Griffith’s Master of Training and Development (MTD) program in Singapore has been recognised in the Singapore media, highlighting the valuable contribution adult educators have in shaping quality workforce skills. The second cohort of nearly 30 students in the MTD program, delivered under a partnership between Griffith’s School of Education and Professional Studies and Singapore Government’s […]
A summer weekend of live music, experimentation and performance at Studio 4101 in South Bank will showcase some of the city’s hottest new musical talent. The eclectic pop-up experience from 13 – 14 February is the result of a new collaboration between OperaQ, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University (QCGU) and West End uber-creatives, Hub 4101. Festivities […]
On Sunday, January 25, Prime Minister Tony Abbott released a little more detail about his plans for adoption in Australia. Dr Patricia Fronek talks through the issues.
Griffith University’s Professor Paul Martin has been awarded with a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) as part of this year’s Australia Day Honours.
Griffith University graduate Judd Armstrong embarked on something of a homecoming when deciding on who best to bring his latest project to fruition. That product is the Jaybird Reign activity tracker and in the world of wearable sports technology it is already receiving rave reviews, thanks greatly to input by Griffith University. Through SABEL Labs […]
There has never been a greater time for student pharmacists to contribute towards Australia’s future healthcare, says Rhonda White from Terry White Chemists.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) may seem like science fiction but artificial intelligence systems are incorporated into a wide array of things ordinary people use on a daily basis. Search engines, computer games, social media, satellite maps – all of them have complex AI systems that help bridge the gap between individuals and information. In early December […]