She may be a late starter but 70 year old Robyne Peebles is about to graduate with a Masters of Visual Art.
Maximising learning outcomes from student work experiences in the Australian higher education sector is the focus of a new project which aims to provide valuable insights into how to best secure graduate employment. The multi-partner, multidisciplinary project has recently been awarded a prestigious 2015 Office for Learning and Teaching Innovation and Development Grant, valued at […]
Griffith Futures Scholarship recipient Jacki Molla will attend the 2015 Y20 Summit in Turkey.
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The future of Australian contemporary art as seen through the eyes of 33 exceptional artists will be on show this August as they vie for the Churchie Emerging Art Prize. For the sixth year in a row, the Griffith University Art Gallery (GUAG) […]
The latest addition to the Woolloongabba precinct will showcase emerging and established artists in a new contemporary arts space.
A study in happiness has won a Griffith Business School graduate the prestigious Chancellor’s Medal.
With just a few days before voting ends, Griffith University’s Dr Asmaa Boufridi is still in the running for the Australian Academy of Science’s video competition for early to mid-career researchers. But she needs your vote. A postdoctoral scientist with the Eskitis Institute for Drug Discovery, Asmaa is using samples from the Institute’s remarkable Nature […]