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4 April 2014

Cancer researcher is face of Relay for Life

Griffith University played host to Cancer Council Queensland (CCQ) this week asthe charity announced Professor Nigel McMillan as the Face...

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17 October 2013
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Still time to register for Relay for Life

Thirty teams have registered for this weekend’s Relay for Life and organisers are encouraging more people to take part in...

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25 September 2013

Gold Coast Relay for Life

Relay For Life is an opportunity to get together with your community and friends to celebrate cancer survivors, remember loved ones lost and fight back against cancer.

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2 April 2018
Griffith graduate Keri Algar has been to close to 30 different countries on the Queen’s Baton journey since she took up the position of Public Relations and Media Operations Specialist with GOLDOC.

GC2018 Queen’s Baton Relay takes graduate on journey to treasure

En route to Carrara Stadium for the Opening Ceremony of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018), the Queen’s Baton...

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27 March 2018
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21 October 2013
Relay for Life with patron the VC

Gold Coast Relays through the night for cancer awareness

Hosted by the Griffith University’s Student Guild and Cancer Council Queensland, more than 30 teams of runners made up of 10-15 people took turns to keep a baton moving in a relay style walk or run for 18 hours through the night from 3pm Saturday afternoon to Sunday morning at 9am.

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1 October 2013
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University students wearing school dresses for girls in Sierra Leone

On 19-20 October a group of Griffith University students will run the Relay for Life event as the “Legalites for Equal Rights", in nothing more than a school dress. Their mission is to raise money which will give girls in Sierra Leone, West Africa access to education through scholarships, school rehabilitation projects and access to sanitary pads.

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20 October 2015
More than 200 participants raised over $28,000 for cancer research at Griffith's Relay for Life event.

Griffith raises over $28,000 for cancer research

For business student Silvana Boulas Griffith University’s Relay for Life event was about more than raising money and awareness of...

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1 November 2013

Generosity marks our community

The generous nature of the Griffith community has been on show lately and it makes us all very proud.

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26 October 2023
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Hats off to teachers

Australia marks World Teachers’ Day on October 27, emphasising gratitude for teachers' invaluable contributions. Despite media often portraying teaching negatively, educators play a vital role in shaping lives and society. Griffith University values inclusive education, preparing teachers to navigate evolving classrooms. Acknowledging and thanking teachers is crucial as they help students thrive in a complex, changing world.

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