Studying engineering at Griffith provides you with the opportunity to receive hands-on, practical experience from your first year. Second year mechanical engineering student, Samantha Singh received a bursary from the Queensland Resources Council, completed an 8-week research placement and most recently was selected to represent Griffith University at the Huawei Telecoms Seeds for the Future […]
Environmental Engineering student, Grace Mullins, kicked off her final year of study by participating in a ‘Dialogues of Development’ study tour in Cambodia with Engineers Without borders. “I discovered Engineers Without Borders in my first year at Griffith. By the end of my third year in 2013 I felt that I had developed a strong […]
Michael Hall, a research fellow in the Centre for Quantum Dynamics (CQD), was one of the 143 physicists named by the American Physical Society this year as an Outstanding Referee, out of a pool of about 60 000 currently active referees worldwide. He joins CQD members Howard Wiseman and David Pegg, who were similarly recognised […]
Imagine walking 7 km every day to collect 15L of safe water for your family. Imagine that you might need to tie up your small children so that they don’t drown in the ponds that surround your village while you are away collecting the water. This type of dilemma is faced by thousands of women […]
CEPH recently developed and launched a set of communication materials that are designed to improve the health of those most affected by heat waves in China.
CEPH’s Deputy Director and Bangladesh Program Leader, Dr Shannon Rutherford, and Bangladesh Program Coordinator Dr Zahir Mohammed Islam visited Dhaka, Bangladesh