Local ‘loos’ saving lives in Indonesia

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Many Australians spend a good deal of time contemplating life in the smallest room in the house, but few realise that the ‘porcelain throne’ is not just an item of convenience – it’s a valuable tool for preventing disease. At the 2nd International Seminar on Public Health and Education (ISPHE) in Semerang, Indonesia this week; […]

Symposium on South/South Migration

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The ‘International Symposium on South/South Migration: Opportunities, Risks and Policy Imperatives’ was hosted at the University of Queensland on 15 April – a joint initiative between the School of Social Science, University of Queensland, and the Griffith Asia Institute. South/South migration is a relatively new phenomenon. Historically, the flow of migration between Global North (developed) […]

Griffith and BNU colleagues share perspectives on teacher education

Arts Education Law
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Curriculum reforms in Australia and China were a key topic of discussion when visitors from one of China’s foremost universities in teacher education and research were on-campus earlier this year. Beijing Normal University (BNU) academics, Professors Wei Liang and Litao Lu, were welcomed by School of Education and Professional Studies Dean and Head Professor Donna […]

The 13th Pacific Rim International Conference on Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) may seem like science fiction but artificial intelligence systems are incorporated into a wide array of things ordinary people use on a daily basis. Search engines, computer games, social media, satellite maps – all of them have complex AI systems that help bridge the gap between individuals and information. In early December […]

On the road to sustainable success in Thailand

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Congratulations to Griffith University’s 3rd Step Enterprises for making it to the semi-final of the The mai Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin 2015. The mai Bangkok Business Challenge was created in 2002 as an independent competition to foster entrepreneurship amongst MBA graduates in the Asian region. The semi-finalists are five Gold Coast-based MBA students, Andrew […]

Griffith signs MoU with First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University

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Prof. Quancheng Kan, Vice Chancellor and Dean, First Affiliated Hospital of Zhengzhou University (FAHZU) countersigns MOU (signed by Prof Ian O’Connor, Vice Chancellor & President) during a visit by Prof Alfred Lam, School of Medicine, Griffith University on 26 December 2014. Prof Alfred Lam has been collaborating with FAHZU for over five years on research […]