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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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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School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science

Cleveland kindy’s small Griffith gift a big life-saving help

It may be small but it is a vital tool for treating sick children.
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Arts Education Law

Award-winning research uses power of sound to preserve waterways

A Griffith researcher who harnessed the power of sound to help preserve the planet's waterways has been recognised at the APRA Art Music Awards.
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Griffith nominated for sustainability awards

A student-led recyclable art project and an socially responsible MBA program have been selected as finalists in the 2019 Green Gown Awards Australasia.
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Screenwriting duo nominated for national award

Griffith Film School alumni Katherine Chediak Putnam and Dean Law have been nominated for a prestigious Australian Writers' Guild Award (AWGIE).
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Griffith staff and students join global charge on water security

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 […]
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First Nations scholar wins prestigious award

First Nations Griffith University researcher Dr Debbie Bargallie has been named the 2019 winner of the prestigious Stanner Award for her analysis of racism in The Australian Public Service.
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Researcher skates into Swedish conference

A Griffith University research fellow will carve her way into an international skateboarding conference this week.
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Alumni

Griffith artists in the spotlight at TRACE

Queensland College of Art alumni and lecturers feature prominently in this year's TRACE exhibition.
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Experience Design (XD) innovation

Griffith hosts the inaugural International Conference of Experience Design, Innovation and Entrepreneurship (XD2019) on the Gold Coast this week.
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Singapore national awards for Master of Training and Development graduates

Two Singaporean Griffith Education graduates have been recognised in Singapore’s national Skillsfuture award program. Master of Training and Development (offshore) graduate Colonel Sng Hock Lin received the Exemplary SkillsFuture Award for his work on Public Sector Transformation. Colonel Lin was responsible for the transformation of the Army Logistics Training Institute (ALTI) Singapore, to a future-ready […]
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Practical experience the key for Griffith Journalism student

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 […]
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Art students inspired by Italian grand tour

Griffith fine art students visited the Venice Biennale and went behind the scenes at the world's best galleries during a recent three-week study trip to Italy.
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Les Misérables opens at Queensland Conservatorium

Griffith’s epic new production of Les Misérables opens tonight. The show features a cast of 80 students, two orchestras and more than 300 costumes over 12 epic performances.
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Creative conference celebrates a love of letters

Griffith University will host a creative conference that focuses on the art of typography.
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Melissa ‘miles’ ahead with major literary award

Nearly two decades ago, Melissa Lucashenko was a delivery driver in Brisbane’s northern outskirts. Today, the Griffith graduate and Griffith Review contributor is a recipient of Australia’s most prestigious literary prize – the Miles Franklin Award. ‘Too Much Lip’ is Lucashenko’s sixth title of contemporary Aboriginal life. It centres on a character named Kerry Salter, […]
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Alumni

Meet the Griffith grad breaking down musical barriers

Griffith alumnus Monique Clare's musical journey has taken her on some unexpected twist and turns, from teaching in Afghanistan to playing alongside Eminem.
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