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

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

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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Architecture, construction and planning

Experts imagine cities of 2060 at World Science Festival

With Australia’s population set to hit 40 million by 2060, Griffith University cities experts say it is time to get serious about long term planning.
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Arts Education Law

Study to uncover history of racial slurs against Mediterranean migrants

New research into how Mediterranean migrants to Australia embraced and resisted racial stereotyping.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith team awarded Science Magazine top-10 scientific breakthrough of the year

Griffith University archaeologists have been awarded a coveted place in Science magazine’s top-10 scientific breakthroughs of the year for their work on the discovery of the world’s oldest known rock art.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith research boosted by $5.4 million in ARC grants

Griffith University’s commitment to leading research has been recognised again with the Federal Government awarding more than $5.4 million in Australian research Council grants.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith celebrates the first teachers, artists, scientists and healers

2020 NAIDOC Week has been celebrated across Griffith, albeit more virtually than in previous years. 
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Alumni

Digital archaeologist wins national fellowship

Digital archaeologist Andrea Jalandoni has received a national fellowship that will support her pioneering fieldwork around the globe.
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Arts Education Law

Study explores family history amid frontier conflict

Family history, colonial settlement and the complexities of frontier conflict is the focus of a new ARC Special Research Initiative study.
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Arts Education Law

Exploitative hostels sour migrant worker experience

Until hostel accommodation is overhauled, throwing money at the labour crisis on Australian farms is a fruitless effort.
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Arts Education Law

Arnhem Land Maliwawa rock art opens window to past

Stunning Arnhem Land rock art images have been described by researchers in Australian Archaeology.
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Arts Education Law

Tony Hawk’s videogame comes of age for mature skaters

The newly released Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1+2 videogame could help redefine ageing and masculinity in sport.
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Arts Education Law

Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards nominees announced

Due to the impact of COVID-19, the Vice Chancellor’s Research Excellence Awards will be held virtually this year on September 15.
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Alumni

Focus on links between sport and violence prevention: ‘It’s On All Of Us’

Its hoped a webinar bringing together academics, activists, professional athletes and sporting organisations will help drive change in the area of violence prevention.
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Arts Education Law

Advance Queensland Fellowship focuses on building industry resilience

Dr Tristan Casey has been awarded an Advance Queensland Fellowship to help key employment sectors develop resilience amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Arts Education Law

Advance Queensland Fellowships to progress COVID-19 research

Five Griffith University researchers have been awarded Advance Queensland COVID-19 Industry Research Fellowships.
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Arts Education Law

Funding win for archaeology student in new B Arts Honours program

A Griffith archaeological science student, testing new ways to identify where items from collections have come from, has been awarded funding to continue her exciting research.
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