Professor Pat Weller (with co-authors Joanne Scott and Bronwyn Stevens) has won the 2012 Amanda Phyllis Jones Prize, awarded by the Australian Society of Archivists, for best publication that uses, features or interprets Australian archives, written or edited by a person in their own right Their book is titled From Post Box to Power House .
Griffith research has been at the forefront of the development and establishment of Australia's long-awaited National Anti-Corruption Commission
Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Academics from the Griffith Asia Institute (GAI) collaborated with researchers from the Indo-Pacific to examine the risks related to economic hardship and food insecurity that women in the region experienced during the first and second years of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (ACIAR) funded project focused on low-income women working […]
Business and government
Griffith researcher explores lost opportunities of temporary migrants from South East Asia in Australia
Griffith Asia Institute member and Head of School of Government and International Relations, Professor Juliet Pietsch’s latest research has just been published by Cambridge Elements as part of the Global Development Studies series. Much of the scholarship in development studies focuses on developing countries. However, many of the same issues can be seen in developed […]
Australian Rivers Institute
Griffith has been ranked in the global Top 100 (92) of universities globally in the Times Higher Education Impact Rankings 2022.