Arts Education Law

Uncovering the hidden fabric of war

Twentieth century warfare was fueled by steel, gunpowder and ready food supplies. We can add wool to that list, according to Griffith Film School Professor Trish FitzSimons and visiting Fulbright Senior Scholar Madelyn Shaw. The pair are working on a new creative research project, The Fabric of War, that explores how the global wool trade […]
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Arts Education Law

Griffith showcases creative arts at Bleach* Festival

Griffith University will showcase work by creative arts students, alumni and faculty at Bleach* Festival over the next 10 days.
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Corporate

Everything you need to know ahead of Election 2019

Griffith has created a hub of expert analysis and digital resources to help voters get informed.
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Letting natural light in highlights benefits for workers

Favouring the use of natural light over office lighting saves costs, energy and supports mood and sleep. 
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Alumni

Griffith unveils musical masterpiece for Bleach* Festival

The centrepiece of the Bleach* Festival will be a blockbuster outdoor performance of Verdi’s Requiem, featuring students and alumni from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University.
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Alumni

Alumni event brings Canberra graduates together

Griffith University’s large alumni cohort living in Canberra came together to engage with their fellow alumni, hear news from their university, and see how they can get involved.
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Arts Education Law

Winning the war against online hate  

Leading international expert in online hate and extremism to present lecture at South Bank.
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Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution

Griffith dates bones of new human species found in Philippines

A Griffith University researcher has played a key role in the international multidisciplinary team that has discovered a new human species in a Philippines cave.   Professor Rainer Grün, Director of Griffith’s Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution (ARCHE), used uranium series analysis to date the teeth and bones from three small hominid individuals found in […]
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Griffith Health

First-time fathers needed for study on adjusting to parenthood

Griffith University researchers are studying postnatal depression in new fathers.
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Centre for Quantum Dynamics

Researchers develop quantum device to generate possible futures

Griffith's researchers construct a prototype quantum device that generates all possible futures in a simultaneous quantum superposition.
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News articles

Tighter gun laws not the only reform needed in New Zealand: Samara McPhedran

“I think that we can do a lot better, not just on the gun issue, but on many issues around social policy and crime and justice."
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Griffith Enterprise

Sustainable tourism for Indonesia in the spotlight

The Australia Awards in Indonesia’s Sustainable Tourism Development Short Term Award has been delivered by Griffith since 2015.
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Griffith International

Australia-Eastern Indonesia Tourism Forum gives insight into the future of sustainable and digital tourism

The forum comes as Griffith International welcomes a new cohort of leaders from the Indonesia tourism sector.
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Business and government

Free Griffith seminar to help public deal with the Tax Office

The event precedes the opening of the Logan campus’ Student Tax Clinics this July.
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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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Department of Business Strategy and Innovation

Bruce Djite scores Griffith University academic excellence award

As an elite football player, Bruce Djite never leaves anything out on the pitch. Maxims such as ‘finish the game with no what ifs’, and ‘leave no stone unturned’ have guided his approach to the game. The former Socceroo has taken the same approach to his Bachelor of Business degree at Griffith University and was […]
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Griffith School of Environment

‘Trapping young lad – PhD student key in discovery of new trapdoor spider species

Four new species of iconic spider found in Queensland.
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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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