Arts Education Law

How Qld delivered Scott Morrison’s ‘Miracle Election’

Dr Paul Williams analyses Queensland's unique political culture for a new book on the 2019 Australian federal election.
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Alumni

Art graduates selected for national exhibition

Three Queensland College of Art graduates are in the running for a $50,000 prize as part of the Hatched National Graduate Show.
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Life at the Conservatorium

Working with industry mentors while studying a Bachelor of Acting

Ever wondered what it’s like to study a Bachelor of Acting at Queensland Conservatorium? Liam Wallis shares his experience at the Conservatorium, the performance opportunities and working with directors from the industry as part of his degree. Walk us through what a day is like studying at the Con. There aren’t many moments in uni […]
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Arts Education Law

Children on the autism spectrum tell researchers about their strengths– and it may not be what you think

An Australian-first study explores the self-reported best attributes and strengths of 83 children on the autism spectrum.
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Academic Administration

Griffith game changers highlight the impact of COVID-19 on women around the globe

Griffith University game changers spoke at the WOW Global 24 Festival about how COVID-19 has impacted women.
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Alumni

Film graduate wins spot in star-studded mentoring program

Griffith Film School alumnus Henry Boffin has been selected for a mentoring program run by Hollywood power players Ron Howard and Brian Grazer.
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Business and government

Shanghai Ranking declares Griffith Nursing and Midwifery Australia’s best and number 2 globally

Griffith has been ranked number 1 in Australia for Nursing and Midwifery, Hospitality and Tourism Management, and Law (including Criminology) in ShanghaiRanking's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2020.
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Criminology and law

Blockchain property investment proposal needs reboot

South Australia’s proposed bricklet property investment system could be a legal pandora’s box.
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Alumni

Portrait of a pandemic: documenting COVID-19’s impact

Queensland College of Art (QCA) has teamed up with the State Library of Queensland to document the impact of COVID-19 across the state. QCA photography program director Dr Heather Faulkner pulled together a group of accomplished alumni, each tasked with capturing 100 portraits from around Queensland. A snapshot of history in the making The Way […]
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Law Futures Centre

The US does not need a wannabe Lincoln or Churchill, it needs a Leo Amery

Trump likes to see himself as a wartime president like Churchill or Lincoln. The Brits flattered the first proposity by giving him dinner in Churchill’s birthplace, Blenheim Palace. He recently projected the second proposity by having himself interviewed at the Lincoln Memorial. He is not the solution to America’s problems – he is a result […]
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Life at the Conservatorium

Cara Daily’s Experience Studying Percussion

A degree from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University can take you down many career paths. From Eurovision finalists, Kate Miller-Heidke and Dami Im to Tim Davies, who orchestrated the music for La La Land and Frozen, many of the Conservatorium’s graduates have found remarkable success. In this series, we asked students from the Conservatorium to share their […]
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Arts Education Law

New research shows why musicians among the hardest hit by COVID-19

Queensland Conservatorium Research Centre has released the findings of the largest national survey into the working lives of Australian musicians.
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Arts Education Law

Art lecturer turns Zoom superstar during lockdown

Fine art lecturer Bill Platz is teaching the world to draw in a series of popular online workshops at the Queensland Art Gallery.
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Arts Education Law

Award recipients bring Queensland’s past to life

Three Griffith University scholars are shining a light on the state's untold stories after receiving prestigious fellowships at the State Library of Queensland.
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Arts Education Law

Negative bias towards VET threatens skills growth

School students are wasting time and effort pursuing careers based on biased advice says Griffith University study.
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Law Futures Centre

Indigenous Courts, Culture and Partner Violence

My new book, Indigenous Courts, Culture and Partner Violence, published by Palgrave Macmillan in May 2019, considers what aspects of the sentencing process are most important in influencing a change in attitude and behaviour of Indigenous[1] offenders who repeatedly engage in abusive behaviour towards their partner, and what types of justice processes better meet the […]
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Griffith Law School

A Cultural Heritage Stitch Up in WA

Last month, mining giant Rio Tinto destroyed caves in the Juukan Gorge in Western Australia while blasting in the area as part of its mining operations. The caves contained archaeological treasures evidencing human occupation spanning some 46,000 years. As such, they represent globally significant sites far older than Stonehenge and the Pyramids of Egypt. But […]
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Life at the Conservatorium

Studying Flute at the Con

A degree from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University can take you down many career paths. From Eurovision finalists, Kate Miller-Heidke and Dami Im to Tim Davies, who orchestrated the music for La La Land and Frozen, many of the Conservatorium’s graduates have found remarkable success. In this series, we asked students from the Conservatorium to share their […]
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