WHEN Zehra Rabbani reached a critical point in her professional life, she knew that to advance further she had to return to university and complete a university degree. Her biggest concern, though, was whether she would have to sacrifice her career. Similar to many career- or family-focused individuals, Zehra found it difficult to imagine how […]
Over fifty delegates kicked off a lively discussion about the role of the Circular Economy for small business at South Bank yesterday, Thursday, May 30. The Queensland Small Business Week Event (QSBW) in partnership with the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation and Griffith Centre for Sustainable Enterprise had businesses grilling government, academics and practitioners […]
Over 30 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander law students from across Queensland’s universities sat down with Indigenous leaders in the legal sector during Law Week.
A powerful new documentary by Griffith film lecturer Dr Peter Hegedus has been nominated for a $10,000 prize at the Sydney Film Festival next week.
More than 150 students and staff members walked the walk and talked the talk at two National Reconciliation week activities held on Griffith’s Gold Coast, Mt Gravatt and Nathan campuses. Gumurri Director Cheryl Godwell-Pepper said the week was a time for all Australians to learn of shared histories, cultures and achievements and to explore how […]
Griffith University research partnership breaking new ground in the development of anti-infective drugs
Scientists from Griffith’s Institute for Glycomics have teamed up with Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Toxicology and Experimental Medicine ITEM and the Hannover Medical School to explore novel anti-infective therapeutic concepts as part of the project Fraunhofer iCAIR® (Fraunhofer International Consortium for Anti-Infective Research). The project’s ground-breaking approach and research will be showcased at the Australian and German […]
This year's Griffith Sport Logan Fun Run will be a family affair for the Neja clan, who are flying in from the US to support their eldest son, Tim, who is on the autism spectrum.