The third round of Griffith's COVID-19 Student Support Bursary will provide an additional $2.2m for struggling students.
Griffith is hosting a 12-week virtual Open Day as more Australians than ever contemplate studying, due in no small part to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Griffith University Masters recipient Mo Moezzi and third-year business student Georgia Smith connected through Griffith's Industry Mentoring Program and have developed such a rapport they plan to continue working together after the program concludes.
As restrictions ease, more stories are emerging of Griffith students who shared their gifts during lockdown, including those from the Queensland Conservatorium.
The global impact of COVID-19 on women’s wellbeing has been highlighted in a new UN Women report co-authored by Griffith University academic Professor Sara Davies. Women’s access to education and health services has already been compromised by the pandemic, according to the report Spotlight on Gender, COVID-19 and the SDGs: Will the pandemic derail hard-won […]
The Young Conservatorium program recognizes talent at an early age and nurtures each student through to adulthood. At the Young Conservatorium, you’ll find yourself surrounded by a supportive network and learning from world-renowned teachers from Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Current student, Michael Smith, shares his experience with the program this far. Tell us a bit […]
Four remarkable members of the Griffith University community have been recognised in the Harvey Norman Gold Coast Women of the Year awards.