Griffith’s internationally recognised Bachelor of Midwifery program is celebrating its tenth birthday. With an initial intake of 48 students in 2010, 357 midwives have now graduated from the program since it began and more than 14,000 babies* have been brought into the world with Griffith midwifery students’ assistance. Head of Midwifery at Griffith, Professor Jenny […]
How well do you know your neighbours? That’s one of the questions posed by the Griffith Asia Institute’s (GAI) State of the Neighbourhood Report 2019.
Griffith’s Injury Management Team has won the Best Rehabilitation and Return to work Management System award at the 2019 Queensland Government's Safe Work and Return to Work Awards.
Four Griffith graduates have been awarded Churchill Fellowships to explore some of the country's most pressing and emerging challenges.
Water management Alumnus Hans Woldring will lead a $1 billion priority water resources project in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
19-year-old OT student and the country’s best racewalker Katie Hayward has been sweating it out in Cairns at a pre-development camp ahead of the World Athletics Championships.
Griffith will bring together a community of change agents next month, when Change Conference returns for 2019.