Insight into investigative interviewing

Arts Education Law
Why torture is an unreliable method of obtaining a confession and reasons contributing to false confessions are two of the topics to be discussed by former Queensland Police Service detective Rod Shelton in a presentation to Griffith Law School students this week. “The process of interviewing is an art and a science,’’ said Mr Shelton […]

Indigenous students’ research projects making a difference

Participants in the Kungullanji Indigenous Summer Research Symposium - Jordyn Godfrey, Estin Hunter, Leah Henderson, Breanna Johnston, Trishiko King, Penelope Henain, Eden Little, Jamie Penny, Summer Coffison, Dhayne thomas, and Julia-Rose Satre.
Griffith Health
Curing chronic neck pain through virtual reality perception; exploring the link between urban Aboriginal male identity and health and evaluating plant management programs on the Gold Coast. These are just some of the research projects undertaken by 13 Indigenous students as part of the Kungullanji Indigenous Summer Research Symposium. The Symposium, in its second year, […]