Health communication experts from Croakey, The Institute for Urban Indigenous Health, The Conversation, Griffith Review, have collaborated with Griffith academics to plan the University’s new Health and Science Communication course. The course will explore the frequent tensions and challenges that arise between strategic communicators, journalists, healthcare workers, and scientists in their communication practice with one […]
Gaining international work experience as part of your University degree is much easier than you think! Work-integrated learning opportunities in Italy are on offer to all Griffith students: you can live in Italy with a family, or with other students, and take on the role of English language assistants in a number of Italian schools […]
Griffith Japanese language student, Tyalla Williams, travelled to Sydney to compete in the 50th Anniversary of the Australian Japanese Language Speech Contest Finals. Tyalla was recently named Open Division Grand Champion in the Queensland competition in September. Participants come from all over Queensland to compete in four divisions including high school senior and tertiary students. […]
Griffith University’s Professor John Flood and Dr Monique Lewis took part in the annual Brisbane conference HealthHack in September, pitching a technology solution to support medicinal cannabis prescription. Each year, Health Hack brings together problem owners, developers, and designers for an intensive weekend to create solutions for problems around health. Part of team ‘CannaCare’, Professor […]
Safety Science Innovation Lab academic, Dr Tristan Casey, helped develop and implement a frontline safety leadership program with Teys Australia, which has twice been recognised at the annual National Safety Awards of Excellence: Best Safety Leadership Program Award and the coveted Pinnacle Award for Excellence in WHS. Tristan partnered with Teys Australia as part of […]
Griffith communications graduate, Carey Furze, partners with Google Education after developing an online platform called Bookform.
Griffith university staff and students will rub shoulders with global water experts at next month’s Water Future Conference in Bangalore India. The conference, organised by the Griffith University-based Sustainable Water Future Programme and the Indian Institute of Science, will see the Griffith University’s Australian Rivers Institute and the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science’s the Water […]