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 […]
Griffith Journalism student Rosie Ball has been awarded the VAL French AM Bursary for a Student of Journalism from the National Council of Women of QLD Inc. A second-year student, Rosie was recognised for her ambitious career aspirations, involvement in her local community, and commitment to telling a story that creates action. ‘For as long […]
Using social media to promote your business can reap big rewards, but also carries big risk, so you need to be informed to protect yourself and your business. When you use Social media as a marketing tool, you need to be aware of the laws, locally and internationally, as every post you make can have […]
Griffith Islamic-West Relations specialist Associate Professor Halim Rane, gave Criminology students insight into what is happening in the Middle East at a guest lecture, ‘Jihads, Caliphates and Muslim Militant Groups’ recently. Jihads, Caliphates and Muslim Militant Groups goes into the history of the Middle East and how it has evolved over time, giving context to […]
PERAHU (Place, Evolution and Rock Art Heritage Unit) has announced its discovery of the earliest minimum age for a hand stencil, found in the Maros region of Southern Sulawesi, Indonesia. On October 9 2014, PERAHU’s Maxime Aubert and his Australian-Indonesian team published an earth-shattering paper in the prestigious journal Nature, which revealed that the world’s […]
Griffith Journalism students are gearing up to provide coverage of the G20 Leaders summit in Brisbane next month.
Rock art plays an important role in recording history, which otherwise would not be recoverable, according to Griffith’s Place, Evolution, Rock Art Heritage Unit (PERAHU) Director Professor Paul Taçon. Indigenous peoples in many parts of the world were fascinated by the transport that brought new groups to their traditional lands. At rock art sites and […]