Gender equity in Australian universities

Centre for Work Organisation and Wellbeing
Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) Regulation and Institutions Programme Director, Professor Glenda Strachan will use new funding from theUniversities Australia Executive WomenGroup (UAEW) to produce a report in the first part of 2014 on the state of gender equity in Australian universities. The major source of research for the report comes from the […]

Today is the right day for graduates

Civil engineering graduate Sarah Marsanich,
This is a moment to bring you immense pride and joy, not only for yourselves but for those around you. Irrespective of what happened yesterday or over the past five years of your double major in Business and Science, and what may or may not happen tomorrow. You made it here today.

Griffith leads federal reform debate into 2014

Premier Campbell Newman delivering speech at forum on federal reform hosted by Griffith.
Centre for Governance and Public Policy
Griffith University is to continue the Sir Samuel Griffith Legacy Series, building on a ground-breaking forum on Australia’s Federal Future which brought senior government officials together with federalism academics to forge a reform agenda. Vice Chancellor, Professor Ian O’Connor, has announced the continuation of the series in 2014 when it will be hosted by Griffith’s […]

A tale of two painters to screen at Flickerfest

The opening screen shot of the short film Bouillageville
Griffith Film School
The story of two rival painters and one great big white city has captured the attention of Australia’s leading and most respected competitive short film festival. Barbouillageville, by Griffith Film School graduates Declan Byrne and Connor Johnston will screen at Flickerfest International Short Film Festival (10-19 January) in the Flicker Kids program. Flickerfest is the […]