Cross-cultural research takes Niels to EU forum

Alumni
Dr Niels Kraaier's PhD study of government communications in Australia and the Netherlands has resulted in an invitation to a major diplomatic event, the EU-Australia Leadership Forum
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Alumni

Griffith Film School takes home ATOM double

Griffith Film School has been lauded for its continued outstanding excellence in the creative arts with two major wins at this year’s Australian Teachers of Media (ATOM) awards.
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Business and government

Six Griffith students named 2018 New Colombo Plan scholars

Bachelor of Engineering student to be China Fellow.
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Arts Education Law

Breaking down barriers to women and sport – symposium

How to increase women's participation in sport across is the focus of a Griffith University symposium.
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Alumni

Chris McMahon: In search of scoops

One of the most significant reforms in Queensland’s parole and probation system might never have occurred were it not for a series of exposés led by journalist and Griffith University graduate Chris McMahon. His efforts led to the introduction of the No Body No Parole law in Queensland.
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Arts Education Law

Research into women in contact sport set to be a game-changer

The incredible surge in popularity of women’s contact sport is a key discussion topic and for a Griffith University academic, it forms the framework of the next phase of her research career. In November’s Australian Research Council Discovery Programmes Scheme funding outcomes, Dr Adele Pavlidis was awarded $317,185 for the project “Women and the rise of contact sport”, […]
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Arts Education Law

Lecture looks forward in post-Fitzgerald state

One of the nation’s most distinguished legal minds has called on the public not to be seduced and taken in by the growing push to destabilise the judicial process by campaigning against the courts. This was one of many points touched on by the Honourable Margaret McMurdo who delivered the 2017 Tony Fitzgerald Lecture at […]
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Business and government

Bohl’s stars shine with nine in Adelaide short-course

Double gold for public health student Emma McKeon.
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Alumni

‘Obama’s Superman’ to headline 2017 Integrity 20

Truth, disorder and optimism is the theme for this year’s annual Integrity 20 forum which begins on Wednesday 18th October. Bringing together some of the most courageous and proactive thinkers, the forum will articulate and communicate ideas exploring societies’ ongoing crises in a time of unparalleled global transformation. Griffith University’s fourth annual Integrity 20 is […]
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Alumni

Humanitarian spirit is a work of heart for Cipta

In conflict zones and places where poverty prevails, Indonesian-born Griffith University alumnus Cipta Setiawan has forged a career bringing humanitarian leadership where it is most needed
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Alumni

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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Alumni

Judy’s mission inspires a career in education

A radio broadcast in 1978 was the catalyst for Griffith alumnus Judy Staggs' inspiring journey as an international educator
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Arts Education Law

Griffith to introduce new social science degree in 2018

Economics, environmental sustainability, global security threats, media communication and social change, politics in Asia, and social justice are not only some of the biggest issues facing the world today—they’re also the majors offered in Griffith’s new Bachelor of Social Science. According to a recent article in ScienceNordic, social scientists are key to tackling global challenges, […]
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Griffith REVIEW

How an interactive article helped land a graduate position

When Taylor Toovey graduated from Griffith University this week with a Bachelor of Journalism, she received her testamur with the knowledge that she already had employment lined up. Among a range of contributing factors that set the 20-year-old up in this position was an article published by the Griffith Review earlier this year. In a […]
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Arts Education Law

Street-based sex work in research spotlight

The impact of street-based sex work comes under the spotlight in a new book.
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Arts Education Law

Open Doors paves way for better reporting on disability

Griffith University journalism students are at the forefront of a campaign to improve media representation of people with a disability. Project Open Doors, which aims to develop positive media reporting around people with a disability, was launched by the Disability Discrimination Commissioner Alastair McEwin on Monday, July 10. Project coordinator and journalism lecturer Faith Valencia says […]
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Arts Education Law

Nance wins New York Festival radio award

Journalist-in-residence Nance Haxton wins New York radio award.
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Business and government

Logan ambitions get a touch of Texas

The technology revolution sweeping the business world has reached Australia’s university students, who are increasingly looking at starting their own businesses as an alternative to traditional career paths. Student’s from Griffith University’s Logan campus have just completed an intense weekend long workshop with Texas-based startup educators, 3 Day Startup (3DS). Their enthusiasm underlined by the […]
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