Treasurer Wayne Swan recently noted that Australia is now the 12th largest economy (based upon GDP). Moreover he boasted how Australia has moved up 3 places in the rankings since the Howard Government. However, is this the whole story. Dr Tom Conley takes a more in-depth look at GDP versus PPP rankings in his article with The Conversation. Read the whole article here.
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SDG focus elevates Griffith in Times Higher Ed 2023 sustainability impact rankings.
Griffith University ranked second overall in Queensland in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings 2023 and ranked 72 overall, out of 1591 institutions globally, highlighting Griffith’s commitment to the values of sustainable development.
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Driving social responsibility and impactful research
Pro Vice Chancellor (Business), Professor Caitlin Byrne, is set join several other Griffith University leaders in participation of the Vinnies Gold Coast CEO Sleepout on June 22, an initiative aimed at raising awareness and funds for Australians facing homelessness. As a responsible leader dedicated to inclusivity and social responsibility, Professor Byrne’s involvement exemplifies the core […]
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Better Business Showcase fosters meaningful connections and collaborations
Last week, Professor Rosemary Stockdale, Dean Engagement, welcomed alumni and industry partners to the Griffith Business School Showcase. This event brought together members of the vibrant Gold Coast business community, fostering an environment of connection, collaboration, and the development of fruitful partnerships. Highlighting the event’s significance, Professor Caitlin Byrne, Pro Vice Chancellor (Business), emphasised that […]
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Griffith welcomes CBA staff – First to embark on financial micro-credentials
Five hundred Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) employees are the first to embark on a Griffith University upskilling program, helping the banking industry to detect and disrupt organised crime. Griffith’s micro-credentials program sets a new national standard in the training of Australian financial crime specialists and will be delivered to five cohorts over three years with […]