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25 September 2017
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9 August 2013
Pat Weller (centre) pictured having a laugh with delegates at workshop.

Griffith pays tribute to career of Pat Weller

One of Australia's leading political science academics, Professor Pat Weller, is honoured for his outstanding career

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11 September 2012

Patrick Weller – 2012 Amanda Phyllis Jones Prize

Professor Pat Weller (with co-authors Joanne Scott and Bronwyn Stevens) haswon the 2012 Amanda Phyllis Jones Prize, awarded by the...

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25 July 2016

Showcasing our passion for discovery

From scientific discoveries in Indonesia in human evolution to pounding the Gold Coast roads in the annual marathon, Griffith staff and students have been pushing the boundaries on many fronts

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21 April 2016

Federal elections experts

Griffith has a range of experts available for commentary and analysis on the 2016 federal election.

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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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9 October 2023
Oration 2

Brighter Future for All Oration: The Perfectibility of Opportunity

As a civic institution, Griffith University is committed to deep engagement with our local communities and unlocking knowledge and foresight from influential thinkers and leaders. On 4 October 2023, we proudly presented the inaugural Brighter Future for All Oration at Brisbane City Hall with The Honorable Dr Jim Chalmers MP, Treasurer of Australia and one of our most distinguished alumni.

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9 June 2022

Griffith alumni take their seats in new ALP Government

Growing up in Logan, newly appointed Federal Treasurer Jim Chalmers said he only had a ‘vague’ idea about what he wanted to do with his life when he decided to study at Griffith.

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31 May 2022
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Governor General David Hurley

The first 100 days of the Albanese government

Unlike changes of leader, changes of government are comparatively rare at the Federal level. We can learn a great deal from the early decisions of a new government – what it changes and what it keeps; what lessons it has drawn from prior experience and from its opponents.

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9 May 2022
Climate and the election

Australians intend to vote on climate action at election

Griffith University’s Climate Action Beacon conducted the first of five annual Climate Action Surveys in late 2021. These surveys discover Australians’ thoughts and feelings about climate change and related environmental and climatic events, conditions, and issues.

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