Arts Education Law

Seeing through someone else’s eyes

If you lost your sight, how would you describe the last thing you saw?
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10 Reduced Inequalities

Why backpackers and seasonal migrants matter to regional Australia

 Griffith research confirms the essential contribution of backpackers and seasonal migrant workers to regional Australia is undervalued.
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Griffith Health

Barriers to accessing to medicinal cannabis

Interest in cannabis-based medicines (CBMs) has increased in Australia, but while recent policy and legislative changes have enabled health practitioners to prescribe CBMs, many patients still struggle to access them.
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Centre for Mental Health

Improving lives of Parents Under Pressure

Families with substance-misusing parents typically experience multiple adversities that can lead to detrimental child outcomes, but a Griffith University-led program has been creating positive change.
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Academic Administration

Triple treat: Griffith celebrates new graduates, new Honorary Doctors and new Chancellor

Five new Honorary Doctorates, 4,904 graduating students and Griffith’s first alumnus Chancellor, Andrew Fraser, have all been acknowledged in ceremonies across Brisbane and the Gold Coast this week. In ceremonies taking place between November 12-15, students received their Bachelor, Masters, and Doctorate degrees across all four academic groups of Arts, Education and Law, Griffith Business […]
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Architecture, construction and planning

Griffith Honours College students awarded New Colombo Plan Scholarships

Eleven Griffith students are headed on overseas adventures after being awarded scholarships to work and study internationally under Australia's New Colombo Plan. 
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Alumni

Australia’s new national anti-corruption body a testament to Griffith research and perseverance

Griffith research has been at the forefront of the development and establishment of Australia's long-awaited National Anti-Corruption Commission
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Arts Education Law

17 ARC Discovery Projects for Griffith researchers in 2023

Griffith University researchers will lead 17 new Discovery Projects across a broad field of knowledge after being awarded over $7.735 million from the Australian Research Council.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith seeks EOI for 2026 Brisbane CBD campus

Griffith University’s new CBD campus is on-track to open in 2026 with expressions of interest being sought from landlords and developers from today.
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Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research

Autonomous vehicle technology provides non-intrusive exploration on Western Pacific Island

Griffith University researchers are using the same technology that helps control automated vehicles and is used in speed cameras to find ancient sites in the Mariana Islands.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith rises to the top of Australia’s research efforts

Griffith named in nation-wide research rankings.
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Arts Education Law

Action and accountability key for Griffith COP27 delegates

Griffith researchers in tourism, climate adaptation and climate science to present key reports and take part in global discussions.
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Arts Education Law

Irene Bartlett: Vocal coach for “Elvis” movie and a three-decade career that has fostered singers across the globe

Irene Bartlett has had a long, illustrious career as a vocal coach, teacher, and mentor to generations of singers across the globe.
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Corporate

Griffith University achieves a stellar outcome for sustainability

Griffith University has been ranked 66th globally in the inaugural QS Sustainability Ranking 2023 including first in Queensland overall, and 6th in Australia for its efforts in sustainability.
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Arts Education Law

A short film with a long name an even longer list of awards

Griffith Film School PhD Student, Lachlan Pendragon has won a prestigious Gold Student Academy Award for his highly creative and hilarious film, An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It. In a ceremony held in Los Angeles, Lachlan proudly accepted the award and now joins the best film makers […]
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Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research

Artificial intelligence not trusted for financial advice

We trust Siri to give us directions, are happy to use a self-checkout at the supermarket, and the introduction of driverless cars is eagerly awaited by many, yet it seems bank customers are not yet ready to accept investment advice from artificial intelligence bots.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith and QPAC partnership brings Queensland’s best talent to Queensland’s best stages

Musical theatre students at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University have never been closer to performing on the professional stage following the announcement of a partnership with QPAC.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith filmmaker selected for prestigious Venice festival

  Associate Professor Peter Hedegus has been selected to premier his film, Sorella’s Story to the world at the prestigious Venice International Film Festival in August. The film explores the story behind a single atrocity photography of a group of women and 11-year-old Sorella, during the Holocaust. Shot in 360° and viewed through a Virtual […]
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