Ex-rifleman is shooting for success

Griffith Matt Sharp
Griffith Law School
After six years in the Australian army, Matt Sharp is thriving at university. As a rifleman, Matt completed deployments in East Timor in 2010 and Afghanistan in 2012. Today, Matt admits he is still adjusting to his new life as a Criminology and Laws double degree student at Griffith. Even so, Matt continues to be […]

Europe and Australia in the World: Reporting Political, Environmental and Social Change (WORLDREP)

Arts Education Law
WORLDREP is a unique double degree, student mobility program for journalism students. In 2014 Griffith University began collaborations with the Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) in Aarhus, Denmark; the Utrecht University of Applied Sciences (HU), Utrecht, The Netherlands; and, the University of Tasmania (UTAS) to develop the project. The undertaking will promote student […]

Griffith team has plenty of fun on the run

Members of the Griffith University support team and runners at the Gold Coast Bulletin Fun Run
Griffith University was well represented across all events at yesterday’s Gold Coast Bulletin Fun Run at Robina. On a gorgeous Gold Coast morning, Griffith runners were among 3000 entrants who gathered at Cbus Stadium to participate in events including the Rebel Sport Kids Dash (1km), London Estate Agents Family Run/Walk (2.5km), Brooks Run (5km), Heritage […]

Symposium on South/South Migration

Griffith Asia Institute
The ‘International Symposium on South/South Migration: Opportunities, Risks and Policy Imperatives’ was hosted at the University of Queensland on 15 April – a joint initiative between the School of Social Science, University of Queensland, and the Griffith Asia Institute. South/South migration is a relatively new phenomenon. Historically, the flow of migration between Global North (developed) […]

From home shelter to policy maker

News articles
Not so long ago, Jill Guljas was living in a homeless shelter in Brisbane. An apprentice hairdresser pregnant with her second child, life’s grim reality was that of welfare and wishful thinking. How times have changed. In 2013, Jill completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science at Griffith University and was also named the Attorney-General’s Indigenous […]