The trouble with terrorism

Griffith Health Institute
After publishing a report that could help authorities identify the most most likely targets for a terror attack, PhD candidate David Romyn, from Griffith's School of Applied Psychology, discusses the difficulties with researching terrorism.

A broader view of the world

Head and shoulders of Richard Hyland, wearing black top and glasses.
Red Couch Blog
Commerce student Richard Hyland is among 13 Griffith Business School student leaders that left for Laos on Saturday, June 22, to take part in the 2013 Laos Community Development Project. Part one of his Laos Blog starts here.

Gathering for Peace at Logan

Chancellor Leneen Forde AC at Rotary Peace Forum - Logan campus 2013
Rotary International and Griffith University hosted a dedicated gathering of people in pursuit of peace in our lifetime for the 2013 Rotary Peace Forum on the Logan campus. Griffith University co-hosted the Rotary Regional Peace Forum which was also streamed live to more than 200 viewers at various locations throughout the world including Azerbaijan and […]

Survival factors for small business identified

Professor Lorelle Frazer in centre, student (partly) in foreground, bar chart on screen in background.
Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
New research identifies factors that contribute to and hinder small business success – for both franchised and independent small businesses. The research, conducted by Griffith University’s Asia-Pacific Centre for Franchising Excellence, compares surviving and failed small businesses during uncertain economic times in Australia from 2010 to 2012. Centre Director and lead researcher, Professor Lorelle Frazer, […]