Griffith human resource (HR) and leadership experts Professor Adrian Wilkinson and Dr Jeanne McConachie are among prominent international speakers at this year’s Philippine national HR Symposium held in Cebu City, from 27-29 May. Sponsored by the Australian Government through the Philippines-Australia Human Resource and Organisational Development Facility (PAHRODF), the event has attracted 2,000 HR practitioners […]
Griffith Business School confirms strong linkages with Asian industry.
Queensland Conservatorium Popular Music student Jared Porter will be the first to perform at Country Summer, Northern California’s biggest country music festival this June. The 26-year-old was voted the fan’s favourite after more than 400,000 votes were cast worldwide. It’s been a huge year for Jared, who was named the 2014 Toyota Star Maker winner, […]
Future demands for big data analysts and specialists in machine learning are at the heart of a new Bachelor of Computer Science degree being launched in 2016. Find out all about it at the Gold Coast Open Day on July 26.
Bachelor of Arts student, Daniel Lyons' career is about to soar with the RAAF.
An Army Blackhawk helicopter landing on his high school oval was all it took for Phil Carpenter to know what he wanted to do with his life. He now calls British Columbia, Canada his home after moving to pursue his career in aviation.
Article byElise Stephenson An equitable number of women and men leaders in our society is crucial to be able to fully capitalise on future growth, to be able to innovate and advance, and to lead our society in a just and representative way. We can look for women leaders in our governments, in our businesses, […]