Arts Education Law

Griffith artists go global

Queensland College of Art students are among the first in Australia to embark on a new creative arts and design exchange to Indonesia. The Australian Consortium for In-Country Indonesian Studies (ACICIS) is piloting a new national program, which attracted more than 100 students from across Australia.
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Features

Griffith Health First Peoples Health Plan launched

Closing the gap in health outcomes between Australia’s First Peoples and other Australians is the aim of the Griffith Health First Peoples Health Plan 2016-2022.
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Arts Education Law

Commencing law students experience the courtroom in first week

Over 200 first year law students packed the gallery of the Banco Court at the Brisbane Supreme and District Courts for their first week at the Griffith Law School.
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Alumni

Elizabeth is breaking barriers in Lebanon

Griffith University graduate Elizabeth Kassab Sfeir is defying patriarchal convention as she forges an impressive career in tertiary education in Lebanon
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Business and government

New scholarship links students with international logistics

Supply chain management leader links with Griffith Business School.
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Griffith Enterprise

Studio 39 backing Gold Coast student startups

Student entrepreneurship is building at Griffith and Studio 39, the University’s startup hatchery on the Gold Coast campus, will be having a very busy 2017. The Studio is part of Griffith Enterprise (GE) who have been working with students hoping to develop the next Twitter, Canva or Fitbit rather than a job or career. In […]
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Domestic Violence

Teresa Bradford: An inspiration to others in nursing

Teresa Bradford was genuine, understanding, compassionate and inspirational.
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Alumni

Mongolia a giant ‘steppe’ for ecologist Emma

Saturday, 11 February, is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. Meet Griffith science graduate Emma Dale, whose work as an ecologist in Nepal and Mongolia is having a positive impact in preserving and protecting endangered wildlife
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Alumni

Griffith filmmakers selected for Berlinale

A trio of Griffith filmmakers are off to the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival with their graduate documentary, Wolfe. Wolfe is a short documentary from producer/director Claire Randall, who studied Film and Screen Media at Griffith Film School. The film was motivated by her own encounter with mental illness as a teenager. It uses interviews and animation to explore a young man’s journey through adolescence with undiagnosed schizophrenia, and his relationship with an imaginary friend, Mister Wolfe.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith filmmakers produce ad campaign for RSPCA

They say never work with children or animals – advice Griffith Film School students disregarded when they shot a cinema advertising campaign for the RSPCA. The assignment was part of a second year subject called Industry Engagement, which pairs up young filmmakers with local charities. A group of six students was chosen to work on a cinema advertising campaign to promote the RSPCA’s ‘Adopt for life’ message.
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Arts Education Law

Women’s AFL under research spotlight

Griffith researcher Adele Pavlidis is researching women's AFL as part of a project on the long-term sustainability of women's sport at the grassroots and professional levels.
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Alumni

Goondiwindi students enjoy Griffith, city stay

Goondiwindi secondary students have enjoyed the transition from country to city as a visit to Griffith University provided invaluable insight into campus and Gold Coast life
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Arts Education Law

Researcher helps disaster planning in Mongolia

While Queensland sweltered in a heat wave, Griffith University disaster expert Dr Hamish McLean tackled minus 30 degree temperatures in remote Mongolia to help the country’s health services.
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Corporate

The remarkable scientist making new life connections

Alan Mackay-Sim is a world-renowned trailblazer in cell transplantation, paving the way for innovative research on repairing damaged spinal cords to return the gift of movement to paralysed people.
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Arts Education Law

Vice Chancellor awarded Gold Coast Citizen of the Year

The Gold Coast Citizen of the Year title has been awarded to Griffith University Vice Chancellor and President Professor Ian O'Connor
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Asia Pacific Centre for Sustainable Enterprise

Tribute to Professor Russell Trood

Professor Russell Trood, a former Senator and academic leader at Griffith University, has died after a long battle with cancer.
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Griffith Sciences

Forensics research helps repatriate soldiers

Research by a trio of Griffith University Forensic Science students is helping the Australian Army preserve, identify and repatriate the remains of soldiers from historic battlefields and modern-day combat zones. Jasmine Connell, 21, Andrew Ghaiyed, 26, and Kyle James, 22, received grants from the Australian Army to conduct forensic science research that will assist the […]
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Alumni

EcoCentre to host sustainability leadership program validated by Harvard centre

A renowned sustainability program validated by Harvard University's Center for Health and the Global Environment will bring influential Australians from across many sectors to the Griffith University EcoCentre in 2018
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