Arts Education Law

Griffith animation student wins top UK design prize

Griffith Film School animation student Julen Goñi named the joint winner in the Moving Pictures category at RSA 2019 Student Design Awards.
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Business and government

SAB Scholarship Will Help Student Achieve Postgraduate Dream

Robyn Lock, winner of the Griffith Business School Strategic Advisory Board Scholarship, says her win will help take the pressure off as she heads towards doing her MBA.  
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Griffith School of Environment and Science

Griffith produces more quality Physical Sciences research – Nature Index

The volume of Griffith University's quality research in Physical Sciences increased in the three years to 2018.
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Business and government

Candice and other emerging leaders ready to tackle today’s urban challenges at 2019APCS

Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of International Business student Candice Noring is fired up ahead of the 2019 Asia Pacific Cities Summit and Mayors’ Forum.
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Arts Education Law

English-Samoan bilingual kindy connects kids to culture 

An English-Samoan bi-lingual kindergarten in Logan has proven successful in connecting young children with their heritage language and culture.  
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Engineering, IT and aviation

Research highlights potential solutions to looming solar panel waste crisis

Griffith engineers examine barriers to managing solar panel waste and how to improve it.
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Alumni

Griffith graduate debuts at Milan Design Week

Queensland College of Art graduate CJ Anderson recently made his debut at the renowned Milan Design Week.
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Alumni

Griffith film students get hands-on experience with industry internship

Griffith Film School alumnus Ryan Miller is collaborating with Griffith on a new 12-week internship for Masters students.
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Business and government

Commonwealth Games: good for the Gold Coast, bad for business

New Griffith research examines local business opinion about the Commonwealth Games, 12 months on.
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Alumni

Griffith filmmakers connect with global audience online

Griffith Film School students and alumni are successfully plunging into the brave new world of online content, generating millions of views globally.
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Alumni

Animation alumni sell hit show to Disney

Griffith Film School animation alumni have launched their hit series Bluey on the world stage, with the first two seasons to screen internationally on Disney Junior and Disney+.
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Australian Institute for Suicide Research and Prevention

Griffith researchers awarded $5 million grant to help children’s mental wellbeing

Griffith University researchers leading a project to develop an online platform giving young people access to tailored mental health information and support.
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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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Australian Rivers Institute

Novel method assesses chemical impact on marine life

Chemical exposure to tissue samples tests toxicity in marine wildlife without harming animals.
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Arts Education Law

Musical theatre students prepare for epic production of Les Misérables

Love, redemption, revolution...Griffith's musical theatre students are gearing up for their mainstage show - a blockbuster production of Les Misérables.
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Business and government

Symposium explores climate impact on health, attitudes and environment

One-day event examines broad impacts of climate change during Climate Week QLD 2019.  
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Arts Education Law

Griffith students recreate Australia’s best-loved artworks

Students from the Queensland College of Art have had the chance to recreate Australia's greatest masterpieces thanks to an exclusive opportunity at the Queensland Art Gallery.
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Arts Education Law

Bridging the Gap: Transitioning From Adolescence To Adulthood With ASD

The Griffith University Art Museum is currently hosting Keg de Souza’s exhibition Common Knowledge and Learning Curves, which stems from de Souza’s ongoing interest in the ways we teach and learn. Specifically, this exhibition seeks to break down hierarchies in typical education, and favour the experience of those who are often marginalised by mainstream schooling. […]
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