Arts Education Law

Women’s AFL under research spotlight

Griffith researcher Adele Pavlidis is researching women's AFL as part of a project on the long-term sustainability of women's sport at the grassroots and professional levels.
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Features

Rock art expert honoured with national award

Griffith University’s rock art expert Professor Paul Taçon has capped a remarkable year being honoured with the Rhys Jones Medal for Outstanding Contribution to Australian Archaeology - the top archaeology award in Australia. Earlier this year he was awarded an Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship worth $2.5 million to continue his rock art research.
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Arts Education Law

Journalism student wins Press Council award

Griffith University journalism student Anna James has been awarded the 2016 Australian Press Council Journalism Student of the Year.
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Arts Education Law

Language student explores Italian heritage

Diploma of Languages student Carmela Ricci began studying Italian as a mature-age student and won the 2016 Premio Italia essay-writing competition.
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Arts Education Law

Literature lover finds niche in arts degree

As a Peer Assisted Study Session (PASS) leader Emily Smith combines her love of literature with a desire to help others. The second-year Bachelor of Arts student and Emily Bronte fan, whose middle name also happens to be ‘Bronte’ insists it’s a  mere coincidence that she so admires the Wuthering Heights author. “It wasn’t part […]
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Journalism grad enjoys reporting country life

Bachelor of journalism graduate Sarah Dionysius obtained a position with country newspaper The Western Star in Roma prior to graduating.
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Arts Education Law

Bush students enjoy taste of ‘Big Smoke’

Twenty Indigenous children are getting a taste of life outside their remote communities as they embark on an 11-day tour throughout south-east Queensland this month. The Years Six and Seven students from the Gulf communities of Doomadgee, Normanton, Karumba, Burktown and Mornington Island, arrived in Brisbane on October 31 for the Show Me Your World Tour. […]
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Alumni

AEL awards showcase top alumni

Award-winning author Rebecca Johnson has been named Griffith University's 2016 Arts, Education and Law Alumnus of the Year for inspiring a love of science in children. Dami Im has won the 2016 Arts, Education and Law Young Alumnus of the Year.
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Arts Education Law

Ramos-Horta to deliver Integrity 20 keynote

Former President of Timor-Leste Dr José Ramos-Horta will deliver the keynote address at Griffith University’s Integrity 20 on Tuesday, October 25.
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Arts Education Law

Centre focuses on new research agendas

Award-winning journalist Peter Greste launched the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research at South Bank on October 17.
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Arts Education Law

Employment initiatives boost student experience and graduate outcomes

A new range of career-focused initiatives will give Griffith University graduates a sharp competitive edge to improve their job prospects.
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Arts Education Law

Double honour from prestigious academy

Two Griffith professors have been honoured with Fellowships of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia.
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Arts Education Law

Nance wins Clarion award for boxing series

Journalist-in-Residence Nance Haxton has won a 2016 Clarion Award for Best Sports Reporting.
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Arts Education Law

Lydia hones skills at Shakespeare’s Globe

Bachelor of Contemporary and Applied Theatre student Lydia Sheldon completed a summer school at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre describing it as a dream come true.
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Arts Education Law

Josephine Ulrick prizes celebrate creative writing

Two poets have shared joint first prize in this year’s Griffith University Josephine Ulrick Poetry Prize competition. Victorian Chloe Wilson and Queenslander Sarah Holland-Batt each won $7500 while in the literature category Dr Tessa Lunney won the first prize ($10,000) and Melissa Goode second ($5000). Both are from NSW.
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Arts Education Law

Indonesian ‘Hobbits’ may have died out sooner than thought

An ancient species of small humans discovered in Indonesia may have met their end earlier than once believed.
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