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5 November 2012

Office for Learning and Teaching Commissioned Project on Academic Integrity

In May 2012, the Office for Learning and Teaching, DIISRTE sought to commission strategic projects in the area of academic...

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7 August 2015
Science expert Adam Spencer facilitated the inaugural Queensland Numeracy Summit

Summit finds ways to improve numeracy teaching and learning

More than 200 teachers from across Queensland converged in Brisbane recently, for the inaugural Queensland Numeracy Summit, hosted by Griffith’s...

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22 November 2023

Everyday sexism, gender discrimination and sexual harassment in Australian university systems​

Sexual harassment and gender discrimination plague Australian universities, with a rise in incidents over the past 5 years. Women, mostly affected, face everyday sexism, impacting careers and mental health. Despite efforts, reporting remains low. Griffith University's Gender Equality Research Network (GERN) research highlights these issues, advocating for broad, education-driven solutions, urging universities to commit to change and address these systemic problems head-on.

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18 October 2023
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6 October 2023
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6 July 2023

VR Dreaming transports students 20,000 years to teach traditional health and healing

Set fireside beneath a magnificent celestial tapestry, a new virtual reality experience from Griffith University’s First People’s Health Unit invites...

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1 November 2022
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5 April 2022

The polls look grim for the Coalition. Will Queensland buck the trend again?

Awaiting the official start of the 2022 campaign, published polls show Labor is comfortably ahead of the government. Pundits agree this year’s election is Albanese’s to lose, but predictions range along a spectrum from a Labor landslide to a narrow win, to a finely balanced hung parliament.

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27 March 2022

Dams and the false sense of water security

Talk of ‘big dams’ to ensure water security, and ‘unlock regions’ to increase agriculture, has started again with the proposed $5.4 billion Hells Gate Dam on the upper Burdekin River in Queensland.

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5 March 2022

Australian and Japanese universities collaborate on post-COVID-19 business education

COVID-19 not only brought aboutchanges to business education in Australia, but it also accelerated changes within in the business sector itself. Universities are now faced with opportunities in how they respond.

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