The achievements of a group of female Griffith University alumni were recognised in the prestigious Cosmopolitan 2017 Women of the Year Awards
With the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games fast approaching, Emma McKeon is ready to perform when it matters.
Griffith Film School student Claire Randall was in the spotlight when her first film won international acclaim during a whirlwind year on the festival circuit.
As our cities and urban populations continue to grow, Griffith University’s Cities Research Institute is bringing considerable expertise to a challenging issue. Previously the Urban Research Program, the Cities Research Institute launched in May 2017 and is capitalising on knowledge and experience from several disciplines. With around 70 academic members, 35-plus adjunct members and more […]
Griffith University alumnus Emma Dale knows a thing or two about the wild animals wolves, marmots, wild horses, red pandas and bears. Her work has seen here awarded was awarded the prestigious John Monash scholarship to attend the University of Oxford where she will study the behavioural ecology of carnivores with a focus on conservation and preservation.
One of the most significant reforms in Queensland’s parole and probation system might never have occurred were it not for a series of exposés led by journalist and Griffith University graduate Chris McMahon. His efforts led to the introduction of the No Body No Parole law in Queensland.
Each year Philip Reiler and a team of optometrists and support staff travel to Tanzania. Armed with thousands of prescription glasses handed in by Specsavers customers he and the team perform eye tests and hand out glasses to local residents.