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The Star has success with Griffith recruitment partnership

The hospitality and tourism giant sees Griffith Business School as an industry leader.
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New app connects music lovers to artists and venues

There's a certain thrill that comes from discovering an incredible local band, away from the mainstream media and Top 40 countdowns.
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Honours student awarded best poster at AIEC conference

The e-poster discussed the current research referencing the relationship between student retention and mobility
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Murphy’s lore: fate, family and fortitude behind brothers’ banter

Behind their brotherly banter, Griffith University graduates Jack and Aaron Murphy have an inspiring story to tell about fate, family and fortitude.
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Take a peek inside the Commonwealth Games Village ahead of Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games

City of Gold Coast Libraries launches Inside Scoop series
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GBS prize honours memory of the late Professor Russell Trood

For the next 10 years, the Russell Trood Prize for International Relations will support high-achieving Griffith Business School students and honour the memory of the former Director of the Griffith Asia Institute, Professor Russell Trood
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Ground-breaking virtual reality initiative nominated for education award

Experience Blurred Minds in Brisbane this week.
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Alumnus Barry changing future on medical devices

A passion for Australian innovation and manufacturing has seen Griffith University alumnus Barry Thomas lead positive change in the medical device industry, especially in the Asia-Pacific
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Top tips to get the most out of an internship

Internships are a great way to gain valuable industry experience while you complete your degree. At Griffith, each academic area manages targeted work-integrated learning opportunities to ensure students receive appropriate course credits for their efforts. Here, two of our Workplace-Integrated Learning (WIL) program managers share their top tips on making an internship work for you. Don’t get […]
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Sarah Schoeller talks entrepreneurship ahead of Cosmopolitan awards

Five graduates are in line for the prestigious magazine awards celebrating women in the workplace.
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Alumni entrepreneurs nominated for 2017 Cosmopolitan awards

Congratulations to Griffith alumni nominated for Cosmopolitan's 2017 Women of the Year awards
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Business student turns producer for RAW performance

Lessons of event management to be implemented at Metro Arts
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Developing an entrepreneurial mindset

How do you know if you have a good idea for a new business? That’s the challenge Dr Julienne Senyard from Griffith Business School sets for the students in her Entrepreneurship and New Business Ventures course. “If you think of entrepreneurship as a process, where people complete a number of steps to realise their idea, […]
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Five minutes with…Adrian Wilkinson

Professor Adrian Wilkinson is the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s long-serving (foundation) Director. He’s a pretty darn good captain of the WOW-ship with his ‘open door’ style and keen interest in seeing workers’ voices not fall on deaf ears, so we spent five minutes with Adrian (because it looks like that’s all he’ll have […]
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Core human principles just as important as brand values

Bruce Highfield, the Executive General Manager of Human Resources and Safety at Olam International will join UnitingCare Queensland’s Shannon Foley and the Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing’s Dr Rebecca Loudoun for a special panel discussion on the importance of organisational values in the recruitment and management of employees. Those in attendance will hear about a […]
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How a backup plan can lead to your dream career

Set backs are an inevitable part of life, but Associate Professor Ruth McPhail, from Griffith Business School believes that not getting what you want can actually lead to your dream career. “I think we are conditioned so that when our expectations are not met, it bothers us, we see it as a negative. But sometimes, […]
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Exciting India learning experience on offer

Griffith students encouraged to take part in overseas field trip.
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