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20 July 2023

Griffith is first Queensland university to achieve SAGE Cygnet award

Griffith University is the first Queensland University to achieve a Science in Australia Gender Equity (SAGE) Cygnet Award, in recognition of Griffith’s achievements in reducing barriers for people of diverse gender, bodies and sexuality (DGBS/LGBTQIA+).

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15 February 2023

Griffith Sport is serious about pride

Griffith Sport launched its Pride in Sport Strategy, which embraces diversity of gender, bodies and sexualities and demonstrates a commitment to create environments that are visibly inclusive and welcoming.

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25 July 2023
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20 July 2023

Early Career Researchers gain insights into policy-making

A group of Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from Griffith Business School recently embarked on a two-day ‘Canberra Showcase’ organised by...

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28 September 2022
Seven Sisters

Marra Wonga’s Seven Sisters story

Marra Wonga is a large sandstone rock shelter and art site near Barcaldine, central Queensland. There are estimated to be at least 15,000 petroglyphs, mostly animal tracks, lines, grooves and drilled holes, as well as 111 hand-related and object stencils spread across 160 metres.

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21 September 2022
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8 September 2022

Change Conference is back with a bang

Behaviour experts will converge on Griffith University’s South Bank campus as the Change Conference makes its in-person comeback.

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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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8 April 2022

Teens at risk from a lack of education and research on vaping 

Vaping is a silent epidemic that threatens the health and wellbeing of Australian teens, say Griffith University experts in social marketing.

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