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12 February 2015

Young artist success in new media art prize

Queensland College of Art student Lauren Edmonds has been awarded two honours at the Sunshine Coast Art Prize under the...

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12 April 2018
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9 February 2015

New course helps manage social media risk

Managing your social media risk is the aim of a new course offered by Griffith's School of Humanities.

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17 July 2007

News and media hound finds passion in writing

A chance meeting at a conference inspired Griffith University Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication graduand Hamish Townsend...

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20 February 2024
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23 October 2023
Tess Newton Cain at the launch of the Defence Diplomacy tracker in Washington DC.

Researchers launch new “Defence Diplomacy in the Pacific” Tracker

Griffith Asia Institute, in partnership with Massey University, launched a “Defence Diplomacy in the Pacific” tracker in Washington DC last...

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18 September 2023
Griffith's United Nations Global Voices Fellows Jennifer Menzie and Alexander Blackborough

New York and Dubai await Griffith Global Voices Fellows

Two Griffith University students are the only Queenslanders among 15 Australian delegates chosen to participate in the 2023 Global Voices Fellowship.

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1 June 2023
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21 March 2023

Will new Gamble Responsibly taglines impact gambling behaviour?

Online betting companies in Australia now use new messages instead of the ambiguous 'gamble responsibly' in advertising. The seven new 'gamble responsibly' taglines aim to encourage consumers to pause and consider the consequences of losing a bet or question their behavioural choices. However, whether the messages will be effective in influencing behavioural choices is still debated writes Griffith University’s Dr Marie-Louise Fry.

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13 February 2023

Griffith holds firm on social justice values with new executive role

In a first for Griffith, a new executive role has been created, endorsing a commitment to Indigenous futures, diversity and inclusion.The University is pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Cindy Shannon AM to Deputy Vice Chancellor (Indigenous, Diversity and Inclusion) to the position starting immediately.

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