The recent spate of terrorist bombings in Burma has not injured many people or caused much property damage, but it is a reminder of the country’s multi-faceted internal security problems. Dr Andrew Selth comments further in a recent opinion piece in the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter. Read the full article here.
Australian Rivers Institute
One third of all humpback whales in the Gold Coast Bay are mother-calf pairs making the location almost as important as breeding grounds for whales with calves.
Business and government
Griffith Business School organised the first International Summit on Leading Digital Innovation for Sustainable Future last week. The event welcomed more than 50 participants including thought leaders and directors from QLD Health, successful startups and SMEs, as well as academics with diverse disciplines from University of Queensland, Queensland University of Technology, Curtin University and many more. […]
Education graduate Yasmin Atwani didn't speak a word of English when she started school, but went on to attain an OP1 and win a scholarship to Griffith to pursue her dream of becoming a teacher.
Two impressive Griffith graduates intimately involved in the pandemic response and GAI's Asia Future Fellows program have been honoured at the 2020 Australia China Alumni Awards.