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26 January 2023
Debra Henly

Education leader acknowledged in Australia Day Honours

A former Deputy Vice Chancellor, scientist and leading educator is one of several members of the Griffith University community acknowledged...

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16 November 2020

Women in Digital award Griffith Diversity Employer of the Year

Griffith University has been recognised as the 2020 Diversity Employer of the Year (Enterprise) at the third annual Women in Digital Awards.

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30 June 2020
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10 October 2016
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21 October 2015

Gender equity in universities and 30 years of research

Professor Glenda Strachan and colleagues conducted a major Australian Research Council (ARC) Linkage project funded byUniversities Australia, Unisuper and the...

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23 December 2013

Gender equity in Australian universities

Centre for Work, Organisation and Wellbeing (WOW) Regulation and Institutions Programme Director, Professor Glenda Strachan will use new funding from...

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25 September 2012

Women who would not stand silent

Griffith University Chancellor Leneen Forde AC delivers the inaugural Brisbane Peace Lecture, citing the great women of history who refused to be silenced by conflict and war

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12 October 2022
Rebecca Frizelle OAM

Griffith University Deputy Chancellor Elected

Griffith University Council proudly welcomes its new Deputy Chancellor Rebecca Frizelle who brings a wealth of experience to the role.

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1 February 2022

SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

The world is becoming increasingly urbanised, and the population is constantly growing. Today, more than half of us live in cities, placing them at the forefront of some of our biggest challenges — from public health to climate change.  

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1 February 2022

SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities

Inequalities, based on issues such as gender, disability, age, race, income and opportunity, persist across the world — both within and between countries. Beyond the very real impacts that inequalities have on people’s day to day lives, they limit social and economic development, and reduce our ability to effectively address global crises. 

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