Griffith ends Games partnership on a highAlumni
The Gold Coast saved its best for last as the 2018 Commonwealth Games came to a captivating end with the staging of the marathon on the final day of competition.
New treatment for a common wrist injuryEngineering and Education Alliance (GCORE)
Groundbreaking bioengineering and 3D printing technology at Griffith is creating hope for sufferers of Scapholunate Interosseous Ligament (SLIL) injury, the most common of wrist ligament injuries.
Based in Beirut, Griffith University graduate Vanessa Newby offers rare insight in a book examining the day-to-day challenges facing United Nations peacekeepers in Lebanon.
For Bachelor of Popular Music graduate Eugene Nesci, the success of the video game Devil Daggers is a validation of his skills and a reward for dedication
‘Plagues, Pestilence and Pandemics: Are You Ready?’ is open for enrolment now and enables learners to explore the current and emerging threat of global health pandemics and how we can respond to them effectively.
For three hectic weeks – around 40 Griffith University students had an opportunity that many reporters would envy – having access to and reporting on the Commonwealth Games at the Gold Coast. Based from a pop-up newsroom at the Gold Coast campus for the duration of the Games, journalism, photography and public relations students were […]
Business and government
“The North Koreans ... demonstrated actually that they recognise that they might need the Chinese."
Arts Education Law
When so much of today’s world is digital why are small, rural book towns in Europe, Australia and across the globe flourishing?
Compounds Australia has announced that it has finalised the purchase of the state-of-the-art Hamilton Verso M3 automated compound storage system.
Griffith School of Environment
Griffith University’s Professor Cordia Chu from the School of Environment and the School of Medicine has been awarded a Special Commendation for Excellence in Graduate Supervision at the annual Australian Council of Graduate Research (ACGR) Awards, held in Adelaide on Monday night. Professor Chu was one of two recipients of the special commendation chosen from a […]
Environment, planning and architecture
Our coral reefs are feeling the heat - and new research has found that corals are making ‘cloud umbrellas’ to stay cool.
Queensland College of Art alumnus Adam Ferguson has scooped two of the world's most prestigious photography prizes for his striking portraits of Nigerian girls recruited as suicide bombers by Boko Haram. Adam was named Photographer of the Year at the Pictures of the Year International competition and took out top prize in the People and Stories category of the World Press Photo awards for the series of images commissioned by The New York Times.
Providing industry relevant employment for Griffith Health students is the aim when Griffith will again team up with WorkAbility Queensland in a Jobs Roadshow.
Australian researchers seeking QLD volunteers for nation’s largest ever ‘Genetics of Stuttering Study’
Who won what medals in what sports.
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Bachelor of Paramedicine student Louise Richardson was just one of the trainee medics who were lucky enough to get some real world career experience at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games this April.
A documentary produced by Queensland College of Art alumnus has fought off competition from multi-million dollar feature films such as Sweet Country and The Butterfly Tree to win the Best Sound Design Award in the inaugural OzFlix Independent Film Awards.
Business and government
A Griffith University elective course allows postgraduate students to better their understanding of international business practices during an Asia Pacific tour.