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30 May 2018

PL Hub partners with photographer, Steve Parish to improving teacher skills and wellbeing

Renowned nature photographer Steve Parish has partnered with Griffith University’s Professional Learning Hub to deliver photography courses to Queensland teachers....

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28 February 2017

Griffith designer off to Paris Fashion week

Assembling a collection for Paris Fashion Week is the culmination of a life’s work for young designers. A few months after graduation, Queensland College of Art jewellery designer Jess McMaster is in the city of light to show her latest accessories collection to international buyers and trendsetters. Jess graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Art Jewellery and Small Objects last year and has been working feverishly to create a stunning new collection to go on display in The CUBE Showroom, alongside other emerging designers.

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25 November 2016
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14 December 2015
Professor Brendan Mackey, Director of Griffith University Climate Change Response Program

Paris climate accord opens vital role for universities

University research will play a crucial role in the lead-up to and beyond the 2020 implementation of the historic Paris climate change accord, says Griffith University's Professor Brendan Mackey

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8 December 2015

Rainforests of the world heard throughout Paris

Over 100 sounds have been planted across Paris during COP21 for an immersive sonic experience.

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29 September 2015
Student Matthew Bople standing in front of architecture designs

Cruise terminal design sends Matthew to Paris

If Griffith architecturestudent Matthew Boyle has any say on the Gold Coast’s controversial cruise ship terminal, it will look a...

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14 May 2013
Julien Rosendahl shakes hands with Governor-General Hon Quentin Bryce

On the job and off to Paris

Griffith law student Julien Rosendahl hopes to have global business leaders busily discussing youth unemployment at this month’s OECD annual...

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17 September 2012

Evolution’s short story reaches Paris

The fascinating evolutionary tale of North Queensland's short-statured Barrinean people has reached an international conference in Paris

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29 May 2024

EV tax break suits top tax brackets, leaving the rest in the dust

Projected to cost $205 million to the public purse, research finds the tax incentive to encourage the uptake of EVs is inequitable.

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13 May 2024

MBA student lands CEO role at Paddle Australia 

Women in Sports Leadership MBA Scholarship recipient Kim Crane has been announced as Paddle Australia’s next CEO.

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