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5 October 2023

Year 12 Early Offer Guarantee is open!

Griffith University is kicking off the Year 12 Early Offer Guarantee to assist high school graduates who are looking for certainty about their future study plans.

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6 August 2015

Life experience opens way to success

Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Criminology and Criminal Justice graduate Lewis Glover presented the student speech at last Thursday’s graduate ceremony...

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26 March 2015

Type Addicts: For the love of the letter

Australia's experts in typography will converge on the Gold Coast to celebrate and discuss the art and technique of making written language readable and beautiful.

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22 October 2014
Professor Sarah Todd

Griffith University signs Letter of Intent with Thammasat University, Thailand

On Monday 29 September 2014 Prof Sarah Todd, Pro Vice Chancellor (International), Griffith University hosted a delegation from Thammasat University...

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5 September 2013

New hospital open day for all

Get along to the new Gold Coast University Hospital's open day on Saturday for a behind-the-scenes look at the new health precinct

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12 August 2013

‘Wow’ factor at this year’s Open Day

Griffith's Open Day keeps getting bigger and better and this year's edition saw over 16,000 visitors exploring the wonders of our South Bank, Nathan and Gold Coast campuses

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17 March 2016
Aerial photo of the Gold Coast, Queensland

Memo to our latest cities minister: here’s what needs to be done

Professor Paul Burton, Director, Urban Research Program has written an open letter to the new assistant minister for cities and digital transformation.

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2 February 2015
Professor Anne Tiernan has been following the early exchanges on the Queensland election trail.

New Premier must rebuild trust in process

A Griffith University political scientist has penned an open letter to the incoming Premier, outlining a blueprint for more efficient and productive business of government in Queensland.

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8 June 2021
Cancelled

The Ethics of Cancel Culture

If we think a person’s speech is wrong and immoral, we might suppose there is no great loss about a debate being derailed and the person sanctioned. But there are genuine ethical concerns here.

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7 May 2020

The Need for a Charitable Bail Fund in Australia Has Now Become Life or Death for Women

Across the country, over 43,000 people spend their days in crowded prisons, unable to practice even basic hygiene, such as...

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