Chris Madden receiving the ‘Excellence in Leadership in International Education’ Award at the 2012 IEAA (International Education Association of Australia) on 3 October 2012 at the AIEC Conference in Melbourne. This award is in professional recognition of his outstanding leadership and the significant role he has played in international education in institutions since 1988.
Business and government
Trimester 3, 2019 will take off to a flying start, with more than 50 excited students departing Australia to participate in the Global Mobility Business Internship Program in one of the following Asian destinations: Hong Kong Jakarta, Indonesia Seoul, Republic of Korea Shanghai, China Tokyo, Japan Over the summer months, the supervised transformational learning experience will expose students to […]
Walking around campus, your mind focused on assignments, it is easy to forget that each of the faces you pass holds a story. Each of us has travelled unique journeys to make it to today. Yet, despite having travelled different paths, we have all arrived here at Griffith University intending to push ourselves, expand our […]
A cohort of professionals focusing on marine pollution reduction from across Indonesia joined an Australia Awards in Indonesia pre-course workshop. The workshop is part of a Short Term Award ‘Tackling Marine Pollution Issues Through Recycling’, funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and delivered by Griffith University. At a time when environmental […]
Arts Education Law
The twists and turns of life have taken Griffith University students John Akol Maluk and Jennefer Simon along very similar pathways since they fled the violent conflict and political unrest of their native South Sudan. For each of their families, the first step to safety and a new future came through refugee camps in Kenya. […]