Queensland Conservatorium opera alumni Kiandra Howarth and Petah Chapman win two of Australia's most prestigious prizes - the Bel Canto Award and a Churchill Fellowship.
Griffith co-led project to enhance commuter safety wins at 2019 Get Ready Queensland Resilient Australia Awards.
19-year-old OT student and the country’s best racewalker Katie Hayward has been sweating it out in Cairns at a pre-development camp ahead of the World Athletics Championships.
A group of Griffith Education students have been recognised for their academic excellence, by the Australian College of Educators (ACE) at their recent June prize ceremony. Among the winners was Erin Fitzpatrick, awarded the Edmund Hibbard Prize as most outstanding second year student in the Bachelor of Education (Primary). “I was inspired to become a […]
Griffith will bring together a community of change agents next month, when Change Conference returns for 2019.
How pianist Meg Burstow took a magical musical detour and won the Queensland Conservatorium Medal for Excellence.
Griffith University First Peoples Health Unit has been announced as a partner in cultural safety training for Australia’s regulators of registered health practitioners.