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Scholarship turns struggle into realising potential

The call is out for donations to give students in need a helping hand through Griffith’s Annual Appeal to support the Brighter Futures Scholarship Program. The program is an important initiative which helps fund scholarships for students in need, like Jade Eaves. Jade is the walking embodiment of how a scholarship can help a student […]
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Arts Education Law

Multi-million-dollar donation to transform lives of incarcerated women and families

Mothers in the corrections system will benefit from a Griffith University led pilot project designed to support their wellbeing and social inclusion, thanks to a multi-million-dollar donation. Griffith University’s Professor Susan Dennison, Griffith Criminology Institute and School of Criminology and Criminal Justice, welcomed the generous contribution from the Paul Ramsay Foundation. “Mothers in prison are […]
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Arts Education Law

DV prevention program receives high praise from ACER

Griffith University’s MATE Bystander Program is highly effective in empowering people to actively contribute to eliminating violence and coercive control, an evaluation by the Australian Council for Educational Research has found.
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Arts Education Law

17 ARC Discovery Projects greenlit for Griffith researchers

Researchers have received grants worth over $6.96 million from the Australian Research Council.
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Arts Education Law

Launch of world-first app to combat domestic violence 

Griffith University’s MATE program has developed a world-leading smartphone app designed to help prevent domestic and family violence. 
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Architecture, construction and planning

Stellar six students score New Colombo Plan Scholarships

Six Griffith University undergraduates will spend time overseas learning from our Indo-Pacific neighbours after being named as recipients of the 2022 New Colombo Plan Scholarship.
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Griffith Criminology Institute

Violent media not responsible for aggression

Personality and frustration are better predictors of anger and aggression in the context of media exposure according to a new study.
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Arts Education Law

University academics join Academy of Social Sciences

Professors Sara Davies and Martine Powell have been elected to the Academy of the Social Sciences.
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Arts Education Law

Changemakers discuss ways to prevent domestic violence

Crusaders in the fight against domestic violence shared some uncomfortable truths in a recent online Change event, hosted by Social Marketing @ Griffith.
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Arts Education Law

Philosopher takes the road less travelled

From construction worker and kitchenhand to pinball machine repairman and theatre director, Dr Hugh Breakey hasn’t followed a typical route to academia.
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Alumni

Griffith legal eagles bound for Oxford and Cambridge

A pair of Griffith University law alumni have won postgraduate scholarships to Oxford and Cambridge, where they will study alongside the best legal minds in the world.
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Arts Education Law

Thailand’s war on drugs: Women break bad to escape poverty

New research uncovers why women risk Thailand's tough drug laws.
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Arts Education Law

Griffith subjects secure top spots in 2021 ShanghaiRanking

Griffith has again been recognised as a leader in Nursing and Midwifery education and research, securing second position globally in the prestigious ShanghaiRanking’s Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2021.
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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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Arts Education Law

ARC Linkage Projects success for Griffith University researchers

More than $1.3 million was awarded to Griffith University projects in the Australian Research Council Linkage Project outcomes announced this week.
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Arts Education Law

Gender violence expert appointed to government taskforce

Professor Patrick O'Leary has been appointed to the Women's Safety and Justice Taskforce.
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Arts Education Law

Study into links between traumatic childhood experiences and sexual violence launches

Griffith researchers have commenced an Australian first study into sexually violent behaviour.
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Arts Education Law

Children central to technology-facilitated abuse in domestic violence cases

Children are involved in technology-facilitated abuse in 27 per cent of domestic violence cases, a new report commissioned by eSafety and co-authored by Griffith University researchers reveals.
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