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22 October 2015
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9 October 2013
Professor Pat Weller, Griffith University, at lectern.

Distinguished Lecture to explore power of PM

Prime Ministers are not unknown to Professor Pat Weller and neither is Griffith University’s doyen of political science unknown to...

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7 November 2018

Indonesia’s former Foreign Minister to deliver 2018 Griffith Asia Lecture

Dr Marty Natalegawa will share insights on the challenges and prospects for leadership in Southeast Asia.

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21 November 2017

QCA lecturer elected to Australian Academy of Humanities

Queensland College of Art lecturer Professor Sue Best has been appointed a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Humanities, joining luminaries like former Prime Minister Gough Whitlam, historian Manning Clark, and renowned artists like Margaret Olley, Sidney Nolan and Arthur Boyd.

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7 November 2017
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18 October 2017
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3 March 2014
Matthew Rowe, in shirt and tie, presents framed award to Mark Brimble, Griffith University, also in shirt and tie.

Industry award for financial planning lecturer

Associate Professor Mark Brimble from the Griffith Business School has been presented with a Distinguished Service Award by the Financial...

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7 August 2013
Professor Mark von Itzstein, Director Institute for Glycomics

Open Day lecture; The Silent and Invisible Terrorists

Griffith University will celebrate more than its Open Day this weekend. It will also mark 20 years since the world’s...

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2 October 2012

Sugar lecture launches Glycomics Week

One of the world's leading scientists presents a public lecture on the role sugars play in medical research. It is all part of Glycomics Week.

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18 September 2016
Professor Jason Sharman delivered the 2016 Distinguished Lecture.

Researcher exposes Australia’s billion-dollar corruption loophole

Griffith Business researcher Professor Jason Sharman delivered the 2016 Distinguished Lecture where he outlined Australia's poor record in dealing with foreign corruption in our own backyard.

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