In an opinion piece for The Strategist, Adjunct Researcher Rod Lyon discusses whether or not low-yield weapons are uniquely dangerous – more likely to be used than their larger siblings, less amenable to positive control by national leaderships, and an invitation to nuclear arms races and escalation ladders. Read the full article here.
Business and government
Online education enables research and capability development project to continue through worst of COVID-19
For years now, there has been continued growth in the online education space. Online learning provides flexibility to enable those who may otherwise be unable to learn, gain knowledge and develop personal and professional skills. Digital learning provides time and reduces physical restrictions but at the beginning of 2020, no one could foresee just how […]
A Griffith grad working for one of the most well known media brands in the world shows that humble beginnings don’t necessarily dictate your career trajectory.
Architecture, construction and planning
The spotlight continues to shine on Griffith University’s research excellence, with solid representation in The Australian newspaper’s special research supplement for 2020. Griffith research was acknowledged as being the national leader in six fields of research while individually, nine Griffith researchers were considered ‘leaders in their field’. The research leaders’ list is based on a big […]
Griffith Asia Institute
The Queensland Clarion Awards are prestigious state-based awards promoting excellence in the media. The winners of the 2020 Queensland Clarion Awards were announced on Saturday September 19 at a cocktail event where Stefan Armbruster took out the award for multicultural reporting. Best known as Queensland and Pacific correspondent for SBS News, Stefan recently joined the […]