The networking event and farewell dinner followed a 10-day study tour.
Bachelor of Business alumnus Emily Hayward inspired to pursue environmental economics through Griffith’s economics and sustainability focus.
One of the Gold Coast’s most iconic coffee chains is contributing to world-wide efforts to defeat the malaria parasite with a valuable donation towards research into a novel, world-leading malaria vaccine that is about to be evaluated in clinical trials at Griffith University.
Queensland Conservatorium jazz vocalists Adelina Martinez and Merinda Dias-Jayasinha are among six singers in Australia shortlisted for the prestigious Generations in Jazz vocal scholarship. The scholarship is part of the annual Generations in Jazz Festival, founded by Australian jazz legend James Morrison in 1982.
Griffith University Art Museum is proud to present a museum survey of distinguished contemporary Australian artist and Griffith University/Queensland College of Art alumna Davida Allen from 3 May – 30 June 2018. Davida Allen: In the Moment encompasses over 40 works from the artist’s five-decade practice, and will include a suite of large-scale drawings from […]
The Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University is launching a blockbuster orchestral season featuring a host of high profile guest conductors, epic repertoire and a dazzling finale at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre.
Griffith will take some of their best names in STEM research (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) on the road to highlight the exciting career opportunities to students who study STEM disciplines.