Mental health a partner in crime

School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Dr Belinda Crissman talks about the growth of forensic mental health field in the Sydney Morning Herald. “It is widely recognised that well-resourced community forensic services for offenders offer one of the best changes of reducing future offending.” Read more in Mental health a partner in crime (PDF 916k).

Engineering a pathway into Griffith

News articles
Griffith student Steven Vernon is looking forward to graduating next year with degree in Environmental Engineering and building a career he could once only dream about.  Environmental engineers work in a broad range of areas including finding cleaner and more eco-efficient manufacturing processes for industry. In a recent project, Steven was working on solutions for […]

A change of musical pace

Queensland Conservatorium
Queensland Conservatorium students last week took a break from their regular classes to experience a smorgasbord of musical delights. Renowned international artists including San Gabriel 7 from LA, Joko Susilo from Indonesia, songwriter Mark Sholtez (the first Australian to be signed by the prestigious jazz label Verve in the US), and Lennox Jordan, a master […]

Rankings result shows right path

I am delighted by the news that Griffith University is now listed in the 301-400 band on the Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) following the announcement of the 2012 results. I had the good fortune to be in Canberra when the results were published, and it is pleasing to note that our performance was […]

Our role in the ‘Asian Century’

Griffith Asia Institute
I am pleased to announce the establishment of a high level taskforce to consider how best to position Griffith University in what has been popularly described as the “Asian Century.” As I’m sure you are aware, Griffith was initially established with a strong focus on Asia.  We were the first University to develop and offer […]