Griffith experts say making music provides a means to regain control in a time of crisis.
Acting selfishly has consequences right now – why ethical decision making is imperative in the coronavirus crisis
As the country moves into lockdown mode in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are increasingly faced with serious ethical questions about what ordinary people should be obliged to do for others.
Increased growth within India’s Information Technology (IT) sector has made way for skilled Indian women to enter the workforce and undertake projects for International clients. Despite the growing trend, very few studies have focused on Indian women in the industry. Dr Dhara Shah, and Professor Michelle Barker from Griffith University’s’ Department of Business Strategy and […]
Griffith researcher says the technology-driven revolution in urban transport has completely missed the suburbs, which lack public transport services and shared micromobility devices.
‘The doctor will Skype you now’: telehealth may limit coronavirus spread, but there’s more we can do to protect health workers
Griffith expert in infection prevention and control says telehealth consultations are a good step in controlling the spread of COVID-19 but more needs to be done.
I sat down at a Griffith Law School event recently to find a drink coaster in front of me with a quote from Winston Churchill: The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see. Apparently, Churchill didn’t really say that. He actually said, “The longer you can look back, the […]
Increasing competitiveness in the international market place by strengthening skills and broadening a global citizen outlook, Global Internships develop the ability to work in diverse groups, listen to different points of view, and be open and flexible to change. The experience also boosts confidence and adaptability while providing the opportunity to build professional connections and […]