Popular music and ageing fans

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How has popular music influenced the lifestyles of ageing fans? This question will be explored in a public lecture by Griffith University Cultural Sociology Professor Andy Bennett at the Ship Inn on Tuesday, September 25. Professor Bennett will examine how a long-term love of a particular popular music style has shaped the lifestyles of fans. […]

Play challenges gender stereotypes

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A new play by Griffith University PhD student Linda Hassall will premiere at La Boite Theatre Company’s Roundhouse Theatre on September 20. Post Office Rose centres on the friendship of three women from a small country town who re-unite at the Post Office Hotel after a 15-year break. But all is not as it seems […]

Griffith MBA tops the field

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Griffith University’s Master of Business Administration (MBA) is rated as one of the best in the country, receiving a five star rating, six years in a row. The Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA) has honoured Griffith with the prestigious award every year since the annual rating was introduced. Griffith is the only Queensland university […]

Griffith alumnus appointed as Treasurer

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Griffith University congratulates alumnus Andrew Fraser on his appointment as Queensland Treasurer. Griffith Vice Chancellor Professor Ian O’Connor said he would like to congratulate Mr Fraser on behalf of the university community. “Mr Fraser has achieved outstanding success,” Professor O’Connor said. “He excelled as a student, completing a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce […]

Griffith students make semis in national moot

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Three Griffith University law students have knocked out the competition to make it into the semi finals of a national administrative law moot competition. The students, Cameron Low, Peter Coulson and Michael de Waard are the only Queensland team left in the moot competition run by the Commonwealth Administrative Appeals Tribunal. The Griffith team knocked […]

Students make it to the US Congress

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Two Griffith University students have been selected to complete internships with the United States (US) Congress. Clare Anderson and Monique Salm will be among only 13 Australians from seven universities selected for the Uni-Capitol Washington Internship Program 2008 (UCWIP). While in Washington DC the students will be assigned to individual Congressional offices for eight weeks, […]