Disaster management experts have gathered at Griffith for the inaugural Resilience in Practice Symposium, coinciding with the 10-year anniversary of the Queensland-wide floods in 2011.
Financial planning students have been awarded $85,000 in tuition fee scholarships for women entering, re-entering and pursuing leadership roles across financial services.
Two Griffith alumni are helping to shape the future of disability policy and services with important advocacy roles at the Disability Royal Commission.
The winners of this year’s Outstanding Alumni Awards include Queensland’s first Chief Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Officer and the creator of hit TV series Bluey.
Griffith has strengthened its ties with the social innovation sector by appointing two Adjunct Industry Fellows to The Yunus Centre, an initiative of Griffith Business School.
Six deserving Griffith students have been awarded National Council of Women of Queensland Inc bursaries to assist with their chosen pathway of study.
Following a winning Paralympic campaign, with two Gold medals in the Canoe-sprint, defence veteran and Griffith Aviation student Curtis McGrath says it feels pretty good to be home.