Members of the Griffith University community have been recognised in this year's Australia Day honours.
Congratulations to Griffith University’s 3rd Step Enterprises for making it to the semi-final of the The mai Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin 2015. The mai Bangkok Business Challenge was created in 2002 as an independent competition to foster entrepreneurship amongst MBA graduates in the Asian region. The semi-finalists are five Gold Coast-based MBA students, Andrew […]
As an eight-year-old primary school student, Shelby Craik first checked out Griffith University’s science facilities when her school project on the impact of plastic on ocean life placed in the top three of a Gold Coast science competition. The Grade 3 turned Grade 10 student from Palm Beach State High was back in a Griffith […]
How Australian school children use nicknames may help with teaching linguistic concepts.
Animation blurs boundaries of history, memory and imagination Nocturne, the latest exhibition from Brisbane animator Chris Denaro, incorporates a blend of physical stop motion and digital motion graphics to embody the genius loci, or spirit of place, of Teerk Roo Ra in Moreton Bay, Queensland. This project is the final part of Chris’s Doctorate at the […]
Online initiative recognised in top 10 rating
Griffith Film School
Griffith Film School graduate Kieran Murray has asked people all over the world to replicate the Aussie catchphrase “G’Day mate, how you going?” with hilarious results. Since his graduate film The F Word screened in the Short Film Corner at the Cannes Film Festival last year, the 24-year-old has spent six months travelling nine countries […]