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.
17 Partnerships for the Goals
LiveArt brightens up the daily commute
Auchenflower train station has been brought to life thanks to Queensland College of Art. Adding to a growing list of public art projects around the state by Griffith University’s QCA LiveArt program, the mural has this week been completed by a team of students. QCA LiveArt invites students to work with industry and community groups […]
10 Reduced Inequalities
Revolutionising ACL research and recovery for female athletes will be Bourne’s legacy
For a professional athlete, an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture is not just a painful blow to the knee, but often their career and quality of life. Despite much of the research around ACL tear being male-centric, Dr Matthew Bourne from Griffith’s Menzies Health Institute Queensland said ACL ruptures occur 3-6 times more frequently in […]
Centre for Planetary Health and Food Security
Project investigates migrating humpbacks in busy bay
Researchers, government and stakeholders take proactive approach to understand the behaviour of whales in Moreton Bay.
Bringing worldly inspiration to Queensland Conservatorium
Triple Grammy Award-winning musician Tim Munro has been welcomed back to his alma mater to inspire the next cohort of budding musicians.