Griffith welcomes CBA staff – First to embark on financial micro-credentials 

16 Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
Five hundred Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA) employees are the first to embark on a Griffith University upskilling program, helping the banking industry to detect and disrupt organised crime. Griffith’s micro-credentials program sets a new national standard in the training of Australian financial crime specialists and will be delivered to five cohorts over three years with […]

LiveArt brightens up the daily commute

17 Partnerships for the Goals
Auchenflower train station has been brought to life thanks to Queensland College of Art. Adding to a growing list of public art projects around the state by Griffith University’s QCA LiveArt program, the mural has this week been completed by a team of students. QCA LiveArt invites students to work with industry and community groups […]

Revolutionising ACL research and recovery for female athletes will be Bourne’s legacy

10 Reduced Inequalities
For a professional athlete, an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) rupture is not just a painful blow to the knee, but often their career and quality of life. Despite much of the research around ACL tear being male-centric, Dr Matthew Bourne from Griffith’s Menzies Health Institute Queensland said ACL ruptures occur 3-6 times more frequently in […]