With Australia’s retirement age set to rise to 70, will older tradies be able to keep working? A 2012 federal government skills shortage report highlighted only three trades to be in short supply as a result of the ongoing economic climate. Academic literature, furthermore, tends to focus on the retention and training of younger workers […]
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Griffith University’s Nature Bank collection of plant and marine samples will be vastly increased after the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the University and the Australian Institute of Marine Science (AIMS). Under the MOU formalised this week and attended by Queensland’s Health Minister The Honourable Lawrence Springborg MP, AIMS and Griffith will negotiate […]
Queensland Health Minister Lawrence Springborg has happily handed over $100 to sponsor a flora sample in the name of medical research at Griffith University
Dr Sarah Gardiner has a PhD in marketing and is a tourism lecturer at Griffith University. In just sixty seconds Sarah shares some insights about the changes occurring to our Australian appetite for holiday travel.
Kiunga, in Western Province, Papua New Guinea is the destination this week for four trainee dentists from Griffith University looking to bring their skills to disadvantaged communities.
Griffith Enterprise (GE) has won a major category in new awards acknowledging organisations able to turn research into commercial reality. GE received two nominations in the inaugural Knowledge Commercialisation Australasia (KCA) Research Commercialisation Awards, with its SEED creative arts project taking out Best Creative Engagement Strategy. Each year SEED brings together Griffith’s popular music, creative arts, […]