A new book documenting the past 30 years of Gold Coast architectural history is free to the public. Professor Andrew Leach of Griffith University’s Urban Research Program is the lead author of GC30+: Documenting the Gold Coast Architecture Awards, 1984-2013, a record of nearly 300 architectural projects and more than 500 spectacular images. He collaborated […]
Griffith University has a record number of competitors in this year's UniGames being held on the Gold Coast.
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Queensland College of Art graduate Joel Rea is opening his first international solo exhibition in New York.
Mature age employees. Older workers. The ageing workforce. Research describes those in the labour market aged 50+ years in a variety of ways – the age at which one enters this cohort is likewise just as opaque! Previous research also highlights negative stereotyping in New Zealand organisations about this cohort, and an unpreparedness to manage […]
Griffith University’s Professor Lesley Chenoweth AO has been named one of Australia’s most influential women.
The push for greater awareness of FH; an inherited condition, which causes very high cholesterol levels and brings with it 20 times the risk of an early heart attack.
Griffith Film School (GFS) will host the Australian premiere of Brisbane Festival’s Singapore Unbound from Tuesday 22 September to Saturday 26 September as part of a series of works celebrating Singapore’s 50th year of independence. The showcase has been curated by founding Festival Director of the Singapore International Film Festival, Philip Cheah, who throughout his career has been […]