a story

Peter Thiedeke's passion for photography has taken him all around the world - from high fashion shoots in London and New York to exploring off the beaten track in South America, Spain and the Sahara.
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