The International University of Health and Welfare (IUHW) visited Griffith University Gold Coast campus on Thursday 15 January 2015. With the opening of their new Narita City campus in 2015, the IUHW is interested in both sending, and receiving, students for short study tours of one to two weeks. The target cohort of students is both domestic and international medical students who may have a background in Japanese language studies.
Griffith Business School graduate and Assistant Dean at Antonine University, Elizabeth Kassab Sfeir is defiantly making her way on the road less travelled.
Contrary to popular views, parental smartphone use is rarely associated with poor parenting.
Business and government
Recent news that Griffith Business School courses in Hospitality and Tourism Management have been ranked first in Australia and third globally have been celebrated by staff and students.
Griffith Institute For Tourism (GIFT)
A collaboration between Queensland-based universities and Pacific Island communities has found climate change adaptation programs are only sustained if they develop local ownership.