Primary education student Harrison Boney is on a new path to help young people achieve their goals.
The peak body representing Australia’s universities has called on the Parliament to support the deregulation of Australian universities with changes to the Government’s proposals that will assure affordability for students and taxpayers. Universities Australia’s Chief Executive, Belinda Robinson, said that the Parliament had a once in a generation opportunity to shape an Australian higher education […]
Students preparing for next week's Qld Core Skills test shouldn't place too much emphasis on results.
If a career in planning is your goal, then come down to the Planning Profession Expo at Griffith’s Nathan campus tomorrow (Friday 29 August).
Degenerative brain diseases such as dementia and Parkinson’s disease will be targeted under a new partnership between Queensland scientists and Chinese experts in dementia research and traditional herbal medicine.
After being submersed in the rich culture of Indonesia and Singapore for three weeks, 13 students from the Queensland College of Art have expressed, interpreted and reflected upon their experiences for the Jalan-Jalan exhibition opening soon. The works comment on the meeting of artistic minds as students joined with many of the professional and emerging […]
By Pro Vice Chancellor (Business) Professor Michael Powell The opening of the Griffith Business School’s new building on the Gold Coast represents a milestone in a remarkable journey of transformation and growth. On one hand it is exciting to celebrate the official opening and all the opportunities and inspiration it will bring to our students […]