Arts Education Law

Saving lives in Mongolia one road at a time

A Griffith University research team led by Dr Hamish McLean is changing the way Mongolia deals with medical emergencies.
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Alumni

Design graduate rockets up the bestseller list

Griffith design alumnus Andrew Kolb is carving out a successful career as an author, artist and illustrator, collaborating on exciting new projects with Marvel and Pixar.
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Alumni

Recipe for success: film grads debut series on SBS

Food, family and film are on the menu for a pair of Griffith grads whose debut documentary series screens on SBS this weekend.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith Law School welcomes Judge Bradley Farr SC for a week

The Honourable Judge Bradley Farr SC from the District Court of Queensland recently visited Griffith Law School thanks to the unique Judge-in-Residence program.
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Law Futures Centre

‘One Ocean’ Symposium for United Nations Treaty Negotiations

By Fran Humphries Law Futures Centre More than 60% of the world’s ocean biodiversity is legally unprotected. These are the areas beyond national jurisdiction, which include life in the high seas (international waters) and in the ocean floor below the high seas water column. In August 2019, the United Nations held its third negotiating session […]
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Business and government

Former PM Rudd warns Australia-China relationship must stay positive

Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd AC warned of the importance of a positive Australia-China relationship at a Griffith University public lecture on Wednesday night.
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Law Futures Centre

The threats and promises of multidimensional legitimacy

By Dr Hugh Breakey Senior Research Fellow Institute for Ethics, Governance and Law, Griffith Law School ‘Multidimensional legitimacy’ is the idea that there are an array of distinct dimensions on which an institution (or instrument like a law or code) might gain or lose legitimacy. In my recent writings on the subject, I’ve focused on […]
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Alumni

Our Outstanding Alumni Award winners

A former carpenter turned remote medico and founder of not-for-profit organisation ‘The Hands of Rescue’ (THOR) has been recognised with this year’s Outstanding Alumnus Award.
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Arts Education Law

Rendering criminal trials in visual art

Queensland College of Art’s Dr Julie Fragar is taking a fine art lens to criminal justice with her work Next Witness.
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Law Futures Centre

Strengthening the Character Visa Cancellation Power – Overkill?

By Emma Robinson Griffith Law School Visa cancellation on character grounds regularly makes the headlines and has done so for many years. Section 501 of the Migration Act 1958 (Cth) contains a discretionary and mandatory power to cancel a visa where a visa holder has failed the so-called character test. Various amendments over the years have […]
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Arts Education Law

From Griffith to Google partner

Griffith communications graduate, Carey Furze, partners with Google Education after developing an online platform called Bookform.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith film student sells documentary to ABC TV

ABC TV will screen a new documentary by Griffith Film School Masters student Jaina Kalifa - a career milestone for the emerging filmmaker.
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Alumni

It’s opera…with a twist

Reality bites when Mozart meets Married at First Sight - this is opera like you've never seen it before.
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Alumni

Griffith grad to become the first Fellow in Education of St John’s College, Cambridge University

Dr Morag Morrison-Helme will be inaugurated as a Fellow of St John's College at Cambridge University in October.
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Alumni

Scholarships allow piano alumni to take their place on the world stage

Talented piano alumni are able to continue their studies overseas thanks to a host of generous scholarships from Griffith.
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Arts Education Law

Animating country

Griffith Film School students collaborated with Indigenous Elders on a stop-motion animated film as part of the Vision Splendid Outback Film Festival at Winton.
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Arts Education Law

Aussie 7s star Demi Hayes returns to represent Griffith Uni

Australian 7s squad member and Griffith student Demi Hayes is one of three Aussie players allocated to this year's Griffith Uni 7s.
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Arts Education Law

Indigenous early career researcher awarded John Mulvaney Fellowship

Griffith University Indigenous Studies lecturer Dr Harry Van Issum is the recipient of the inaugural John Mulvaney Fellowship, awarded to an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander early career researcher to undertake research or fieldwork in Australia or overseas. Dr Van Issum will travel to the UK to assist in the repatriation of Woppaburra skeletal remains […]
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