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12 September 2016

Griffith graduate Kelly wins gold at Paralympics

Griffith University graduate Katie Kelly has beaten a British world champion to take gold in the women’s triathlon at the 2016 Rio Paralympics.

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2 September 2016
Matt McShane a member of Australian Wheelchair Basketball Team

Matt McShane eager for Paralympic action

Australian wheelchair basketballer and Griffith University design student Matt McShane will represent Australia at the Paralympic Games, which kick off in Rio on 7 September.

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22 January 2016
Wheelchair basketballer and Bachelor of Industrial Design student Matt McShane

Basketballer Matt on a roll towards Rio

Wheelchair basketballer Matt McShane has his sights on representing Australia at the 2016 Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro, but at the same time is not losing sight of the importance of a Griffith University degree

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28 September 2021

Proactive para alumnus takes his second shot at life

Griffith University industrial design graduate and Paralympian Matt McShane has combined his qualifications with lived experience to forge a path building custom wheelchairs and mobility products.

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28 June 2021
Professor John Rasko

In Conversation with Professor John Rasko AO

Professor John Rasko is a globally pre-eminent physician-scientist whose work on regenerative medicine and biotechnology is fundamentally changing our understanding...

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11 July 2018

Careers set for take-off

Griffith University students took to the skies with the Royal Australian Air Force to broaden their horizons.

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19 September 2016

Griffith Paralympians head home with three medals

Griffith University students and alumni competing at the Rio Paralympics are heading home this week with three medals after a successful campaign that saw Australia placed fifth in the overall medal tally.

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6 September 2016
Bachelor of Public Relations and Communications student Rowan Crothers has been awarded the first Griffith University and Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Sporting Excellence Scholarship.

Paralympians aim to build on Griffith success

Seven Griffith University students and alumni are aiming to build on the success of student athletes at the Rio Olympics...

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22 August 2016

Beetles may hold key to controlled burning

Beetles could hold the key to when controlled burns should be conducted, ensuring forest ecosystems are not unduly damaged by well-meaning fire minimisation plans, while still protecting landholders and property.

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