Arts Education Law

Philippines cave art becomes first directly dated in Southeast Asia

Griffith led research has carbon dated cave art found in an archaeological hotspot the Peñablanca Caves.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith University researchers develop vaccine for human babesiosis

Griffith University researchers have developed a new vaccine in pre-clinical studies to treat human babesiosis, a tick-transmitted disease closely related to malaria.
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Arts Education Law

Climate change could erase ancient Indonesian cave art

Findings indicate deterioration of globally significant artworks accelerating in step with climate change. 
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Alumni

Music alumni lead Australia’s biggest vocal ensemble

A pair of Griffith alumni are leading the country’s largest ever vocal ensemble - using the power of song to connect communities isolated by COVID.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith partners with QCS to shed light on incarceration

The Griffith Criminology Institute will partner with Queensland Corrective Services (QCS) to analyse data on incarceration in Queensland.
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Griffith Law School

Reviewing literature: Convention on Biological Diversity

The United Nations’ Convention on Biological Diversity is the most important global agreement for conservation and arose in response to declines in biodiversity due to human activities.
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Alumni

Emerging artist selected for national showcase

Recent QCA graduate Renee Kire is in the running for Australia’s most significant prize for emerging artists. 
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Arts Education Law

Focus on the place of phonics at Creating Futures Summit

Education experts will debate the controversial place of phonics in the teaching of reading at this year’s Creating Futures Summit, hosted by Griffith’s School of Education and Professional Studies.
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Alumni

Six Griffith affiliates named Fulbright scholars

Prestigious Fulbright scholarships have been awarded to six talented members of the Griffith University community.
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Arts Education Law

Global showcase for Griffith pop music student

Michelle Obama will showcase a song written by Griffith University popular music student Cat Gallagher as part of a campaign to encourage young people to attend university.
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Alumni

Creating cultural connections through art and medicine

QCA graduate Marianne Wobcke has received an Australia Council Award for her pioneering work using art to create culturally safe birth practices.
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Arts Education Law

Meet the AFLW champion juggling sport and study 

Bachelor of Education student Taylor Smith is juggling a career in the AFLW with her studies at Griffith.
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Alumni

Music alumnus creates festival for homegrown talent

Queensland Conservatorium alumnus Alex Raineri created an epic 12-month festival to showcase Brisbane's musical talent.
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Griffith Law School

An analysis of Carl Schmitt and The Buribunks

Quantitative and qualitative legal research: analysing The Buribunks.
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Griffith Law School

Constitutionally Enshrined Voice to Parliament Fills Institutional Gap

This post has been contributed by Associate Professor Kate Galloway, member of the Law Futures Centre and Dr Dani Larkin (Bundjalung), Director of the Indigenous Law Centre at University of New South Wales.
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Arts Education Law

The healing power of song

Griffith student Jenna Robertson is producing an opera about devastating bushfires that ripped through the Gold Coast hinterland in 2019.
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Law Futures Centre

2020: Forging students’ professional identity and assisting the community

This post has been contributed by Professor Brett Freudenberg, member of the Law Futures Centre. In April 2021, Griffith University secured $100,000 in federal funding to continue the Griffith Tax Clinic. This is the third year of funding, which in part represents the ability of the tax clinic to continue to deliver services to the […]
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Griffith Law School

NDIS: implementation or impairment

Experts say the implementation and development of the NDIS are going to pose greater challenges than its conception.
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