Bachelor of Laws / Bachelor of International Business student Candice Noring is fired up ahead of the 2019 Asia Pacific Cities Summit and Mayors’ Forum.
Melissa Georgiou is a current Honours student with Griffith University’s Department of Business Strategy and Innovation (BSI). She is a Fellow of CPA Australia and has over 23 years commercial accounting experience across many industries. Mel took a leap of faith in 2016 and left a secure Executive Management role to study an MBA with […]
Pacific island countries show a unique combination of geographical, biological, cultural and economic characteristics. However, many of the Pacific island countries are extremely vulnerable to climate change. The islands are undergoing rapid urbanisation and the resulting increased population density magnifies the effects of events caused by climate change. Thus, developing a regional strategy for pacific […]
What happens when you bring a group of older residents to mix with young children in childcare? Clapping hands and singing songs is just one way they spend the morning together. These interactions are made possible by intergenerational care programs that have gained popularity in Australia in recent years. Intergenerational care programs provide older adults and children […]
Since arriving in Australia four years ago to commence his PhD in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies at Griffith University, Omid Haass has been an advocate for the Gold Coast as a great city to live and Griffith University as a great place to study. In 2015, he was appointed as a […]
Griffith University is undertaking this research to examine the use of digital technologies in horticulture and provide insight into factors influencing uptake of digital technologies in Australian mango supply chains. This research will assist industry and Government departments design and implement technology solutions targeted to the real needs of the horticulture industry. Given the delicate […]
In last week’s Sustainable Supply Network Management for the Next Decade course, Griffith University lecturer, Mr Omid Haass creatively used building blocks to help students learn about innovation styles. In this interactive game, invented by Omid’s esteemed colleague, Dr Erin Evans, the aim was for students to learn to develop a team, brainstorm, and allocate […]